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Game Pre-Orders and Day-One Buys – Why they need to change

Go back a good fifteen years and the pre-order and day-one purchase used to secure you something more than a shiny steel case or exclusive content. Being among the first to lay cash down, secured you the full gaming experience early. Pre-orders and day-one buys used to be worth the extra cost. Now however,...

Max’s Power and the World of Life is Strange

<Page 1 – Life Is Strange: Why you should play Max’s Power Once the photography lesson ends, (where Max had the tornado daydream), you’ll slowly make your way to the rest room. There’s lots to interact with on the way. Pictures, trophy cabinets, lockers, vending machines, just...

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...

WWE Network UK – What exactly do you get?

The WWE Network is now in the UK and can be enjoyed via your games console, PC, laptop, tablet or mobile. So, is it worth the cost and will live events also be available for UK subscribers? Let us breakdown EXACTLY what you’ll receive once you sign-up to the WWE Network: WWF/WWE Pay Per Views...

Max Payne 1 & 2 – HD Remasters or Full Remakes?

Microsoft have the Master Chief collection, Sony have The Last of Us and Square will do it as much as they can to inject cash into Final Fantasy XV (or simply make it back). Of course, we’re on about HD remasters and remakes. But what about Max? The first Max Payne gave the PC game industry what it...

id – The journey to DOOM 4

DOOM The original DOOM may not have been the first FPS but it was the most influential release of its genre. The beauty of the game was its simplistic but addictive gameplay. If it moved…you shot the crap out of it! You never had to worry about on-coming hostages and there was’t a squadmate in...

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