…well, it’s just like, my opinion – man.
Well, here we are ladies and gentlemen – the cusp of yet another New Year. I personally hate New Year, a lot of preparation to end up in a pub full to the rafters and waiting 25 minutes to get a drink that is severely overpriced. Not for me, but it does allow me the chance to share with you all my personal game of the year choices! As always, I will do a top 3, with some honorable mentions – so shall we see what I have chosen this year? Let’s do this!
**I will keep it spoiler free!** Continue reading
This week has been a bad one for those of us looking forward to Monolith’s follow-up to their hugely successful 2014 game, Shadow of Mordor. 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
It seems that with the next update of the Xbox/Windows 10 OS Microsoft will begin to offer refunds for digital games.
Making Microsoft the first console manufacturer to offer such a scheme! Definitely another sign of MS listening to their fans. 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
Microsoft has announced a literal game changer with their new Xbox Games Pass.
Xbox Games Pass is a subscription service that will give gamers unlimited access to 100 Xbox One and 360 titles a month for $10. Continue reading
With February coming to end (I know already!?) Microsoft has announced the titles that will be made available for free in March!
And it’s…umm…ok?! I guess… Continue reading