It seems that Sony has finally heard the cry of the fans, as this month’s PlayStation Plus lineup for July is a huge improvement over previous months in terms of game offerings. Let’s take a look at what you can get your hands on in July. Continue reading PlayStation Plus titles for July revealed
Xbox Game Pass, the monthly paid subscription service for Xbox One has only been available for about a month, and for what it offers, it’s a pretty decent service. That said, the selection of games available certainly needs a bit of work, and in July, new titles will be added to bolster the library. Continue reading Xbox Game Pass July update
Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy leaps onto PlayStation 4 this week in all its HD, remastered glory, however a few weeks back, there were rumours and suggestions hinting that it wouldn’t actually be exclusive to the platform. Whether this listing is wrong or they know something for certain themselves, another hint of its multiplatform-ness has arisen this week. Continue reading Crash Bandicoot release date outed for Xbox One?
Microsoft have begun teasing this year’s big Summer Sale on Xbox, which kicks off on June 30th, this coming Friday. The full list of titles and their prices haven’t been released yet, but a teaser video gives us some indication as to what to expect. Continue reading Xbox Summer Sale begins this week
There must be a summer sale on the way as this week’s Xbox Deals with Gold leave a lot to be desired. Last week we had a focus on Indie titles, and this week, it’s not much different, but you’ll probably be hard pressed to find anything worthwhile in the sales here. Continue reading Xbox Deals with Gold, June 27th
The rumours were true, and after a triumphant showing last holiday with the NES Mini, Nintendo have revealed the SNES Mini, hitting retail in September of this year. Better yet, it will include a never before released game, making it an ideal collectible and one for Super fans. Continue reading Nintendo announce SNES Mini, coming later this year
Ever since its announcement and bundled up tie-in with Call of Duty Infinite Warfare, it was only a matter of time before Modern Warfare Remastered found its way onto the shelves as a standalone release. Who knew though, that it would take as long as it did? And with last week’s rumours and internet-spread news of a boxed copy in select game stores, we knew it was finally happening. Continue reading Modern Warfare Remastered arrives next week
E3 2017 is firmly behind us and I’ve had time to fully digest what was shown to us. I thought it’d be fun to look back at some of my favourite announcements and some of the more cringe worthy parts that need to stop. Overall I thought this years E3 was a bit underwhelming but there were some glimmers of hope that were shown off so lets jump right in and see what impressed me.
Yesterday, Respawn revealed their 6th free DLC/update for Titanfall 2 which will release next week on Tuesday 27th on Xbox One, PS4, and PC. Check out the details, because it’s a good one. Continue reading Titanfall 2 – The War Games DLC Detailed
Good old SEGA. Still stuck in the 90’s, and still pumping out re-releases of said decade games, but can you blame them? The likes of Sonic the Hedgehog, Streets of Rage, Shinobi and Golden Axe, all titles we’ll remember forever. Speaking of forever, SEGA Forever will let you enjoy them on the go, for free! Continue reading SEGA classics come to mobile, absolutely free