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Fallout 76 First Impressions - Wandering the Wasteland

On paper, a multiplayer online experience based in the Fallout world seems like a no-brainer. After all, these post-apocalyptic adventures always see players traveling a vast wasteland, meeting individuals of dubious trustworthiness, and looting container after container for useful parts and healing items. Fallout already contains so much of the quintessential MMO experience, so Fallout 76, an online survival game…

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Red Dead Redemption 2 Review - The Good, The Good And The Beautiful

It’s usually in the smaller moments that we really start to appreciate what a video game can achieve. Sure, many video games have huge setpieces that we can all applaud from a technical and narrative standpoint, but it’s those little watercooler-style events that make us truly understand how much time and effort has gone into a game’s creation. It won’t…

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Call of Duty: Black Ops IIII Review - A Royale Affair

It’s hard to think of video games without Call of Duty. This is a series that’s been with us since way back in 2003, when the first instalment launched (yes, it really has been that long). Since then, we’ve seen numerous milestones along its lengthy timeline, including 2007’s seminal Modern Warfare and the trippy Black Ops series with its increasingly…

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Nickelodeon Kart Racers Review - When Worlds Collide

Consider, if you will, the strange and somewhat lost world of the official tie-in game. These ill-fated titles have been through many iterations over the years; in the 90s they were 2D platformers, in the 2000s they took the form of 3D collect-a-thons, and in the 2010s they were mostly third-person shooters (yes, even the Harry Potter video games eventually…

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Dakar 18 Review - Off The Beaten Path

Rally racing is possibly one of the most obvious disciplines to adapt into a video game. It’s quite easy for most of us to enjoy a quick game of football or tennis, for example; jumpers for goalposts and an abundance of parks with tennis nets ensure we all have access to the sports we love. Rally racing, though, is an…

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The Best PS4 Games For Under $20

Between console hardware, home cinema setups and peripherals, video games can feel like quite a costly hobby. Not only is the equipment required to play video games expensive in itself, but the games themselves can often go for quite a pretty penny as well. New games usually retail at around $60, and that’s not factoring in extras like special editions…

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Sony's PlayStation Classic

Last Wednesday Sony announced their small and mighty PlayStation Classic, an homage to the original PlayStation, offering fans a cherry-picked collection of some of the best PlayStation games. Sony confirmed that the 20 titles were chosen for their popularity within the original PlayStation fanbase, however, the title list is tailored to each region. You'll soon be able to pre-order it…

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NASCAR Heat 3 Review - Feeling The Heat

The job of a reviewer in the modern age can be a difficult one. Don’t get us wrong; we love critiquing games, and we wouldn’t trade our profession for any other. With that said, though, there are things that complicate matters somewhat, especially with the rapidly advancing march of technology to contemplate. For a case study on what we’re talking…

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V-Rally 4 Review - V For Variable

“If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it”. So goes the ancient maxim, and it’s one that applies to video games just as much as anything else. Franchises like FIFA, Madden and Assassin’s Creed consistently refuse to reinvent the wheel as far as their core mechanics are concerned, and they’ve all done pretty well for themselves. If something isn’t flawed, then…

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Spider-Man Review - Swing Into Tomorrow

Spider-Man, everyone’s favourite web-slinging superhero, has something of a chequered history when it comes to video games. The highs, like the PS2’s superlative sandbox movie tie-in Spider-Man 2, are colossal indeed; there’s no feeling quite like swinging through the streets of New York in the best Spider-Man games. Unfortunately, the franchise also has its fair share of astounding lows to…

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Phantom Doctrine Review

Are you looking for a tactical turn-based strategy with deep roots in espionage and a strong 80’s spy vibe? Look no further than Phantom Doctrine, a strategic spy thriller with all the management and RPG elements of XCOM 2 with a Cold War-era spin. If you’re looking for a straightforward TBS gameplay experience however, this is not the game for…

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Surviving The First Few Hours Of Bloodborne

From Software’s Bloodborne can be a terrifying experience, especially if it’s your first time playing a game like this. Every step you take through the city of Yharnam drips with tension and fear as frenzied townsfolk bear down on you with pitchforks, and sinister beasts screech in the distance. Every new area you find just seems to bring its own…

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Everything Must Go - How To Free Up Space On Your PS4

If you’re anything like us, then your PS4 is pretty much your premier entertainment hub. Sure, you might have other systems (shh, don’t tell Sony) but you do pretty much all of your gaming on your trusty PS4. And why wouldn’t you? The PS4 is sleek, powerful and capable. It’s the perfect machine for the serious gamer. The thing is,…

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For The Win – A Look At E-WIN’s Stylish, Comfortable Champion Series Gaming Chairs

When you’re deep into a long, intense gaming session, comfort is absolutely key. The last thing you want is to triumphantly move to deliver that final blow, only for your back to start complaining loudly at you and throw you completely off your game. It might sound ridiculous, but it happens more often than you’d think. When most people think…

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Oh No! How To Fix Your PS4’s Blue Light Of Death (BLOD)

The beginning of a console’s launch can be a dark, dark time for early adopters. For the vast majority of owners, everything goes off without a hitch, but technical difficulties are occasionally and sadly inevitable. Our beloved PS4, despite being a wonderful little machine, is no less susceptible to this maxim. One of the problems which occasionally (very, very occasionally)…

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Changing Your PS4’s NAT Type (It’s Easier Than It Sounds)

Connection issues are the worst, right? We’ve all been there, deep into an intense Overwatch game or Destiny raid, when suddenly character models start clipping and glitching, ping rates shoot up and your chances of grabbing that sweet loot disappear. Well, we’re here today to tell you about a better way. Changing your PS4’s NAT type can be an easy,…

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Heatin’ Up - How To Fix Your PS4’s Red Light Of Death (RLOD)

Errors aren’t fun. Nobody likes when things go wrong, but sometimes they just do, and there isn’t much anyone could have done to prevent it. Not even our beloved PS4 is immune to life’s little foibles and technical defects; if you’re unlucky enough to get a console from a bad manufacturing batch (it does happen, albeit incredibly rarely - the…

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The 5 Most Jaw-Droppingly Beautiful Games On PS4

Graphics, it is often said, aren’t everything. It’s true that a game can enthrall and bewitch without the most advanced visuals in the world; games like Undertale and Axiom Verge prove this with aplomb. That said, there’s still something magical about a really gorgeous-looking game. Walking out into that open-world vista for the first time and seeing acres of beautiful…

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Top Ten PlayStation 4 Games of E3 2018

As the dust settles after the impressive stampede of games that was E3 2018, we’re taking a look at what we think will make up some of the best games hitting PlayStation 4 in the near future. Here’s our list of ten of the most exciting titles you should definitely be looking out for, and looking forward to, that were…

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We Have Liftoff – Looking Back At The PS4’s Launch

So, another year’s E3 is firmly behind us. This time of year always makes us nostalgic; with all the gaming announcements relentlessly looking to the future, it’s natural for us to want to revisit the past a little. When better, then, to recap where our humble PS4 began, and the journey it’s taken in the four and a half years…

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Burnout Paradise Remastered Review

“Take me down to the paradise city/Where the grass is green and the girls are pretty”. So goes the first line of “Paradise City” by Guns’n’Roses, the opening chords of which are the first thing you’ll hear when you fire up Burnout Paradise Remastered (and indeed the original Burnout Paradise). Well, we’re not sure about grass or girls, but Criterion…

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The Best Cheat Systems On PS4 

Hey, we get it. Sometimes that boss, that stage, that single enemy is just too difficult. You’re a busy person, and you have a very busy life; you don’t have time to waste banging your head against a metaphorical brick wall over and over again (or perhaps a physical one if the frustration is that intense – we’ve been there).…

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Detroit: Become Human Review

It’s a favourite pastime of ours to compare how we’d do in a zombie apocalypse. Many long hours have passed in heated debate, but suffice it to say none of us are sure we’d really fare that well. Thing is, though, zombie apocalypses are passé these days. When we imagine how the world as we know it will end now,…

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OnRush – The Future Of Racing Games?

If you’re a racing game cynic, you might come to the conclusion that racing games have already been all they can be. Oh, sure, there are variations to the formula; perhaps there are more cars, or perhaps the tracks are more difficult to navigate, et cetera. Thing is, though, it’s always going to be the same thing. Several drivers compete…

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The Best Horror Games On PS4 In 2018

‘Tis the season to be terrified. I know what you’re thinking: it’s not Halloween already, is it? Did I black out? What happened to the intervening months? Well, don’t worry; we’re not in October yet. The point is it’s always the season to be terrified. A good horror game is perennial; it can be played any time, anywhere, and still…

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Downloading Kodi On PS4 – Good And Bad News

If you’re a frequent user of streaming media platform Kodi, you’ll know how useful it can be. Whether you’re wanting to stream video from a networked drive or from an online source, Kodi just makes life easier for those who need it. It stands to reason, then, if you’re a regular Kodi user, that you’ll be wanting to know how…

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The 10 Best Zombie Games On PS4

Zombies get a hard rap in popular culture. Shows like iZOMBiE and movies like Warm Bodies try to cast the lovable brain-eaters as human and complex, but there’s no getting around it: people like it when zombies are murdered en masse. Unfortunately (or perhaps fortunately), we’re no different in the gaming world. Let’s take a look at the best games…

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Playstation Store Not Loading? Beat ‘Please Wait…’ by Initialising Your Console

If you’ve ever had a problem with your PlayStation Store not loading, then you’ll know just how downright annoying it is. You’ll know how disappointing it can feel to have your gaming time cut into by something that really shouldn’t be cutting into it. You’ll also know how infuriating it can be to see ‘Please wait…’ linger on your screen…

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The Best PS4 Adventure Games

Whether you already own a Playstation 4 or PS4 Pro or are just planning on picking one up in the very near future (and you really should), chances are you have a wish list of games that’s as long as a very long arm. There are so many incredible titles out there! We’re only four months into 2018 already we’re…

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Detroit: Become Human Won't Just Be a Game – It Delivers an Important Scenario and Message

Those wanting to get their hands-on Detroit Become Human don’t have long to wait – it releases on the 25th of May. It is also one such title that only PS4 owners will be able to enjoy since it is an exclusive – thanks Sony, without you, the gaming community would be stuttering. With that said, this article takes an…

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The Crew 2 - American Roadtrip Beyond the Roads

The first The Crew game was an interesting proposition that didn't manage to fully live up to the hype. It was still interesting in its concepts and the compressed map of the USA was impressive, but it fell a bit flat. The sequel, The Crew 2 aims to add character and polish to the idea. Let's see what's on offer.…

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