Another year, another Steam Summer Sale. Whilst you may already own all the classics on Steam there are always some new gems to find for pennies in the sale.
By: Imran Chaudhry With E3 less than a week away we look at our favourite confirmed games to be showcased at E3 so far. Assassin’s Creed Odyssey It comes as no surprise that Ubisoft have another new game under their belt, potentially to be released in this current fiscal year. Assassin’s Creed Odyssey was shrouded in leaks, and not long […]
By: Imran Chaudhry Video games are becoming more and more prominent in the everyday life of anyone who uses technology, which today is pretty much everyone. However, one (of the many) places the gaming industry has neglected is providing accessibility to those with disabilities who love games. Console controllers have become more and more similar and follow a uniform design […]
By: Imran Chaudhry Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle has to be one of the best surprise hits last year, with its whacky Ubisoft staple Rabbids and Nintendo’s beloved Mario gang, nobody expected this game to really hit home or even work for that matter. However, despite the leak that occurred pre-2017 E3 revealing a lot of promotional images of the […]
Video Transcript: Hey guys this is Imran from JenChau here today to look at the hottest new game trailer in the gaming world, Atomic Heart. Seemingly coming out of nowhere developer Munfish have dropped a trailer for their new big 2018 title, Atomic Heart. So, what is Atomic Heart about? You’ll play as agent P-3 who is trying to find […]
What is Days Gone? Do we have a survival horror game? Is it narrative driven and how does this fit with a vastly open world? In this article we will go over what we know so far, how we feel about this game and how excited we are to play this title.
After weeks of rumours, with some even becoming sceptics, Spyro is back and in a big way. It seems that Crash Bandicoot N’Sane Trilogy has set a benchmark for the remaster of older games. Bringing a complete graphic overhaul Vicarious Visions brought the classic trilogy into today’s realm of high quality games. Activision, the same publisher behind Crash’s remaster, have […]
By: Imran Chaudhry This new year has started off a little quieter than 2017, marking a few first anniversaries for the Switch, Zelda, Horizon and so on. However, that’s not to say Q1 of 2018 is lacklustre. A few gems have already been released such as Monster Hunter World and the Shadow of the Colossus remaster, but Q1 into Q2 […]
By: Imran Chaudhry Polygon wrote a very lengthy piece on Microsoft ever growing problem, game exclusivity, a few days ago and one very interesting piece of taken from this article is the potential acquisition rumours floating around the world of Xbox One. It stated that the most recent acquisition rumours they heard ‘from a reliable source close to Microsoft’ was […]
By: Imran Chaudhry Dishonored 2 was released almost a year ago to critical acclaim, making the Dishonored franchise one of the most successful stealth IPs of the decade. With the impressive supply of DLC for the first game, it’s no surprise Dishonored 2 would get some DLC. However, instead of traditional DLC within the game, we’ve gotten a standalone adventure […]
It’s been a busy few days with the last of 2017 drawing this year to a close, which means the gaming Oscar’s has been! Unlike the Oscar’s, The Game Awards isn’t just an event set up to celebrate the last year of gaming triumph and innovation, but also debuts footage and trailers for future releases, celebrating what is to come. A quick congratulation to all those games which won an award, which were nominated and which spent hours of developer life to even see the light of day this year. With such a remarkable year for gaming, probably the best yet, competition was tough. Games such as The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Horizon Zero Dawn, Nier: Automata […]
By: Imran Chaudhry Personally, I loved the EA reboot of Battlefront back in 2015; despite all its flaws, it was hours upon hours of fun using both online and local multiplayer features. However, I do agree with most people when I say that EA made a mistake in adding lots of content in paid packages, demanding more money from you […]
By: Imran Chaudhry Today the long-awaited Assassin’s Creed Origins releases worldwide, bringing Bayek’s story to the masses. With a rocky few years for Ubisoft’s IP Assassin’s Creed, Origins sees a complete revamp in the series, with an overhauled combat system, new eagle vision and viewpoints kept to a minimum. Origins tells the story of Bayek, the last Medjay in a […]
By: Ryan Jenkins & Imran Chaudhry August has kicked off with a great week for gaming, from AAA standard indie releases to free weekends and Switch news. In this week’s 8-bits of news we cover Ninja Theory’s latest release Hellblade, Nintendo developments and more Middle-Earth let downs. 1. Shadow of War Micro Transactions In the build up to the (delayed) release […]
By: Imran Chaudhry Remember back when the image for Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle leaked and everyone thought it was an elaborate joke? Well this game has to be the biggest turn around in recent gaming history, going from a laughable leak to one of the most anticipated Nintendo Switch games of the year. Not only did the […]
By: Imran Chaudhry IGN have released a detailed story on the much anticipated game, Hunt: Showdown and it’s development over the last three years. Here we break down the short documentary and talk about where the game currently stands. Back in 2014, Hunt: Horror’s of the Gilded Age was first shown at E3, an exciting new […]