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Final Fantasy XV DLC review: Fun but should have been in the main game

Reviewed on: Playstation 4. Copy supplied by publisher. Releasing in November 2016, Final Fantasy XV is the latest numbered entry in the hugely popular RPG series, and in the opinion of many also one of the best. A true departure from the usual format of the Final Fantasy games, XV saw the return to a massive, open world and player freedom, with all manner of gameplay features that meshed together...[Read More]

Life is Strange Before the Storm review: Lacking Burch

Reviewed on: Playstation 4. Copy supplied by publisher. A prequel to the almost universally adored Life is Strange, Before the Storm is a smaller outing this time, consisting of only three episodes. It focuses on Chloe as the protagonist, as well as Rachel, a name anyone who’s played the original game will be very familiar with. Rachel was the girl who went missing in the first game, and Bef...[Read More]

Square Enix partner with Marvel and announce The Avengers Project

If the overwhelming number of movies aren’t enough for you, it looks like we’re about to see a whole new side of Marvel with a series of games. Today it was announced that the beloved comic book company will be teaming up with Square Enix for future video game projects, the first having a working title of The Avengers Project. A press release from Marvel hints that The Avengers Project...[Read More]

Final Fantasy XV review: More than just a sausage party?

Reviewed on: Playstation 4. Copy supplied by publisher. When your game has been in development for more than 10 years, has had name changes and several delays, it’s hard enough to live up to the hype. When your game is one of the most famous, successful, and highly anticipated RPG series of all time, it’s even more of a challenge. This is the mammoth task that falls on Square Enix̵...[Read More]

Hitman retail release date revealed

The decision to make the latest Hitman game a digitally distributed episodic game turned a lot of heads when the news dropped just two months before we were all expecting the full game to launch. Much like Telltale made games, players could either purchase a season pass to get all the episodes/locations downloaded as they became available or opt to purchase each one separately, potentially at a hi...[Read More]

Hitman Review: 47 ways to die

-Aaron Birch Reviewed on: Playstation 4. Copy supplied by publisher. As a fan of the Hitman series, one who’s played every entry so far, including the first, PC-only title, I’ve seen IO Interactive’s flagship series evolve over the years in ways both good, and bad. What started out life as an unapologetically challenging and unique game quickly established a formula of stealthy k...[Read More]

Hitman’s physical release date shifts to 2017

  The Paris introductory episode for the new Hitman game is out now, marking the first of the six episode digital release plan announced two months ago. Following that announcement, the question of when to expect the complete package to come out in retail stores has been on many players’ lips. Square Enix had said a physical retail release of the game was aiming to come out later in 201...[Read More]

Square Enix Episode I: The Phantom Episodes

  [THIS ARTICLE HAS BEEN UPDATED TO FIX ERRORS IN PRICING BECAUSE I SUCK AT MATHS] Back in December last year the internet collectively lost its shit when Square Enix revealed that the Final Fantasy VII remake will be episodic. It seemed a strange choice in a remake that is filled with strange choices. Today a similar announcement was made about the upcoming Hitman game, which it turns out wi...[Read More]

My greatest gaming failure

– Kyle Tander My greatest gaming failure needs to be introduced with a confession, and I beg the internet to please not hate me. Promise? OK, here goes: I have never played Final Fantasy VII, or any Final Fantasy game for that matter. I know it’s really bad to have never properly touched one the most renowned gaming franchises of all time, and before the internet hunts me down for such blasp...[Read More]

Final Fantasy VII Remake news sure pissed people off

  The Playstation Experience conference last week unveiled a whole bunch of new looks at upcoming games and technology, though the latter is hard to show and really needs to be experienced to sell it. Possibly the biggest reveal of the show though was seeing the new Final Fantasy VII Remake in action, including cutscene graphics, voice acting and some combat gameplay. Certainly looks like a r...[Read More]

Failure looks so much better than success in Just Cause 3

  It’s been nearly a week since the world was given access to the glitchy, padded yet incredibly fun chaos simulator Just Cause 3. Sure, the game has a story but that’s not what anyone is playing it; they’re playing it so they can do barrel roll plane crash landings into water towers and casually walk away from them. View post on imgur.com Cool guys don’t look at ruine...[Read More]

Play Arts Kai make new MGS V figures

– Chelsea Edwards Play arts Kai have a new set of Metal Gear Solid V figures up for preorder; including D-Dog. For those not familiar with Play Arts Kai, it is a line of high quality action figures from Square Enix. The MGSV line already has two variants of snake, (Venom ver. and GZ ver.) as well as Quiet, Burning Man and Skull Face. You can now preorder Tretij Rebenok, Ocelot, D-Dog, and of...[Read More]

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