Henry Ranson

Silent Hills officially cancelled

Silent Hills officially cancelled

After raised questions regarding the decision to remove P.T – the playable trailer, and marketing initiative, for Silent Hills – from the PlayStation Store, it has been confirmed by Publisher Konami that plans to develop the full title have been terminated. The highly anticipated lovechild of Hideo Kojima, the father of the Metalgear series, and […]

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Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft now available for smartphones

Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft now available for smartphones

Smartphone users rejoice! In one of mobile gamings most exciting announcements, Blizzard’s World of Warcraft spinoff phenomenon Hearthstone:Heroes of Warcraft, is now available on Apple and android smartphones. The free-to-play strategy card game, based on the Warcraft lore has been redesigned specifically for mobile devices, taking into consideration their smaller screen sizes. With all the […]

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Review: Life is Strange Episode 2: Out of Time

Review: Life is Strange Episode 2: Out of Time

Episode 1 flirts with the dramatic potential that the small town of Arcadia Bay has to offer, Episode 2: Out of Time takes a turn to the dark side. Bullied bible basher Kate Marsh steps into the spotlight in this episode, or more that we take a look into the shadows of her life, as […]

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Review: Ori and the Blind Forest “If you’re willing to put in the occasional harsh grind, you’ll be greatly rewarded”

Review: Ori and the Blind Forest “If you’re willing to put in the occasional harsh grind, you’ll be greatly rewarded”

There are many things a game can demand of a player: time, energy… money. With Ori and the Blind Forest it’s patience, and you’re going to need a surplus. A challenging, yet rewarding 2D platformer, Ori and the Blind Forest is likely to appeal to fans of classic platmormers with its fresh take on the […]

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Review: Life is Strange: Episode 1

Review: Life is Strange: Episode 1

Starting college is a difficult and stressful time for anyone. Moving to a new town, making new friends, bending space and time. It’s safe to say then, that Square Enix’s episodic adventure, Life is Strange is aptly named. Players take up the role of 18-year-old hipster, Max – a photography student, recently returned to her […]

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BAFTA Game Awards nominations

BAFTA Game Awards nominations

With the BAFTA’s reaching its conclusion last week, the BAFTA Game Awards are closing in fast, with comedian Rufus Hound announced as host of the award ceremony and the nominations released. This year it seems that Alien Isolation is the horse to bet on, with the Survival Horror reboot way ahead of the pack by securing […]

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Techland apologises for Dying Light delay

Techland apologises for Dying Light delay

Last minute delays to release dates are a persistent nuisance in the gaming industry, yet gamers are generally happy to wait a couple of months if it means designers can polish a game to give players the best experience possible. However, when a game is released in America but the rest of the world must wait […]

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Total War: Warhammer announced

Total War: Warhammer announced

Sega and developers Creative Assembly have announced that the latest game to be developed in the Total War series will be set in the Warhammer universe. Spawned from a deal between Creative Assembly and Games Workshop back in 2012, the new release was revealed in a quote by Creative Assembly’s Mike Simpson in The Art […]

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From Dying Light to Tom Clancy’s The Division – see our list of top 10 games to play in 2015

From Dying Light to Tom Clancy’s The Division – see our list of top 10 games to play in 2015

With many studio announcements of video games being pushed back from their release dates, 2014 left the game industry a little bare. Rest assured however, after some polishing and final tweaks, 2015 will leave you spoiled for choice. Evolve – Creators of the Left 4 Dead franchise – Turtle Rock has a knack for innovative […]

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REVIEW: Dragon Age Inquisition – Sometimes size does matter

REVIEW: Dragon Age Inquisition – Sometimes size does matter

Here be dragons!

It’s true that size isn’t everything in a game, but when a single area promises to be larger than the entire map of the previous title, that’s something to take note of. It’s difficult to imagine, after playing Dragon Age II’s cluster of repeated alleyways and subterranean chambers, but to put it into perspective: the […]