…Diablo + Marvel = ???
This coming Tuesday marks the release of the PS4 version of Marvel Heroes Omega (formerly known as Marvel Heroes). It’s a free to play MMO, action RPG where you roam around iconic locations from the Marvel universe while leveling up your favorite heroes to level 60 to partake in the end game content. All of this sounds great, but is it worth your time? Continue reading
Today is the day that Bungie promised us they’d give us a ton of Destiny 2 information and they did not disappoint! Continue reading
As we enter the last half of May it means that I am quickly approaching my 34th birthday. As a way of celebrating old age and to make up for the lack of any anniversary celebrations this year (I still can’t believe I forgot about it) I thought that we could celebrate together!
I will be putting up a series of posts that revolve around the number 34 called, you guessed it, ‘34…’! I’ll be covering a load of different topics so make sure you check back here regularly.Today marks the first post in the series and it’s one in which we celebrate gaming as a whole; let’s see 34 reasons why gaming is awesome!
… Three Reviews In One!
After getting a bit of extra money that I wasn’t expecting, I decided to go against my own rules and just treat myself and just chill the heck out all week. So I did, and I thought it my lucky week! LocoRoco Remastered, NBA Playgrounds and STRAFE all in one week? Someone pinch me! However, all is not what it seemed. Continue reading
It’s finally happening! Continue reading
June 6th sees the release of the WipEout: Omega Collection (containing WipEout HD, Fury and 2048) and will be the first game this summer that will cash in on the feeling of PSOne era nostalgia that Sony have successfully fostered since the announcement of the Crash Bandicoot N’Sane Trilogy at E3 last year. Continue reading
A few years ago (to coincide with the release of Battlefield: Hardline in fact) Sherry and I looked at the best representations of cops in games – and while his choices were all incorrect; mine was the absolute right answer. To this day the sub-genre of police-based shooters is still ruled by SWAT 4 and while this is undisputable; it could find itself some new competition… Continue reading