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Which is Better for Gaming, PlayStation 4 or Online Casinos?

Gaming is the perfect way to relax and take a break from your routine. If you enjoy gaming, then having a gaming console would be ideal. Another option is to find a poker site where you will have access to a variety of games. Despite the gaming options available in the consoles, online casino sites take gambling to another level.…

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The Best PS4 Arcade Sticks To Buy In 2019

Looking for a PS4 Arcade Stick? This article explores some of the best available. If you’ve never experienced a fighting game with an arcade stick, you’re definitely missing out. Most one-on-one fighters – Tekken, Street Fighter, Dead or Alive, and the like – are created for arcades first then ported to consoles. That means their controls are usually optimised for…

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PS4 Backwards Compatibility – How To Play PS2 And PS3 Games On PS4

PS4 backwards compatibility is a much  discussed topic within the PS4 community. Read on to find out more. Sony has quite the storied history when it comes to console manufacture. The company’s first venture into the world of video games was the original PlayStation, which was released worldwide between 1994 and 1995. The PlayStation began life as a potential joint…

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Trover Saves the Universe Screenshots

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The Top 10 PS4 Games Due Out June 2019

June is not a traditionally busy month for video game releases. Most major titles tend to aim for either March, when everyone’s wallets have recovered after Christmas, or October-November time just before the Christmas rush. With that said, there’s still plenty to look forward to in the video gaming world this June. Let’s take a look at the top 10…

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American Fugitive Review – Driving With The Top Down

Grand Theft Auto has quite a lot to answer for. There’s only so many times a series can influence an entire sub-genre, but Grand Theft Auto has managed to do it twice. The first slew of GTA games were top-down crime sandboxes that haven’t aged well, but managed to inspire games like Retro City Rampage. The far more well-known and…

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A History Of The PlayStation 3’s Launch

The rumour mill is currently abuzz with potential news about Sony’s next console. An interview given to Wired by PS5 lead architect Mark Cerny has the gaming press wondering what the console will look like and, more crucially, when it will be released. It’s an exciting time to be a Sony fan. As the future comes, though, we must also…

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Why Playstation boasts better exclusives than Xbox

As any gamer knows, one of the key considerations when deciding which console to buy is the list of games available for, and exclusive to, the consoles. The vast majority of game releases are simultaneously available for both Playstation and Xbox. Yet there are some games with which Sony and Microsoft continue to compete, by developing the games so as…

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Top 20 PS VR Games On PS4

PlayStation VR is here to stay. With PS5 lead architect Mark Cerny’s recent confirmation that Sony’s next console will support PS VR, as well as the probability that it’ll play PS4 games, there’s never been a better time to invest. Whether you’ve already got yourself a PS VR kit or whether you’re looking to get started with one, you’re probably…

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The 10 Best Base-Building Games On PS4

As the old adage goes, an Englishman’s house is his castle. We’re inclusive sorts here, though, so we don’t see why this can’t apply to everyone of every nation, persuasion and place of residence. Building a home from which to base oneself is one of the simplest and most rewarding joys in life, and when you step back from a…

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Kerbal Space Program Enhanced Edition + History And Parts Pack Review – One Small Step For Kerbals

Space. The final frontier. These are the voyages of the Starship Kerbal. Its five-year mission: to attempt to create a spacecraft that is actually capable of leaving the launch pad without immediately exploding or killing the Kerbals within it. To seek out new life and new civilizations, and ask them if they know how to make spacecraft better than we…

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Atelier Lulua: The Scion of Arland Review – Potions Approaching

What’s your favourite JRPG franchise? This is a question that provokes fierce debate among many lovers of the genre. It’s hard to go wrong with Final Fantasy, which has perhaps been steering in the wrong direction in recent years but still boasts a number of classic old-school titles. Alternative fans might plump for the medieval steampunk setting of Breath of…

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RAGE 2 Review – Still Just A Rat In A Cage

Post-apocalypse is potentially an incredibly rich setting. The world could end in so many delightfully varied ways that to keep returning to the same blasted desert wasteland seems like a missed opportunity. That said, we’ve had countless excellent games and other media that have taken this setting as a jumping-off point. Fallout, Mad Max, Wasteland...there are plenty of ways to…

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The Best GTA 5 Cheat Codes On PS4

Remember cheat codes? Back in the days of the NES and SNES, every game had these wonderful, ubiquitous little sequences of button inputs. Whether it was invincibility, extra lives, or every weapon in the game you were after, chances were you could find it through cheat codes. Some games had clever ways to implement them, but for the most part…

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Snooker 19 Review – That’s Your Cue

There’s quite a fierce debate among us here regarding whether snooker is a sport or a game. Some of us believe that snooker is too sedentary to be a sport; there isn’t too much physical prowess required to play it, so it’s more of a game. Others believe that it’s absolutely a sport – it’s played competitively, it has its…

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Days Gone Review – Thank You For The Days

Zombies aren’t exactly a new concept. Debatably, the first ever zombie movie was Victor Halperin’s 1932 opus White Zombie, but with 1968’s Night of the Living Dead zombies began to pass into mainstream culture. Since then, we’ve had seminal movies like 28 Days Later and Shaun of the Dead, as well as games like Resident Evil and wonderful books like…

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Days Gone - Accolades Trailer

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Fortnite: The Numbers Involved With Epic Games' Record Breaking Title

Fortnite is one of the most successful gaming releases of all time and it has already raked in billions of dollars for its developer. It shot to prominence by offering a free-to-play battle royale format that captured public imagination around the world and turned it into a cultural phenomenon. The player count remains astonishingly high, despite competition coming from a…

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Outward Review – With A Little Help From My Friend

There was a time when every multiplayer game that darkened the doorways of the major consoles had to have a couch element to it. Whether it was a tacked-on mode in which you and your friends battled it out in lacklustre minigames or a fully-implemented co-op campaign, before the online era games were laughed out of the room if they…

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What We Know About The PS5 And Why It Will Dominate 9th Generation Gaming

Time goes by so quickly, doesn’t it? Seems like only yesterday we were heralding the arrival of the PS4, with its sharp angles and clean lines, and waiting for some of the best games and exclusives of the generation to be announced. The truth is, though, that it’s almost been six years (six!) since the 8th generation of gaming graced…

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Snooker 19 Screenshots

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The 12 Best First-Person Shooter Games On PS4

When the original DOOM was released back in 1993, it caused a real stir in the gaming industry. Developer id Software’s previous game Wolfenstein 3D probably lays claim to being the first true first-person shooter, but DOOM codified many of the tropes we now associate with the genre. That we used to call first-person shooters “DOOM clones” now seems terribly…

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How To Keep Your PS4 Looking Good Without Damaging It

Whether you’re in possession of a base PS4 model, the newer slimline edition, or the monster Pro, we can all agree on one thing: Sony’s beast is damn good-looking. Sleek black lines, angular design and a minimalist aesthetic all combine to create something that just looks great sitting underneath your TV. With that in mind, you’ll want to make sure…

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Fimbul Review - Battle Of The Gods

Norse mythology is fertile ground for video games. All the drama and violence of poetic Norse sagas translates perfectly to the immediacy and storytelling heft of a great game; even the language of the Norse peoples lends itself well to gaming (“Gotterdammerung”, “Ragnarok”, et cetera). With this in mind, it’s not unreasonable to expect studios to take inspiration from the…

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Dead Or Alive 6 Review - Wanted Dead Or Alive

As a fighting game franchise, Dead or Alive has been unfairly overlooked across its twenty-three year (!) existence. The series has perhaps been better-known for its reliance on fan service and its attempt to titillate its players than for its extremely solid core mechanics, and while it’s true that developer Team Ninja has probably not done itself any favours in…

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Anthem Review - Mech My Day

From Pacific Rim to MechWarrior, pop culture has a justifiable fascination with human-piloted mechs. Japanese anime is replete with mech pilots and their adventures, and although movies rarely tread this hallowed ground it has been done at least once or twice (see Transformers and Real Steel for ancillary examples of the genre at work). Who among us hasn’t at some…

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Intruders: Hide and Seek Review - Virtual Insanity

Remember Night Trap? If you don’t, it was an “interactive movie game” released in 1992, back in the Sega CD era. The premise of the game was simple, if not a little problematic: you play as a special agent with access to a bank of cameras watching a house full of young girls. Said girls are in danger from robbers,…

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VR Casino Games: An Untapped Market For PlayStation Game Developers?

The potential applications of VR tech are absolutely staggering. From healthcare to military training, from piloting simulations to cinema, there really are no avenues that VR couldn’t comfortably go down. We could even soon see VR simulations with advanced haptic feedback in which players physically can take part in the experiences they’re viewing through their headset. It’s no exaggeration to…

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Monster Energy Supercross 2 Review – Monster Madness

Motorcycle racing is at once terrifying and exhilarating as a prospect. There’s nothing more seat-of-the-pants than hurtling through open terrain on what is essentially some metal attached to two wheels. Every jump, every hitch and every turn becomes a life-or-death prospect for the inexperienced rider, and every single encounter with another racer could turn into something that future generations will…

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SNK Heroines Tag Team Frenzy DLC Characters Review - Tag, You're It

When additional characters are added to a fighting game, it must be an absolute nightmare to balance them. So much development work goes into making sure that each fighter is able to battle the others with no game-breaking bugs or glitches occuring, and then there's the matter of actual gameplay balance; who's overpowered, who's underpowered and who's flat-out broken. Adding…

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DiRT Rally 2.0 Review - Through The DiRT 

Keeping a franchise going through multiple console generations must be a mammoth task. Gaming franchises come and go according to the fickle whims of the public; it's not uncommon to see yesterday's critical and commercial darling consigned to the annals of history because a better game came along, or simply because demand for such a franchise shriveled and died through…

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