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  • Project CARS with a Thrustmaster T300RS, TP3A and a TH8A

    Posted by on May 13, 2015 under News
    Vic B'Stard writes "With the long awaited crowd developed racing simulator Project CARS now on the shelves, it may be time to consider getting a decent racing set-up. Read on as I put the pedal to the metal and take some top-of-the-range kit from Thrustmaster out for a road test. Now, I love racing games but, apart from the occasional dalliance Via Project CARS with a Thrustmaster T300RS, TP... more.
  • Project CARS Review – Pure Racing | PSLS

    Posted by on May 13, 2015 under News
    PSLS - Over the years we have seen various types of racing titles that are constantly trying to outdo their competition by having more cars, more tracks and better visuals. Well, we finally have a new contender that has not only found a way to keep up with the current lineup of games already out, but also use its own voice Via Project CARS Review – Pure Racing | PSLS... more.
  • Lifeless Planet Review | PressA2Join

    Posted by on May 13, 2015 under News
    Throughout the years science fiction films have often left Astronauts with only a robot for company, films like Prometheus and Silent Running show that an Astronaut’s life can be an incredibly lonely one at times. Long periods of time spent away from Earth deep in outer space, far from the comfort of loved ones. Isolation can be a hard feeling to Via Lifeless Planet Review | PressA2Join... more.
  • One Piece Pirate Warriors 3 Interview

    Posted by on May 13, 2015 under News
    "Hisashi Koinuma-san on the PS4, Kizuna System, Creating Characters — Koinuma-san Wants to be Powerful? If you’ve read my One Piece Pirate Warriors 3 preview you’ll already know I was very impressed by the game. It could very well be the best Musou game yet. But what does it take to make the Musou formula so fresh? I asked Hisashi Koinuma-san…" Via One Piece Pir... more.
  • Slice Zombies for Kinect Review – TXH

    Posted by on May 13, 2015 under News
    Neil writes "No matter where you look, the humble zombie is most definitely the flavour of the month in the gaming community. From Garden Warfare to Call of Duty and Sniper Elite, the walking undead have turned up, created havoc and embedded themselves into the lives of gamers. The one safe bastion on Xbox One was the motion tracking, voice controlled Via Slice Zombies for Kinect Review - TX... more.
  • Castlevania Mastermind Koji Igarashi Spills Details On Bloodstained

    Posted by on May 13, 2015 under News
    GI: After leaving Konami a little over a year ago, Castlevania: Symphony of the Night creator Koji Igarashi is turning to Kickstarter to help fund his next game, Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night, a 2.5D adventure that appears to be heavily inspired by the brand he helped create. Symphony of the Night fans will be happy to know that Bloodstained sounds Via Castlevania Mastermind Koji Igarashi Spi... more.
  • Project CARS Review: Sunshine After The Rain | Dealspwn

    Posted by on May 13, 2015 under News
    Dealspwn writes: "There's a reason why "CARS" is capitalised. Project CARS is all about the love of cars, the joy of driving them, and it couldn't give a damn about anything else. While other developers love cramming the most vehicles and the biggest bloated feature sets into their games, Slightly Mad Studios have been obsessed with getting everything absolutely right. The Via Proj... more.
  • Q&A: Castlevania’s Koji Igarashi returns with new game, Bloodstained

    Posted by on May 13, 2015 under News
    Gamasutra: As we'd guessed from the Sword or Whip teaser site and other hints, Castlevania maestro Koji "IGA" Igarashi has indeed returned with a new game in the vein of the series that produced for most of the 2000s -- Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night. Bloodstained, unsurprisingly, marks Igarashi's return to his signature style of game, the "metroidvania" -- so named Via Q&A... more.
  • Lifeless Planet Review | Xbox Culture

    Posted by on May 13, 2015 under News
    Have you ever played a game that made you have a quizzical sense of exploration while going through a classic sci-fi story? If you play Lifeless Planet that is exactly what you get. Lifeless Planet was designed by David Board, composed by Rich Douglas and developed by Stage 2 Studios and has been a prime example of how a dream that Via Lifeless Planet Review | Xbox Culture... more.
  • Watch The Witcher 3’s opening cinematic

    Posted by on May 13, 2015 under News
    With The Witcher 3's release nearing ever-closer, the opening cinematic for the game - shown prior to the title screen - has been released online. The cinematic itself seems to provide a brief recap on some of the events that occurred in the previous The Witcher games - a useful feature for newcomers to the series. Click the link to watch Via Watch The Witcher 3's opening cinematic... more.

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