Destiny Receives ‘Best Game’ Award at 2015 BAFTAs


Bungie took home the ‘Best Game’ award at the 2015 BAFTAs for their highly controversial 2015 space epic, Destiny. Destiny was an extremely polarising title upon its release, and while I enjoyed it immensely it was met with a lot of derision from sections of the gaming community that felt short changed by the game’s lack […]

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Microsoft Acquires Minecraft Creator Mojang for $2.5m


Microsoft today announced the purchase of Minecraft creator Mojang for the hefty sum of $2.5m. Rumours began circulating a week ago that the two companies were in discussions over a possible acquisition by the computer software giant, but considering that the Minecraft developer has been one of the poster boys of independent gaming ever since Minecraft’s phenomenal success […]

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The Incredible Story of No Man’s Sky

No Man's Sky

No Man’s Sky – with its infinite procedurally generated, massively multiplayer universe – was undoubtedly one of the biggest hits of this year’s E3 conference. Developed by a small group of UK based developers, No Man’s Sky managed to steal the show without any of the pomp and bluster that typically accompanies E3 announcements; there were no […]

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Batman: Arkham Knight Looks Incredible on PS4

Batman: Arkham Knight

Rocksteady have just served up a first look at the next installment in their famed Arkham series of Batman games, Batman: Arkham Knight. Long story short: it looks incredible and perfectly demonstrates why this game is a next-gen exclusive and will not be appearing on the PS3 and Xbox 360. Featuring a myriad of Batman’s […]

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‘Halo 5: Guardians’ is coming to Xbox One in fall 2015

Halo 5

Microsoft and 343 Industries have announced the next-installment in the hugely popular Halo franchise, Halo 5: Guardians, via a blog post by 343 Industries’ General Manager, Bonnie Ross, detailing the future of the Halo franchise. Set for a fall 2015 release on Xbox one, Master Chief’s imposing frame graces the Halo 5 teaser image, confirming a return to action […]

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Independent Film Released Exclusively On Xbox


Pulp leads the way for Microsoft’s media strategy… Xbox is following in the footsteps of Netflix by distributing exclusive content over Xbox Live. British independent film, Pulp, will make its debut on Microsoft’s platform, with a Microsoft spokesperson informing the BBC that the company plans to secure more deals of this nature in the future. […]

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Review: Gears of War – Judgment

Gears of War: Judgment

The Xbox 360′s testosterone-fuelled swan song? There isn’t much to say about Gears of War that hasn’t been written countless times before. It’s undoubtedly one of the most beloved video game series of the 360 generation, going from ‘unknown IP’ to ‘legendary’ status in record time, as it quickly became one of Microsoft’s signature trump […]

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Dishonored To Receive New DLC

The Knife of Dunwall

Name, price and release date announced… Bethesda’s critically acclaimed first-person stealth game, Dishonored, is set to receive a shot in the arm this spring with the release of some fresh DLC. April 16th will see The Knife of Dunwall hit virtual shop shelves, setting you back 800 Microsoft points for the privilege of extending this […]

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Gears of War: Judgment – Launch Trailer

Gears in motion as launch day looms… With the March 19th release of Gears of War: Judgment drawing evercloser, Epic Games has stoked the flames by releasing a cinematic trailer for the upcoming release. Check it out below… So, what do you guys think? Are you excited for the new installment in the series, or […]

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February 20th: The Future of Playstation

Dualshock 3

The next generation of consoles is coming… Sony has announced a Playstation event for the 20th of February, and fans can expect to “see the future” according to a teaser video released by the Japanese company. Could this be the announcement for the next Playstation (codenamed ‘Orbis’)? With companies opting to hold their own events […]

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