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  • Is the Tony Hawk Franchise Worth Continuing?

    Posted by on May 13, 2015 under News
    It is not hard to listen to the song “Superman” by Goldfinger and immediately think of Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater. Just thinking about all the aspects of the first few installments will bring anybody back to a much simpler time. From the excellent level design to the iconic music, the Pro Skater franchise from the late ’90s to the early 2000s Via Is the Tony Hawk Franchise Wor... more.
  • JRPGs I Should be Playing (Other than Final Fantasy)

    Posted by on May 13, 2015 under News
    Actiontrip: I know I’m known as the CE Queen right now, but years ago, I was the JRPG Queen. Zippers. Big swords. Airships. Spikey hair. Protagonists with severe memory loss. I was all over every single one of them. Somewhere down the line, probably around the time when Arc Rise Fantasia released (God, I shudder to remember that JRPG), I fell Via JRPGs I Should be Playing (Other than Final ... more.
  • Project Root Review | TSA

    Posted by on May 13, 2015 under News
    TSA: The game is a very simple twin stick shoot ‘em up, where the left stick controls your movement around the map and the right stick controls the rotation of your craft, but in this case it actually revolves the world round you whilst you remain pointing upwards on the screen. You have two weapons, one for airborne craft and the Via Project Root Review | TSA... more.
  • MWEB GameZone | Project CARS – Racing the Slightly Mad Way

    Posted by on May 13, 2015 under News
    MWEB GameZone writes "Project CARS is one of the most anticipated console racing games released this year. There are two major reasons for this. First and most important, it's a viable competitor to the Forza Motorsport series. It's also the first simulation-oriented racer to appear on the PlayStation 4. Second, its creators were behind some of the most compelling simulators created. Via MWE... more.
  • Explore the sandbox with these amazing open-world games

    Posted by on May 13, 2015 under News
    Open-world is one of the most fun and innovative genres to watch evolve across all of gaming. Every year the maps get larger, the people and environments becomes more interactive and realistic, and the amount of freedom you can experience from roaming around a virtual world grows and grows. Here are a handful of recent and up-and-coming titles perfect for losing Via Explore the sandbox with these... more.
  • Dressed to Impress – Devil May Cry 4: Special Edition Showcases Playable Trish

    Posted by on May 13, 2015 under News
    Kane Bugeja of SnapThirty writes: If there’s one thing Devil May Cry has going for it, apart from the chaotic combat, it’s style. From the characters to the actual fighting mechanics, this franchise wants you to dispatch demons with flair. To help with said goal, Devil May Cry 4: Special Edition is providing a larger roster of playable characters who all Via Dressed to Impress – Dev... more.
  • Star Wars Battlefront: What We Know, What We Want

    Posted by on May 13, 2015 under News
    Below you’ll find a new video series dedicated to the new Star Wars games which is slated to be a call back to a franchise so very near and dear to our hearts. Some quick tips to increase your viewing pleasure: Star Wars Battlefront will NOT allow iron sights, squads or classes. Battlefront will include XP, load outs and other popular Via Star Wars Battlefront: What We Know, What We Want... more.
  • Wolfenstein: The Old Blood Review – KSalue

    Posted by on May 13, 2015 under News
    FreakOrama writes: "It's worth its price for the content and quality that you'll get, but if you didn't like the main game then you'll probably won't like this one, but for me I'd wholeheartedly recommended getting and playing this game as I did immensely enjoy the main game. I was happy killing Space Nazis, and I'm happy now killing Nazi Zombies. Via Wolfenstein: The Old Blood Review - KSal... more.
  • Playing Catch Up – Tim Schafer’s coin purse

    Posted by on May 13, 2015 under News
    Playing catch up is a Weekly feature where GSR editor Ollie shares his thoughts on the weeks news, reviews and releases. It's a lighthearted affair but also deeply passionate. This week examines dodgy dealings with Tim Schafer and a upsetting game that won't be named. ( Android , Broken Age , Culture , Double Fine , iPad , iPhone , Mobile Via Playing Catch Up - Tim Schafer's coin purse... more.
  • What can Yooka-Laylee’s animal duo actually do?

    Posted by on May 13, 2015 under News
    Official PlayStation Magazine: With a team consisting almost entirely of former Rare developers, Derby-based studio Playtonic Games is no stranger to crafting iconic characters. After all, this is the pool of talent that gave us Banjo, Kazooie and most of the modern Donkey Kong clan. So with its Kickstarter campaign for old school 3D platformer Yooka-Laylee bagging its £175k goal within Via... more.




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