Things To Pass Time Before Final Fantasy XV Releases
 

Things To Pass Time Before Final Fantasy XV Releases

 
Roll 6 or Die: Review – Heroes Wanted
 

Roll 6 or Die: Review

Heroes Wanted

 
Roll 6 or Die: Review – A Study In Emerald
 

Roll 6 or Die: Review

A Study In Emerald

 

Marvel reveal LBP Costume pack 1

Having announced a level pack and 20 Marvel based costumes for LittleBigPlanet two weeks ago, Marvel have finally unveiled images of the 5 characters set to make up the first of 4 costume packs for the PS3 exclusive. Check out pictures of each of the characters after the break.

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Valve unveil Day One of the TF2 Engineer update

After teasing the highly anticipated Class update for the Engineer a month back, Valve have finally unveiled the first day of new content for the Engineer class, revealing a highly limited edition Golden Wrench, and a brand new shotgun for everyone’s favorite soft-spoken, sentry building Texan.

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Bioware shows off The Old Republic groupings in latest footage

Despite Bioware’s desire to stipulate that The Old Republic will have a strong singleplayer aspect to it with its storytelling, it is an MMORPG – so of course, along the way you’ll be grouping up with other people to take on ‘Flashpoints’, TOR’s equivalent to an instanced dungeon. In gameplay footage from E3, released today, the four classes of the Republic – the DPS-dealing Jedi Knight, the support healing Jedi Consular, the tanking Trooper and the jack of all trades Smuggler – work together to repel a Sith boarding party. […]

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Review: Red Dead Redemption

Rockstar has a, let’s just say, uncanny knack of having most of its catalog of games highly praised. Sure, you can say that about almost any major publisher, but aside from Manhunt 2, all of Rockstar’s games have been received well by critics and gamers alike. Red Dead Redemption, sequel to  Red Dead Revolver on PS2 and Xbox, will probably be no different. I say popular because it’s still early days yet, but after spending a good portion of the weekend playing it, I can’t possibly see anything else happening with […]

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PS3′s Eye Of Judgment Turns Blind To Online Play

A post today on the EU PlayStation Community forums confirmed what has probably been coming for a while now: Sony are terminating the servers for card-battling game The Eye Of Judgment.

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FFXIV has release date and more info

Upcoming Square-Enix MMO Final Fantasy XIV has been dated for release on PC for September 22. Which strikes me as quite soon, and very bad timing for my university education. The PS3 version will not be released until March next year. I guess it’s easier to release to PC, fix all the bugs that will no doubt be around for the first few months of the game, then work that all into the PS3 release along with any optimizations.

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Playstation+ Released

Announced at E3, the £40/$50 Playstation+ subscription service has been released today along with the PS3 update 3.40. At first look, it seems like Sony are following Microsoft down the pay to play route, but that’s not quite what it is. Playstation+ is entirely voluntary, all the current features of PSN will be available to non-subscribers. Playstation+ simply adds to that.

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Reactions to DEFCON: Everybody Dies

This is not a review.  This is purely the author’s musings about his feelings while playing DEFCON, and is in that sense entirely subjective. DEFCON is not a fun game, to me anyway, which is not to say it’s not a good game, or even an enjoyable game.  In fact, it’s a quite enjoyable game; it’s just not a fun game.

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Review: Transformers: War for Cybertron

Little more than a year ago, the idea of a new game based upon a franchise that had suffered more than a few stinkers in the gaming world being a critical darling would be scoffed at, but Batman: Arkham Asylum took the gaming world by surprise and showed people that it could be done. War for Cybertron is the Transformer franchises’ Arkham Asylum – and while it is easy to leave the review there and call High Moon studio’s shooter an absolute gem for simply being a sucess, being the […]

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Review: DWAG: Blood of the Cybermen

After a roaring success with the first episode of the Doctor Who Adventure Games, City of the Daleks – which was download over half a million times within the first 12 days of its release – Sumo Digital turn their hands to another of The Doctor’s most infamous enemies: The Cybermen are back! Does Blood of the Cybermen build on the good groundwork that City of the Daleks created, or should it be deleted as an inferior being?

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Xbox Live Marketplace Update, Week of June 27, 2010

Major Nelson, Director of Programming for Xbox Live, has posted the Xbox Live Marketplace update for the week of June 27 – July 3.  This week’s Xbox Live Deals of the Week are called Critic’s Choice, and include acclaimed games like Darwinia+ and The Misadventures of P. B. Winterbottom.  Being added to Xbox Live Arcade is Puzzle Quest 2, the sequel to the hit 2007 puzzle RPG.  Full list after the break.

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Marvel Heroes – and villains – take on LittleBigPlanet July 7th

Having previously been teased at the San Diego Comic Con almost a year ago, Marvel have now officially revealed that they’re bring some of their biggest superheroes and supervillans to LittleBigPlanet. Over 4 weeks Media Molecule will release a Marvel Costume pack featuring 5 costumes based on Marvels famous and infamous characters. Also announced was a Marvel level pack, featuring 4 playable Marvel levels where Sackboy must stop Magneto’s plans, as well as many Marvel themed items, stickers and music, which will be released at sometime during this period as […]

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Steam Summer Sale: Stay Safe from Sharks

Digital Distribution platform Steam is once again looking out for it’s customers. This time warning of the perils of sharks and summer sun, and helping you out by introducing great summer sales to give you incentive to stay inside.

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The Illusion of Challenge

If you talk to many a cantankerous old gamer you’ll hear about how easy today’s games are how much more challenging games were back in the day. The story usually goes something like this: “Back in my day we had a limited number of lives and you’d be lucky to get any continues. Saved games!? Forget about it sonny!” At this point you get rapped atop the head with a cane. It may be true that gamers today have unlimited lives and quicksaves but lets go back and look at […]

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Bing: Now for Gamers

Bing, the popular search engine rival to Google has been adding an increasing amount of features recently in their attempt to one-up the the search engine giant. Well with these content aware features comes a range of nice handy features for gamers.

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