Review: Cell Damage HD

Updated: I’ve now had a chance to try all three versions of the game and this is reflected in the updated review below. Cel Damage arrived at a time when cel shaded games were a big thing. Back in 2001 it looked sharp and exciting and evoked memories of Wacky Races. The premise is similar to Twisted Metal, a mass demolition derby with big weapons …

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LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham shows off its cast

We don’t publish many trailers on the site, but this one just had to be added,mainly for the fact that at 2 minutes 40 Adam West turns up.  Yes, the 60′s Batman is in LEGO Batman 3.  

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Destiny Beta goes public – now available for everyone.

Bungie’s Destiny Beta has been the talking point of the internet for the last week or so, but many late-comers found themselves without a code to get in to the closed Beta. Well, now Bungie have tweeted that all platforms (that’s PS3, PS4. Xbox 360 and Xbox One) have switched to a Public Beta, which means that anyone can pop over to their selected online …

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Humble Bundle provides Square Enix classics for a small price

      Humble Bundles are always a good buy and you can feel good about the money going to charity, too. But sometimes a Humble deal comes along that’s worth shouting about. The Humble Square Enix Bundle gathers some classic Square games together for a minimum $1 spend, with more games available if you pay above the average and yet more if you pay …

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Review: Transformers: Rise of the Dark Spark

Transformers games have tended to fall into two camps; Those based on movies, which are often pretty shoddy affairs worth avoiding, and those based on original content, like the PS2 Transformers game and the two more recent High Moon titles, all of which are well worth playing. So with Activision’s latest gaming seemingly bridging the gap between the original and the movie tie in, does …

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E3 2014: So, what happened?

Every Year gamers and games journalists gather at E3 to hear all the news for the forthcoming year’s games.  There are few surprises these days, but 2014 was the year when Microsoft, Sony and Nintendo talked about games and, for once, actually showed them.

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Review: Tomodachi Life

Nintendo don’t do things by the book.  If you don’t believe me then check out Tomodachi Life, their new ‘life simulator’.

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Review: The Walking Dead Season 2 – Episode 3

As well scripted as this second season of Walking Dead is, Episode 3 feels like Telltale have just upped their own game by 100%.

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Xbox One Games with Gold goes live

Microsoft has launched their Xbox One version of Games With Gold, giving you 2 free games if you have an Xbox Live Gold Subscription.

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Wii U System Update now available

Nintendo have released the latest Wii U system update, bringing faster access to games from a new menu screen.

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