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Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare Blasts Off Into The Depths Of Space In First Trailer

Written by Stuart Thomas on 03 May 2016 at 10:30

Ladies and gentlemen we are floating in space; the Call of Duty series has officially blasted off into orbit with its next outing, Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare. It’s no half-cocked shoot-out on an orbital satellite either, this is full blown laser-toting spaceships duking it out in the vast abyss that is our solar system. Two rival factions have let their petty squabbles get a little out of control, you see, taking the fight to other planets. Hopefully it ends up with one of them trying to blow up the sun like a Machiavellian lemming. [More]

Up For Debate - How Much RAM Is Needed For A New Gaming PC Build In 2016

Written by Joffy S on 02 May 2016 at 16:00

Over the last year or so I’ve been looking at the newly released system requirements for AAA PC games with an increasing amount of concern. Where once I was sitting pretty with 8GB DDR3 memory, I’m now finding myself more and more behind the curve. Games like Batman: Arkham Knight, Quantum Break and Call of Duty: Black Ops III are all making increasingly light work of 16GB, prompting me to wonder just how much, and what, RAM is necessary for a new PC gaming build. [More]

Most Popular Games Check Performance Release Dates Days
1 Dark Souls 3 Apr-12-2016 Out now
2 Doom 4 May-13-2016 10 days
3 Overwatch May-24-2016 21 days
4 The Division Mar-08-2016 Out now
5 Quantum Break Apr-06-2016 Out now
6 Need For Speed Mar-17-2016 Out now
7 Mafia III Oct-07-2016 157 days
8 Hitman 6 Mar-11-2016 Out now
9 No Mans Sky Jun-22-2016 50 days
10 Far Cry: Primal Mar-01-2016 Out now
11 Rise of the Tomb Raider Jan-28-2016 Out now
12 Total War: Warhammer Fantasy May-24-2016 21 days
13 Forza Motorsport 6: Apex May-05-2016 2 days
14 Battlefield 5 2016? -
15 Black Desert Online Mar-03-2016 Out now
16 Mirrors Edge 2: Catalyst May-26-2016 23 days
17 Star Citizen 2016 -
18 Grand Theft Auto VI 2018? -
19 Naruto Shippudden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 Feb-05-2016 Out now
20 Battleborn May-03-2016 0 days

Fallout 4 - Wasteland Workshop Review : Wasted

Written by Joffy S on 02 May 2016 at 14:00

Those who checked out the Fallout 4 DLC schedule when it was announced will have immediately pegged Wasteland Workshop as the next Hearthfire. It’s the cheapest of the bunch at £3.99, and its description at the time didn’t exactly fill all but the most ardent settlement-building fans with confidence. It’s out now though, but is it worth your time? [More]

Up For Debate - What Do You Look For In A Gaming Chair?

Written by Joffy S on 02 May 2016 at 12:00

When it comes to console gaming your choice for where to sit is fairly standard. Usually on the nearest available couch. PC gaming is a little different though. I think most of us are probably using some form of mouse and keyboard, necessitating a desk. As we all know, sitting at a desk for hours on end is backbreaking work, unless you can get your hands on the perfect gaming chair that is. [More]

Space Hulk Deathwing Has Shades Of Republic Commando In First Gameplay Footage

Written by Neil Soutter on 02 May 2016 at 10:00

Everyone and his dog seems to be making a Warhammer game these days but, on the basis of the first gameplay trailer, Space Hulk Deathwing could well be one to stand out from the crowd. A first-person squad-based shooter, Space Hulk Deathwing is giving me some serious Star Wars: Republic Commando vibes, with you and your Space Marine buddies dropped into various derelict ships floating in space and tasked with clearing them out. [More]

Up For Debate - Publishers Charging More For Players To Access Games Earlier

Written by Joffy S on 01 May 2016 at 16:00

During the week it emerged that Microsoft and The Coalition are going to release a $99.99 Ultimate Edition of the upcoming Xbox One exclusive Gears of War 4. No great surprise there, it includes the base game and the £40 / $50 Season Pass, pretty much what we expect from a AAA multiplayer title these days. Where things get far more contentious however is Microsoft throwing a sweetener into the mix - buy the Ultimate Edition and gain access to Gears of War 4 four days earlier than everyone else. [More]

Crucial MX200 Solid State Drive Review

Written by Joffy S on 01 May 2016 at 14:00

While at times it can feel like the wait for SSDs to drop in price is never-ending, if you’re keeping your ears close to the ground you’ll notice there’s a change afoot. We’ve got our hands on the Crucial MX200 500GB, a SATA 2.5” internal drive, which launched last year for £210. That very model is now available for almost half the price, retailing for £112.98. While still expensive compared to its hard drive counterpart, it’s a sign of SSD storage entering an affordable age. [More]

You Can Now Pay For Games On Steam Using Bitcoin Cryptocurrency

Written by Neil Soutter on 01 May 2016 at 12:00

Bitcoin, that most infamous of currencies, is now a legitimate method to buy your Steam games. Valve’s storefront has joined the likes of GreenManGaming in allowing its users to use the cryptocurrency to stock up on more titles. For many this could be a handy method to bypass local restrictions preventing them from using credit cards for game purchases. [More]

Total War: Warhammers Hel Fenn Battlefield Looks Like A Nightmare For Infantry

Written by Stuart Thomas on 01 May 2016 at 10:00

Plain old Earth is kind of alright, but there’s only so many times you can battle over the fate of Carthage before tedium settles in. Total War: Warhammer’s fantastical world handily sidesteps real world banality, giving Creative Assembly free rein to go a bit nuts on the world building in Games Workshops' gritty world. The latest of Total War: Warhammer’s locales to be revealed is the eerie Hel Fenn, a misty bog which seriously negates the abilities of land units. [More]

What Are You Playing This Weekend - April 2016 Edition

Written by Joffy S on 30 April 2016 at 16:00

Ordinarily I’d suggest this lovely bank holiday weekend we’ve got coming up would be a great time to step outside and enjoy the sunshine. But it’s bizarrely just been snowing outside. Never change, England. Should it be a little on the colder side then there’s nothing better than battening the hatches and getting down to some serious gaming. April’s been a bit quiet, truth be told, but we’ve had the likes of Dark Souls 3 dropping to give us some serious playtime. [More]

Enter the Gungeon Review : Bullet Heaven

Written by JRschro on 30 April 2016 at 14:00

One of the most anticipated digital titles of the season arrived earlier this month. Enter the Gungeon is a feast of bullets, massive destruction, and cooperative action in procedural worlds. It's the work of Dodge Roll and published by retro-throwback pioneers Devolver Digital and, spoilers, it's a whole lot of insane fun. [More]

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