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The Crew 2 gets a closed beta at the end of May

Posted by on May 22, 2018

Ubisoft sequel The Crew 2 is to get a closed beta on PS4, Xbox One and PC at the end of May. With the open world racer which features planes and boats (no trains unfortunately!)...

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Exclusive Q&A with the Psycho Pass: Mandatory Happiness localisation team

Posted by on Aug 24, 2016

Psycho Pass is a jolly awesome two-season anime (plus one film) and, in Japan, it’s also a multiple-ending visual novel with a unique story and three new characters. We’ll soon...

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VR’s successes and stumbles, via Farpoint

Posted by on Mar 11, 2018

I finally got myself PSVR a few months ago (and then only because I was able to enjoy a hefty discount). In the time I’ve spent with it since, I’ve by turns been...

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Reviews

Forgotton Anne: review

Posted by on May 11, 2018

Format: PS4 (version reviewed), Xbone, PC Unleashed: 15th May Publisher: Square Enix Collective Developer: ThroughLine Games Players: 1 Site:...

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The Crew 2 gets a closed beta at the end of May

The Crew 2 gets a closed beta at the end of May

May 22, 2018

Ubisoft sequel The Crew 2 is to get a closed beta on PS4, Xbox One and PC at the end of May. With the open world racer which features planes and boats (no trains unfortunately!) as well as automobiles being playable from 31 May to 4 June on all platforms. Obviously being a closed beta, space will be limited; so if you wish to participate, you need to register...

New LEGO: The Incredibles trailer spotlights Crimewaves missions

New LEGO: The Incredibles trailer spotlights Crimewaves missions

May 18, 2018

Warner Bros Interactive Entertainment have just released a new LEGO: The Incredibles trailer, which features the first look at the Crimewaves missions from the upcoming game, which is based on both Disney Pixar The Incredibles movies in their LEGOfied form. Woo and, if you will permit us, a hoo also. The new trailer demonstrates how players use teamwork to...

LEGO: The Incredibles trailer released

LEGO: The Incredibles trailer released

May 13, 2018

Warner Bros have announced that LEGO: The Incredibles videogame will be arriving alongside The Incredibles 2 movie. Incredible news! Or, er, something. A new trailer has just landed that shows some gameplay featuring the family of superheroes as they bid to save the world from supervillains. The game features all the main characters of the two films, and you...

Forgotton Anne: review

Forgotton Anne: review

May 11, 2018

Format: PS4 (version reviewed), Xbone, PC Unleashed: 15th May Publisher: Square Enix Collective Developer: ThroughLine Games Players: 1 Site: https://www.forgottonanne.com/ Game code provided by PR Although it’s easy to complacently lean on the idea that videogames offer unabashed escapism, this is demonstrably untrue for many high-profile titles....

New Overkill’s The Walking Dead trailer Grants insight

New Overkill’s The Walking Dead trailer Grants insight

May 10, 2018

With gameplay footage due to finally be revealed at E3, Overkill’s The Walking Dead is currently enjoying some character reveal trailers. The latest one shows us that the game will feature… Grant! Okay, we’re being silly. The game will (unfortunately) not feature Grant out of Eastenders. This Grant has hair. An abundance of hair, that covers...

Football Manager Touch 2018: review

Football Manager Touch 2018: review

May 1, 2018

Format: Switch (version reviewed), PC, Mac, iOS, Android Unleashed: Out Now Publisher: SEGA Developer: Sports Interactive Players: 1 Site: http://www.footballmanager.com/games/football-manager-touch-2018 Game code provided by the publisher As a great man once said, “Football’s a funny old game”. The same can be said of the games...

Inked: review

Inked: review

Apr 27, 2018

Format: PC Unleashed: Out Now Publisher: Starbreeze Developer: Somnium Games Players: 1 Site: http://inkedgame.com/ Game code provided by the publisher Inked is a beautiful looking game. The sharp ink-line aesthetic is crisp and clean, making the puzzles visually clear. Unfortunately, the neatly defined outlines don’t transfer to everything in...

Onrush still looks pretty cool

Onrush still looks pretty cool

Apr 24, 2018

There’s no shortage of racing games. Never has been, ever since the first videogame to feature a car was released in 1786 on the GentryStation. You’re certainly well served by the current generation if you want a realistic racer. You know the sort of thing; where they’ve painstakingly recreated the physics, made each car as true-to-life as possible, hand...