The launch line up for Xbox One has finally been confirmed, so no more speculating whether Ghosts or Battlefield 4 will be available from day one, now all we need is that all important launch date!
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Cliff Bleszinski is back, at least sort of.
Since departing Epic Games after working there for more than 20 years, Bleszinski took a “much-needed break” shortly before visiting the offices... Continue Reading »
Every time we boot into one of those austere blemishes of mediocrity known as a ‘first person shooter multiplayer’, we are affronted with the glories of the sniper rifle. Call of Duty, Battlefield,... Continue Reading »
Remember that one game trailer that tickled you, had you on the edge of your seat and discussing a game with your friends for two months? Remember when that game sucked? That’s because of a little issue... Continue Reading »
Halo 4’s Forward Unto Dawn series was hugely popular amongst fans, the production was fantastic, it was expertly crafted, told a great story and certainly helped the hype machine gather speed through... Continue Reading »
United Front Games’ excellent open-world cop ’em up Sleeping Dogs is back in pole position, with a bit of a rejig causing last week’s first placer to fall out of the top five altogether.... Continue Reading »
Medal of Honor: Warfighter is shaping up to be one of the most realistic shooters on the market, with expert consultation from real-world Tier 1 Operatives shaping the direction of the game.
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Sleeping Dogs enters the charts at number one this week, sadly knocking London 2012 down into third and LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes into fourth. LEGO Harry Potter: Years 5-7 makes a surprise leap from... Continue Reading »
If you had any doubts about visiting the Eurogamer Expo at Earl’s Court next month then we defy any self-respecting gamer to resist booking a ticket now that Electronic Arts have announced their... Continue Reading »
God bless Gamescom, as Dead Space 3 gets a rather tasty little trailer showing that Isaac Clarke’s threequel has lost none of its sheer gut-wrenching terror and creepy necromorph-itis.
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Although the games are now (sadly) over, the official video game is still flying high at the top of the UK Chart, with LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes staunchly holding onto second place. Speaking of DC’s... Continue Reading »
If you’ve ever been stuck on a train staring at your mobile device thinking “I wish could tweak my Battlefield 3 loadout” then prepare to get happy, as DICE have announced that they’ve... Continue Reading »
Team GB are smashing it at the moment, so it seems only fitting that us gamers keep the Olympic spirit bubbling by giving Sega Studios Australia’s London 2012 title a second week at the top of the... Continue Reading »
The official game of the London 2012 olympiad has stormed forth into the UK Chart top spot this week, bringing LEGO Batman 2‘s five-week reign to an abrupt end. We should’ve seen it coming... Continue Reading »
The blocky Bat-Man is doing rather well keeping hold of the UK Chart top spot for his fifth week in a row – quite an achievement, seeing as most games can only handle a week or two in first at best... Continue Reading »
The top three games in this week’s UK Chart keep hold of their positions for another week, with LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes celebrating its fourth week in a row in pole position. The Dead Island... Continue Reading »
Batman and Co cling tenaciously to the top of the chart for the third week in a row, fighting off competition from London 2012: The Official Video Game (second place) and the Dead Island: GOTY Edition... Continue Reading »
That sneaky little block of a Bat manages to hold on to the UK Chart Number One this week, thwarting the Marvel Spider’s best attempts at a week one top spot entry. Spec Ops: The Line and London... Continue Reading »