…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
…. two can play that game.
A couple of years ago I posted an article about my choices for the best choices when it came to local Co-Op gaming. Sadly, shortly after that my local co-op time fell apart as live took over and meant me and Luvva could really no longer find the time to do that with each other anymore. Sad, sure. Like everything in life though, it has come full circle and I have found a replacement! My nephew! So, what have we been playing and how have we been getting on? Continue reading
….it never works out 1 to 1 does it?
Here in the UK we are used to getting slightly ripped off for new game prices – especially in the digital space. When a digital only game releases over here and it’s going to be $20 that usually equates to an almost guarantee that it will be £15 or £15.99 on the UK store. Sometimes though, things happen that go a step further into the bizarre. Continue reading
….fast, frantic – don’t forget your brain!
Next Friday (21st April) marks the release date of Ready At Dawns new game – Deformers. An arena brawler in which you control a form in a small map environment where the goal is to throw your opponents of the ledges or beat them to smitherins. These types of games have been few and far in between in recent years after years of domination in games such as Twisted Metal, Quake and Unreal Tournament. However, Deformers isn’t the only one going for this target market. Continue reading
Recently I wrote an article about games that I hated as a kid but would greatly enjoy now (it can be found here) and it inspired me. During the recent “Only on PlayStation” sale there were hundreds of top titles (and some lower-tier ones too) that could be acquired for next to nothing. Continue reading
So, according to Digital Foundry the Xbox Project Scorpio is a far more powerful machine than the Xbox One!
As well as that; Microsoft are operating on a per-game basis to ensure backwards compatibility with the One and 360. And while the specs are undeniably impressive, I can’t help but feel that the targeting of raw power is a real mistake. Continue reading
Over the past 2 or 3 years we’ve watched various YouTube “celebrities” go from controversy to controversy with impunity and without remorse for their actions beyond an insincere “I’m sorry I got caught” apology that is designed to deflect blame from themselves. Continue reading