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Blake Lockwood
The E3 fallout has now dispersed itself nicely throughout the gaming community and has left gamers everywhere discussing in frantic glee their favourite reveals and debating who came away with the strongest showing. (It was Sony by the way.) Anyway… now that things have settled and I’ve finally gotten some time, I’m going to document...
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Sony delivered a huge amount of hype with their conference, revealing some tasty looking new IPs, returning names and even one or two genuine surprises. To summarise; God Of War Sony kicked off the show with the big reveal of God of War, showing off some gameplay and an older, beared Kratos, training his son...
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Following the big reveal of FIFA’s new game mode for this years instalment, we now have the official trailer for the main gameplay. There wasn’t much in a ways of reveals, but there are promises of revamped attacking options, set pieces and physical gameplay. The trailer features cover stars, Marco Reus, Anthony Martial, James Rodriguez...
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EA have just changed the fabric of their franchise forever with the release of this trailer that is comparable to NBA’s My Career Mode. The Journey is FIFA’s brand new mode, an authentic story mode, that follows the career of young Alex Hunter, an impressive youth who is about to start life at his first...
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Just a few days ago, NetherRealm revealed Injustice 2 with a short but sweet cinematic trailer which showed off the new big mechanic for the game, which is armour upgrades and character customisation. Today a new trailer has been released, this time giving us a nice chunk of gameplay, it is really does not disappoint....
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Injustice 2 has officially been revealed. The trailer features fighting sequences with Flash, Batman, Aquaman and Superman and seems to also give us a glimpse of Supergirl! There also seems to be an interesting emphasise on Armour Modifications, with both Flash and Batman making visible adjustments to their armour and seemingly gaining a momentum boost....
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Suicide Squad is getting closer and closer to it’s release date and the excitement continues to build, thanks in part to the newest posters and magazine covers that have been released. Here are two posters (the third as our as featured image) showing of the cast in some visually fantastic efforts. The great thing is...
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Video Games have always had a unique way of connecting individuals and one of the most compelling ways in which this is done is with fans sharing their own imaginative experiences and creating their own exciting and mind-blowing secrets and “factual” discoveries. Now 9 times out of 10, these were simply stories, just little pieces...
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Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End is Naughty Dog’s beautiful conclusion to the story of fortune seeker Nathan Drake. This story could have gone one of three ways and fortunately, it chose the correct path, at least in my opinion. See when you’re dealing with an incredible story that spans a series of games, movies or...
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When you consider real, genuine Horror icons, one name that will feature on just about any list is that of Michael Myers. The white faced, soulless, towering figure of destruction, most famously associated with spine shivering kitchen knifes, and brutal, inhumane murder, has been out of the spotlight for some time now but that is...
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News has today broken in rapid consistency through a number of media outlets that Daniel Craig is officially done as James Bond. The 48-year-old actor has allegedly rejected an offer of £68million for two more movies, having made up his mind by the time Spectre had finished filming. Craig had previously made £38 million across...
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Ever since the announcement of a Suicide Squad movie, and the subsequent reveal of Harley Quinn’s presence, it has become gradually clearer with each photo, trailer and general piece of news that Margot Robbie’s character is going to be one of the focal points and fan favourite characters. In a wise move by Warner Bros....
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If it wasn’t evident enough that I’m incredibly excited for Pokemon Go, then let this (my third time writing about the upcoming game) be a reminder. Now I live in England, and so this news isn’t exactly something for me to be too frantic over, but it does mean that the game is drawing closer...
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The Walking Dead is best known for its ultraviolent, drama heavy, emotional rollercoaster of an experience, one thing that isn’t as prominent is its sense of humour, although we know there is one there, and when we see it, it proves to be very funny indeed. Why am I saying this? Well, today it has...
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Rating – 9/10 The first thing worth mentioning is the sheer variety of things to see and do in Uncharted 4’s Multiplayer. There’s a number of game modes, and an entire section designed to not only improve a player’s skill level but also provide a challenging but rewarding system of dishing out boost points that...
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