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Sony's E3 extravaganza didn't have any truly showstopping games, but the Japanese console maker still had a couple of aces up its sleeve to send gamers away happy.
Hope you like action, adventure, jumping and crabs!
There was a simpler time not too long ago where a game’s addictiveness would be in its simplicity. Platform games where you simply moved from left to right were ten-a-penny back in the day. Some of the youth of today may not realise, but Super Mario started off
Metro: Last Light has knocked previous number one, Dead Island: Riptide, off the top of the UK video games chart.
Hmmmm, a fighting game spliced with an RPG? Seems about as likely as a FIFA/Call of Duty crossover (surely a game that would make all of the money). Well, while FIFA of Duty remains in development hell until the bigwigs over at EA and Activision can keep
I love games like Super Meat Boy and N+; simple 2D platformers that provide often monumentally tricky challenges for those looking to push their gaming skills to the limit. The thing is, for a game of that ilk to work, to deliver that fine balance between challenge
I’ve never really got pinball. It’s not that I don’t like it, I just don’t know what I’m doing. Beyond the need to keep the ball in play, I’ve never really got a feel for how the whole scoring system works. Yes, I understand that I should
A distinct lack of big new releases sees Techland's Dead Island: Riptide retain its crown as the best selling game in the UK for the third week in a row.
Electronic Arts has confirmed that it has struck a long term extension to it's deal with FIFA.
EA has captured the much sought after Star Wars license and is already planning multiple new titles.