So there we have it, E3 is done and dusted for another year and we now know what we can expect from our platform of choice for the next 12-18 months. Continue reading
Here we are, the penultimate press conference of E3 for 2017. There has been some good showings this year, and with Xbox One X coming out later this year, Sony is going to have to show some big hitters. So what can we expect? Continue reading
However with over 700 offers spread over the three (four if you count PSVR) platforms; how in the hell are you supposed to find the good stuff?
It’s a good thing I pre-empted this question, because I have chosen a number of games that I think are worth your time or the money investment!
There is less than a week left to avail of these amazing offers; so get that credit card ready and prepare to weep as you purchase more games than you could ever possibly play!
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
The great ‘Crash Bandicoot N’Sane Trilogy exclusivity debate just won’t quit! Continue reading
…but is Sonic headed for another ice berg?
This past few months has been pretty great to be a Sonic fan right? SEGA seems to have got their priorities in check and giving the fans what they want with the upcoming Sonic Mania – even though it has just been pushed back from Spring to Summer, at least it is coming and it looks great! However, there is another. Continue reading
The internet thrives on the creation of myths and the spreading of misinformation parading as facts. In such an enlightened age, where information is available on tap 24 hours a day 7 days a week it is incredible to think that many take what they see on the internet at face value and blindly believe it without doing research.
Myths thrive in the internet age because it preys on our assumption that reliable information is easy to find on the internet – while it is true that reliable information is available in abundance, it rarely seeks you out.