New PUBG Map Images

21st November 2017

This looks dope. Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds has had but one map since its release earlier this year. Everyone is now familiar with the locations, the best hiding spots and where to get the best loot. However, that is soon to change, we know that the next map will be desert themed, filled with ruins, a […]

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‘Honest Gaming’ From CDPR

20th November 2017

If there were ever a company I would hold up like Simba at the start of The Lion King, it would most certainly be CD Projekt Red. Their track record of stellar games is something to be commended, being one of the few publishers, fortunately, to keep their games apart from the most recent ‘games-as-a-service’ […]

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Pikachu Movie Lead Confirmed

19th November 2017

The upcoming live-action Pokémon movie, Detective Pikachu has its first confirmed cast member. It was reported by Variety that Justice Smith will star in the movie. Smith was in the Netflix drama The Get Down which was cancelled after just one season, unfortunately. He has also been picked up for a role in the next […]

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Big Meets Bigger

16th November 2017

Well, this came out of nowhere. The first of the three upcoming releases starring Dwayne Johnson will be video game adaption Rampage. Based on the 1980s games where you would play as a giant monster destroying buildings, the movie was penned by Carlton Cuse and Ryan Engle, with San Andreas director Brad Payton collaborating once […]

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T-Marvel Heroes Game Shutting Down

16th November 2017

The official Twitter account for Marvel Heroes has announced its upcoming closer, following the end of its business arrangement with Gazillion Entertainment. The game came about in 2013 and is a Diablo-style dungeon crawler, with a huge amount of heroes to play as. The free-to-play model was generally praised, allowing you to earn in-game currency […]

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Charts and That

14th November 2017

Yep, another week, another loot crate full of charts and numbers and what not. Ha ha loot box joke, how topical. Let’s start with games. Call of Duty WW2 has another week at the top spot, what with its multiplayer and campaign and such. Reviews were meh, with many complaining of the modern industry practices, […]

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Electronic Arts are Still Trash

13th November 2017

EA is gearing up for one of the biggest releases of the year, the shooter Star Wars Battlefront 2. The game drops on the 17th November, for all major platforms, but the buzz for the game has come to a sudden, if not expected halt. Morons. When we played the beta a few weeks ago there […]

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PS4 Getting Stranger Things Game?

10th November 2017

The newest season of the cult classic Stranger Things dropped last month, which I’m sure many of you have probably burned through already. Well, if you happen to be one of the seven people who bought PS4’s VR system, you might be in for another trip to The Upside Down. The PS4 official YouTube page […]

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New Siege Map Revealed

9th November 2017

After a few leaks here and there, Ubisoft has officially announced the upcoming map for the next season of Rainbow Six: Siege. The popular 5v5 game has garnered quite a bit of a following since its launch in 2015. It looks interesting, to say the least, featuring several levels, nook and crannies, perfect for hiding, […]

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Charts and That

9th November 2017

Look, I know it’s a little late but shut up it’s been a long week. Yes, I know it’s only Thursday, but still. Let’s have a look at what’s topping the charts this week! First up, films. We have a new entry at the top spot, with Murder on the Orient Express overtaking Thor: Ragnarok. […]

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Layoffs Hit Telltale Games

8th November 2017

The developers behind Batman: A Telltale Series and The Walking Dead have seen significant layoffs, with up to 25% of its employees being laid off, which equates to about 90 people. This is part of a ‘comprehensive company restructuring’. Individuals have not been named, but the layoffs have impacted ‘all divisions’ and are effective as […]

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Injustice 2 Beta Arrives

8th November 2017

Yep, you heard that right. After a few weeks ago, we had a little bit of confusion as to when it would be getting here, but yes, you can now thrash, bash, fight, and super your way through the online beta of NetherRealm’s Injustice 2. I played it a few months ago on the Xbox […]

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BlizzCon 2017 Roundup

7th November 2017

Simply to save time, we’re going to have a look at the biggest stuff from Blizz-Con 2017 right here. Right, let’s get stuck in at the deep end with World of Warcraft. The massively multiplayer online (MMO) game is getting a new expansion. This is the seventh expansion the game will have received in over […]

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Horizon: Zero Dawn DLC Estimated Playtime

6th November 2017

The first DLC for Horizon: Zero Dawn will be dropping tomorrow, on PS4. It comes with a new wealth of story, quests, errands, weapons, armour, characters and even a new skill tree. The game add-on is said to be around 12 hours in length but could take anywhere from 10-20 hours depending on your starting […]

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Call of Duty: WWII Review Roundup

6th November 2017

Two of these in one month, huh? What can I say? A lot of games came out this month. But none are larger than a Call of Duty title. But while critics may be raving about the thing, Steam reviews are bashing it for being a terrible port and for the game failing to feel […]

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Movies (And Other Stuff) This Month

3rd November 2017

Wow, November already? Look, considering there are only one or two movies coming out this month worth mentioning, we’re going to pad the article a bit with some other stuff. Movies first though, but while the pickings may be slim, hopefully, this should help with the weight of things. While the newest Thor may have […]

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PUBG Desert Map Coming in December

1st November 2017

The developers of 2017’s most popular game PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds announced it would be leaving Early Access this December. ‘Late December’ to be more exact. This release will coincide with the release of the Xbox One version of the game on 12th December, which will include the much-anticipated vaulting system, which is coming to the test […]

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Charts and That

31st October 2017

A little late on a Tuesday but hey, Windows updates wait for no man. So, what’s popular this Hallow Eve? Well, starting with games, Ubisoft’s Assassin’s Creed Origins has stomped the competition, coming in top place in the top ten. The game got decent review scores, with people praising its attempt at going in a […]

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Game News Galore

31st October 2017

This week was the PS4 Paris Games Week, which has already shown off a lot of stuff. From the reveal of the first DLC for Destiny 2 to what we’re about to show you now. We’ve seen The Last of Us 2 get another trailer, the Monster Hunter World beta get a date and when […]

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Destiny 2 First DLC Revealed

31st October 2017

As part of Sony’s Paris Games Week, the company has revealed the first Destiny 2 expansion. It is called Curse of Osiris and centres around the planet Mercury. The trailer is voiced over by Ikora, the head of the Warlocks in the game who speaks to the player’s Guardian, their guide essentially to reveal that […]

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Football Manager Has Gay Players

30th October 2017

Launching on 10th November, Football Manager 2018 will become the first game of its kind to see in-game players be able to come out as gay. The developer, Sports Interactive, didn’t so much as announce the news, but the beta came out and fans noticed messages like this: This move is of note, as there […]

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Wolfenstein is Apparently Very Good

27th October 2017

One of the many major games releasing this month is Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus. We covered it a few times, from its first trailer at E3 this year, to the ‘controversial’ marketing campaign it led. The game will see the return of The New Order protagonist, BJ Blaskowicz, going back to America, to liberate […]

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Destiny 2 Launches on PC

26th October 2017

For the first time this year, it would seem, we’re reporting on a decent port of a game. Destiny 2 looked pretty good on consoles. The art direction was solid, but nothing can beat 60FPS running at 4K can it? It looks incredible, with reviews being decent too, this may be one to stick on […]

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Injustice 2 Coming to PC

26th October 2017

Good news for PC users who are into fighting games, the critically acclaimed Injustice 2 is coming to PC very soon. The port will be done by Polish studio QLOC, which was also responsible for porting Mortal Kombat XL. A report had come out, that falsely said the beta for the port would be out […]

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Charts and That

24th October 2017

Yes, another Tuesday rolls around, another big old list of stuff. Let’s get to it, shall we? Movies this week, Blade Runner is back on top, in its third week in the top ten. Following behind is Geostorm and The Lego Ninjago Movie. Have a look. *Spoiler* Geostorm is bloody terrible. Blade Runner 2049 – £1,791,027 […]

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Warframe Goes Open World!

19th October 2017

Yes, after a little bit of waiting, Warframe’s big update, adding new weapons and a massive open world level is finally here. Titled ‘The Plains of Eidolon’, this update is the biggest yet, adding a huge new landscape filled with missions, enemies, old and new. Up to 50 players can get together on a map […]

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EA Shuts Down Visceral

18th October 2017

Electronic Arts, games developer and publisher, has shut down one of its oldest studios. EA revealed earlier this morning it had closed Visceral Games, who worked on some huge titles back in the day. As well as this, the single player Star Wars game the company was working on, will be overhauled and moved to […]

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Charts and That

17th October 2017

Yes, it’s another week of charts and such, where we show you how the most popular pieces of media are doing. From Blade Runner to some new blood in games, let’s take a look. To start, we’re looking at movies! The Lego Ninjago Movie is doing pretty dang well it would seem, sitting atop the […]

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There is Only One Side

17th October 2017

Let’s cut to the chase, shall we? Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus is a game about shooting, stabbing, hurting, burning and destroying Nazis and their relative regimes. If this offends you, developer Bethesda has a simple message for you. There is only one side. #NoMoreNazis #Wolf2 pic.twitter.com/7Ctu265Mus — Wolfenstein (@wolfenstein) October 15, 2017 This new […]

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Cheaters Being Sued by Epic

13th October 2017

Epic Games is reportedly suing two Fortnite players on the grounds of cheating and for violating the game’s terms of service. TorrentFreak has been issued with legal complaints in North Carolina against the two individuals. Documents claim that the players were ‘modifying and changing the game’s code, committing copyright infringement in the process.’ Epic warned […]

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Battlefront 2 (2017) Beta Thoughts

11th October 2017

It’s a sordid love affair Battlefront and I have. While the first game (2015) left a bitter taste in my mouth, this next one could be something worth looking at. A number of changes and tweaking are to be commended, so let’s jump in, shall we? We’ll start with the most important aspect, gameplay. While […]

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Charts and That

10th October 2017

It’s a Tuesday? What? I thought this was on Mondays? Well, we decided to switch it up, given that the UK box office numbers are released on a Tuesday. So here you go. We’ll start with movies this week. Blade Runner 2049 is leading the charge this week, seeing the return of Harrison Ford and […]

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Call of Duty WW2 Impressions

8th October 2017

Oh, where to start? I have to be honest, I wasn’t confident going into this. Call of Duty WW2 looked like it could change the meta of how the games were played. How they were received, putting a focus on infantry battle, grouping together to form one tight unit and try to take the win. […]

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Cuphead Review Roundup

3rd October 2017

After three years of waiting, Studio MDHR’s action platformer has finally been released and to no one’s surprise, it’s pretty dang good. Have a look at what people are saying: Gamespot – It’s also an intense action game that pulls no punches. It could benefit from a few tweaks, and two-player co-op doesn’t feel like […]

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Are You Returning to Lordran?

3rd October 2017

The annual event for Dark Souls ‘Return to Lordran’, kicks off this week. The community event will last all month, repopulating the game with summon signs, invasions and funny or misleading messages. The event kicks off tomorrow on 4th October, and the Reddit page had a list of potential co-op challenges and speed runs. The […]

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Charts and That

2nd October 2017

You know the deal by now, it’s a Monday, which means we take the time to facilitate all your chart related needs. Let’s have a look at what games, music and movies have been selling this week. First, we’re looking at games, where EA’s FIFA 18 has dominated over the weekend, outselling Destiny 2. FIFA […]

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Charity DLC Free for Everyone

28th September 2017

We haven’t touched on this simply due to the chaos behind the original story but we’ll keep it brief. Basically Warner Bros. Interactive are the worst. They took the much-anticipated Shadow of War game and turned into a cash cow, pumping it full of microtransactions, pre-order bonuses and perhaps worst of all, charity DLC. The […]

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Fortnite Update Drops Tomorrow

25th September 2017

The anticipated Battle Royal mode for Epic Games’ looter-shooter-base-builder game Fortnite comes out tomorrow, amid flak from developer Bluehole. Bluehole is the developer behind PlayerUknown’s Battlegrounds, the runaway hit on Steam, that recently saw 1.5 million players online. Bluehole developer Chang Han Kim said that the studio was contemplating further action, due to the ‘many […]

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Charts and That

25th September 2017

IT moves down from the top spot in the box office charts to make way for Kingsman and Destiny 2 is still sitting pretty at the top of the games list and Sam Smith has made it to number one with his newest record Too Good at Goodbyes. Have a look-see why don’t you? Let’s […]

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RE7 Free DLC Coming December

21st September 2017

Finally! Yes, ladies and gentlemen the DLC we were promised in spring 2017, is finally coming out on 12th December. You will play as Chris Redfield, Resident Evil veteran, as you explore the undergrowth of the house that ensnared Ethan and his wife Mia in the main game. The DLC will be free and was […]

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Could the Tomb Raider Movie Work?

21st September 2017

There’s a curse on video-game to movie adaptions. Something doesn’t quite translate. The Assassin’s Creed movie was a jumbled mess of a film, butchering an IP that many people loved. It handled the lore and the premise as well as I handle my anxiety. Poorly. We have other movies from video-games like DOOM and Prince […]

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PUBG Sets Record for Most Players

18th September 2017

Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds has completely surprised us all. It started relatively small time with a few people streaming in in its earliest stages, but the momentum behind it has been unstoppable. It has now been confirmed that it is the most played game on Steam ever, with a record of 1,348,374 players. This beats Valve’s […]

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Charts and That

18th September 2017

Hello, there and welcome back to our weekly chart segment! The charts have changed! Somewhat! Let’s look at games first this time. Some stuff has changed with some new contenders: Destiny 2 NBA 2K18 Pro Evolution Soccer 2018 Fallout 4 Uncharted: Lost Legacy Dishonored: Death of the Outsider Grand Theft Auto V Metroid: Samus Returns […]

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Nintendo Direct: Mario Got Topless

15th September 2017

That is not something I ever thought I’d say. A new trailer for the upcoming Super Mario Odyssey came out at the Nintendo Direct briefing. That is sort of newsworthy by itself. It’s one of the biggest Mario titles in a while and a bunch of people are excited to play it. The crux of […]

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Destiny 2 Passes 1M Players

12th September 2017

Looks like that trailer wasn’t just for show, huh? Bungie’s looter-shooter Destiny 2 has been crushing it this past week. From the strong slate of positive reviews to its now recorded 1.2 million concurrent users over PS4 and Xbox One. The developer reported the number on Twitter, which is very impressive for a game that’s […]

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Here We Go Again

11th September 2017

*THERE WILL BE UNCOMFORTABLE WORDS USED IN THIS ARTICLE. REALLY SORRY* Straight up, I couldn’t sleep over the thought of people defending this absolute nonsense. So here are the facts. Literally, not 24 hours ago, famous YouTuber PewDiePie (Felix Kjellberg) dropped the N bomb on stream. Everyone is obviously upset, or outraged, or annoyed etc. […]

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Charts And That

11th September 2017

Yes, ladies and jellyfish, another weekend has gone and while it’s been a hectic weekend for the likes of Florida, what with the three hurricanes and what not, it’s been a pretty neat weekend for charts. It was released in cinemas and is doing surprisingly well. Have a look, my dudes. It – $117,150,000 Home […]

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Could PUBG Reach 100m Users?

9th September 2017

Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds has been the runaway success of 2017. Created by Brendan Greene, who worked on the battle royal mods for Arma III, his game has sold over 10 million copies on PC, with a concurrent player base that beat out Dota 2. It’s incredible that a game that came out of nowhere, with […]

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Rainbow Six Siege Update

5th September 2017

Here’s what it does. Ubisoft’s prodigal son Rainbow Six Siege will receive its biggest update yet, Operation Blood Orchid. This will include operator improvements in how they play as well as the games lighting system. While it’s not a massive change in how the game is played, it will change how the game is presented. […]

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Witcher 10 Year Anniversary

5th September 2017

2007 was a different time. A time of new games, weird ideas and the first Witcher game. Yes, Geralt of Rivia first appeared on PC 10 years ago and CD Projekt Red have a rather lovely little message for all the players that stuck by them, coming from the White Wolf himself. In the short […]

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