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Life Is Strange – Why you should play

I’ll admit, Life Is Strange totally took me by surprise. After finishing a few of Telltale’s games, I was in the mood for a little more episodic adventure. I’d already heard that the game wasn’t action-focused, but I put that to one side and downloaded the demo from PSN. It was...

Dead State – Not just another zombie game

< Page 1 – Dead State: The Ultimate Zombie Apocalypse Simulator Battle and levelling-up in Dead State Unlike many other zombie apocalypse games, you won’t level-up by simply smashing skulls in Dead State. Skill points and perks come from completing tasks for survivors, scavenging food and materials...

Why Windows 10 Will Be Great For PC Gaming

Microsoft are tweaking their latest operating system as we type this. We’re all aware of the horrid compatibility issues that plagued XP and Vista, but we’re confident that Windows 10 will not only be more stable and compatible, but also become Microsoft’s greatest PC gaming OS, yet. Why...

Dead Rising 2 and Off The Record Now On Steamworks

Dead Rising 2 and Dead Rising 2: Off The Record have finally made their way to Steamworks. What does this mean? Simple. You no longer need to load-up and run Games For Windows Live (GFWL) in order to play either of these great Capcom games. While Dead Rising 2 focused on a new protagonist (Chuck Greene),...

Final Fantasy 15 and Type 0 on PC?

Square’s Final Fantasy 15 and Type 0 are currently the most anticipated RPG releases from the developer. Type 0 is set to launch this month, offering access to a FF15 demo later in the year. One thing is for certain. Both games will fly off the shelves on release (especially with the FF15 demo acting...

Steam User Reviews – The future of game development

On November 15th 2013 Steam users were given the ability to write their own opinions on their growing games libraries. At first, it just seemed to be yet another way for trolls to breed. But as the months progressed, Steam User Reviews opened a new door for the future of gaming. Not just for Steam’s...

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