PS All-Stars Battle Royale Opening Cinematic Released

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Sony released the opening cinematic for PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale this week – check it out below!

Review: Roxio Game Capture HD PRO

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Roxio recently released the latest in their popular line of  game capture devices, this time in full HD!

Review: XCOM: Enemy Unknown

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XCOM: Enemy Unknown is a remake of the classic 1994 game X-COM: Enemy Unknown (UFO Defense in US) cherished by many around the world and often mentioned in the top PC games of all time. When the remake was…

Happy Wars Review

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Happy Wars, the first free-to-play XBLA title for Xbox Live Gold members, was released on the Xbox today. Check out what we think of it.

Review: Magic the Gathering 2013 – Return to Ravnica

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Magic the Gathering 2013 received its first expansion pack, Return to Ravnica. If you’re interested in some new cards to expand your decks, it may be worth a look. Of course the DLC offers a little more than just…

Eurogamer Expo 2012 – Our thoughts and experiences

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Eurogamer Expo, now in its 5th year (3rd at Earls Court) promised to be bigger and better than ever before. With first-seen in public AAA games such as Black Ops II, Halo 4 and Medal of Honor, through to…

Review: Torchlight II [Buy now, read later.]

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Torchlight is a game that most if not all PC gamers should know by now. In fact it’s a name that even a good chunk of console gamers will recognize – it’s just that great of a game. But…

Bring Out Your Wallets – Borderlands 2, F1 2012, and Torchlight II!

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Just a friendly reminder for all you gamers on any and all platforms – it’s a big week and you’ll definitely have some pennies saved up (hopefully!). This week sees the release of Gearbox Software’s Borderlands 2, Codies’ F1…

Joe Danger 2: The Movie review

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Xbox 360 owners were first introduced to Joe Danger in the SE version last year. You obviously all done a great job as he has now moved up in the world, from circus fall guy to action movie stunt…

Review: Mark of the Ninja

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Klei Entertainments previous game Shank was an in your face beat-em-up, Mark of the Ninja does an about turn and relies on stealth, patience and planning. While both games share the same game engine they could not be further…

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