PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, the tense Battle Royale-esqe third person survival/shooter game, was introduced to Steam as an early access title on March 23rd. Merely 18 days later it was announced that it’d had 1 million downloads… Now, not even a month on, it’s come to light that 2 million people have picked up what is promising to be the next big thing.
Check out more of Namco‘s latest fight game before its release.
It’s April! We are over 1/4 of the way into the year and the weather is picking up, while the weather may be similar.. The gaming climate most certainly was not. Come with me on a journey through time and space where we will check out a few of the titles released a whole 10 years […]
The Marvel Vs Capcom Infinite roster really is infinite… Well, it’s 14. Some new faces were shown in today’s new story trailer which mainly featured melodrama.
Capcom have issued a humble apology video/update on the free Resident Evil 7 DLC chapter which was supposed to be due out in Spring this year.
The Podcast tells you everything you need to know about LLC attitudes towards Bayonetta. She is our Marmite: Gary and I love her, she makes Oliver want to rip is eyes out. But, Oliver’s opinions aside, I am practically vibrating with excitement at the prospect that another installment may be coming to the franchise.
In the current gaming landscape, where each week hundreds of games are leased onto various platforms, it can be very difficult to get your game noticed.
Yooka-Laylee is now old news, it’s at least two weeks old and that means that the time for talking about it has passed. Yet, here I am talking about it. A lot of critics have lowered the score due to it feeling too 90’s… I’m not sure that is a fair criticism, so here I […]
It’s a huge week for hot new games hitting the, physical and virtual, shelves! Little Nightmares, Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War III, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe and Puyo Puyo Tetris release this week amongst much more!
I’ve never cursed at a shark. Not once. Ever. Despite the trauma they have brought onto my family (sometimes I still hear the shark laughter). But last night after three hours I called a Shark words I can’t repeat. All of it in a free-to-play game called Raft.