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Review: Gat out of Hell

Gat out of Hell carries on the Saints Row tradition of being absolutely mental, but sadly seems to fall short of its potential.  The story starts with an Ouija board session gone wrong at Kinzie’s birthday party on the spaceship.


Review: Saints Row IV: Re-Elected

The story of Saints Row IV: Re-Elected is…well bonkers really.  You start off with a dramatic mission in Russia to prevent antagonist Cyrus Temple from launching a nuclear warhead aimed for the Oval Office, complete with Aerosmith singing ‘I    don’t wanna miss a thing’ as you tear it apart midflight.


Review: Persona 4 Arena Ultimax

Persona 4 Arena is one of the biggest fighting games introduced to the Arcades/Consoles; having spot light attention at EVO with some of the greatest matches.


Otaku Nation UK Episode 38 – Buy all the games!!

(Original post 27th November 2014)   This week we watched: JOKER Fate/Stay Night: Unlimited Blade Works We also talk about Black Friday deals and what games to play this Christmas http://media.blubrry.


Review: The Crew

Ubisoft over the years has made a decent reputation within the gaming industry for producing robust tactical action games being Assassin’s Creed, Far Cry and multiple Tom Clancy’s titles.  However, it seems that when they try to implicate their talents to make a driving game, the results seem to fall flat a little.


Review: Volgarr the Viking

I never found myself giving high praise to games such as Dark Souls. I often find them to have mediocre designs and never to enjoy the extreme difficulty.


Review: The Legend of Korra

The Legend of Korra, the follow-up to the popular Avatar: The Last Air Bender series centres around Korra, a young girl from the water tribe who is the incarnation of Avatar Aang from The Last Air Bender.


Review : Need For Speed Rivals: Complete Edition

From speed-bombing down the desert , to sky-rocketing a ramp to beat your friend’s distance, Need for Speed Rivals was one of the first games that to take advantage of the new-gen consoles’ capabilities when it released alongside the PS4 and Xbox One last year.


The Legend of Korra now available to download

After its surprise announcement earlier this summer, The Legend of Korra game from Activision and developed by Platinum Games is now available for fans of the series to download to their console of choice.


Review: Metro Redux

It’s another “upgraded” version of a beloved classic and its hit sequel which came out only last year. Metro 2033 and Metro Last Light are the latest games to be given a next Gen makeover and put together in a neat little package simple known as Metro Redux.


TGS Preview Day at Bandai Namco’s Japan HQ

While preparing for the spectacle that is Tokyo Games Show, we were able to visit Bandai Namco Games’ HQ to have a look at some of their latest titles, away from the hustle and bustle of the show floor.


A Day at EuroGamer Expo London 2014

September holds one of Europe’s biggest gaming conventions, where thousands from across the country and from overseas travel to play the year’s hottest games and new releases.


Fight for your Life in the latest The Evil Within trailer

Enemies and trap-laden environments are a constant threat to your survival in The Evil Within. Check out new gameplay footage of the demented, vicious and deadly foes that lie in wait – and see how you can use observation and quick reflexes to avoid death in the latest trailer, Fight for Life.

Features, Previews

TGS 2014: Final Fantasy Type 0 HD Gameplay preview

Final Fantasy Type-0 was originally released in Japan on the PSP in March 2011 in Japan.  Fans all over the world have been waiting for a localization of this game and hope was slowly disappearing as time passed by.


The Evil Within Lock-In Event @ Game

It’s not long now till the release of this year’s hottest horror title, The Evil Within. Shinji Mikami’s disturbing take on the revival of Survival Horror looks to be a clash of tension building horror and intense survival action filled to the brim with blood, gore and scary spider ladies with several arms.


Review: Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolution

Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolution, is CyberConnects2’s latest entry in the Naruto storm series on the Playstation 3 and Xbox 360. It comes packed in with 118 playable characters which one of them being special “Mecha-Naruto” as it was created by the author of Naruto himself Masashi Kishimoto.

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