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Dead Island: Riptide Remains on Top

blank On path to beating Bioshock Infinite for the amount of time it’s been in first place on the UK software charts, Dead Island: Riptide only needs to stay in first place next week for it to be the only game to last four weeks at the top in 2013. Bioshock Infinite itself has dropped down to number 6, with a lot of familiar faces filling the gaps between. Black Ops II, which had previously dropped out of the top ten,…


Metal Gear Solid 5 intro by Kyle Cooper

blank Every MGS fan knows you can't have a Metal Gear Solid without a good opening cinematic. It's a staple of the series just like the Bond opening minutes. Thankfully we can probably rest easy as the Unofficial Metal Gear Solid website recently reported that game director Hideo Kojima revealed he was...


Leaked info on Google Play multiplayer

blank The search giant is dipping its big toe into the world of mulitplayer gaming. The full suite of Google Play services was inadvertantly released by the Google Glass team alongside their new MyGlass app.


Gran Turismo 6 coming to PS3?

blank It took 6 years for developer Polyphony to build and release Gran Turismo 5 for the PS3. Released in November of 2010 the most recent addition to the popular racing franchise is now only in its 3rd year. So some may be surprised and excited to hear the sequel might come sooner than you think and (if rumours are true) it's coming to Sony's current console.


Dungeons & Dragons Neverwinter – Designer Interview

blank Dungeons & Dragons Neverwinter is one of the biggest free-to-play MMO games of the year, offering classic RPG elements within a massively multiplayer action environment. Developed by Cryptic games, the team that built Champions Online and Star Trek Online, and published by Perfect World, the beta received a lot of attention and impressed thousands of new fans. Whether you loved Dungeons & Dragons, dungeon running, online gaming or just classic RPGs, the balance between the different aspects ...


New Battlefield 4 Screenshot Released

blank The highly anticipated Battlefield 4 is due within the next six months and is no doubt going to be a must-buy for early adopters of next-gen consoles. It's understandable that people are getting more than a little excited about the whole thing, and DICE have released two new screenshots as a reward for their ever-obsessed community.


Y.R.P In Position for new Final Fantasy X-2 HD Shots

blank Although Final Fantasy X-2 doesn't quite manage to live up to the original in terms of fan nostalgia, I can't imagine anyone felt the Final Fantasy X re-release was complete without having its sequel available as well. For many who experienced the story of Tidus, Yuna, Auron and company for the first time in the last few years, getting hold of a copy of X-2 might not have been easy (or, arguably, even worth it).


Total War: Rome II Release Date Announced

blank SEGA have announced the release date for the next entry in the hugely popular Total War franchise. Total War: Rome II will be available to players all around the world in September this year. Both digital and physical versions of Rome II will be available from its global release date on September 9th, 2013. There’s also going to be a collector edition which includes a working catapult, although since it’s self-assembly something tells me that you’ll be unable to conquer…


The Sims 4 unveiled

blank EA and Maxis unveiled The Sims 4, a new game in the massively successful Sims franchise. They were quick to confirm that this would, indeed, be offline and that the mistakes made by the SimCity release have been well learnt from.


Wolfenstein: The New Order Announcement Trailer

blank Bethesda yesterday announced a new entry in the Wolfenstein series, and it looked pretty good. The screenshots released managed to capture both the stark visual style of life under the Nazis, but also a certain mood. Available across multiple platforms at the end of the year, including next-gen machines, this is definitely going to be one to watch. That's only hit home by this announcement trailer.