The end of the beggining of the end.
GameStick have launched a video to show off what the portable console can do and how the dashboard works, as well as what games we'll have to look forward to.
Believe it or not, as much as I think Microsoft have wandered off their original path like a stoned Little Red Riding Hood attempting to make it to Grandma's cottage without anyone noticing she has eyes like moonpies, there was once a time that I was very much in love with the Xbox 360.
The wrestling world is no stranger to surrealism, yet, after all these years, WWE fans still have a way of surprising us when we least expect it.
The world of videogames is an industry built upon copy-cat culture. Once a unique idea becomes popular, said idea is bled dry until only those willing to put their own spin on it remain.
Hot off the heels that Thomas Was Alone will be launching April, 24, on the PlayStation Network –free for PS Plus subscribers – comes more news that sure to excite every fan of the rectangular puzzle-‘em-up.
Picture this: You’re on a train, and some bellend nicks stuff from your bag. You’d be pissed, right? Now imagine if said bag contained the latest Roxio capture card. You’d be doubley pissed.
I’ve often heard it said that “the best lessons are the ones you learn by yourself”. If I’ve made up that saying, and no one notices, then I want to make 2 things perfectly clear from the outset: Firstly I’m copyrighting that phrase to make my millions, and secondly it’s clear not enough people have played Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate.
D-d-d-danger, watch behind you - there's a stranger out to find you. What to do? Just grab onto some Duck Tales, oo-oo!
How many good games can you name on PS Move? Well, there’s Wonderbook, and, errm, that other one. What’s it called? Oh, that’s right, there isn’t one.
Lara Croft is the face of a generation. When the first Tomb Raider launched in 1996, the wank-fantasy aimed at pre-pubescent male gamers, became an icon for females the world over. Here was a main character who wasn’t a trophy for plumbers and turtles to battle over. She was an independent woman who kicked ass and didn’t need a supporting male character to tell her what to do. She stood on her own two feet and defied the usual tropes that came with being a lead character in an action game. The 90s were an era of ‘Girl Power,’ and Miss Croft was gaming’s answer to the Spice Girls.