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19th May 2013
Mad Catz will tell you that the M.O.U.S.9 isn't a gaming mouse... it's a relative of the R.A.T.9 which is a hyper sensitive, mega customisable mouse of very similar birth. But from what I can tell, the M.O.U.S.9 is more than capable of play, work, the lot.
12th May 2013
Ever since it was announced in late 2011 amidst the overblown BF3 and COD: MW3 spat (that made it all look like a nonsensical playground fight), the buzz around Rockstar’s next offering hasn’t really come close to subsiding. And with the September 17th release date (as it stands) only getting >>
4th May 2013
Now, I know this might make me rather unpopular with Marvel fans, but I sit rather deep into the DC camp. So when I found out that there was a DC beat-em-up being made, I got a little excited.
30th April 2013
If you've been glued to the internet around the start of the year (And, let's face it, a lot of us are like that), then you will have seen a few videos on YouTube, and on Global Game Jam displaying an indie game about the trials and tribulations of a one armed surgeon, and his battle with a runaway >>
29th April 2013
If the question is ‘what’s more fun that bashing a zombie’s head in?’, it’s true that the correct answer is ‘bashing zombies’ heads in with friends’.
18th April 2013
Gameplay is fast, frantic and best of all, FUN! I'm not saying there haven't been frustrating moments, but Kratos' weaponry is fairly epic, and I gotta say, there was something special about the feeling that surged through me the first time I used magic.
18th April 2013
The first half hour is enough; after continuing the Bioshock tradition of journeying to a new world by means of a mysterious lighthouse, just wandering round the turn-of-the-century floating city of Columbia is an experience I found on par with exploring Fallout 3’s Megaton – you’ll have to >>
12th April 2013
In a world devastated by endless rehashes and sequels of apocalyptic and post-apocalyptic first person shooters, it always surprises me that I have such a soft spot for 4A Games’ Metro 2033.
27th March 2013
Eon Altar is a five player iOS, Android and Windows 8 game that allows one tablet to be used as the board, whilst five other devices are used as each player’s character sheet, allowing you to dynamically alter your character, equipment, stats, etc - whilst the main game continues on the center >>
26th March 2013
What I actually experienced here was a trip down memory lane, I instantly felt like a child again. It was just like playing Sega Rally Championship on the PC or at an arcade. That's the graphical style down to a tee, outdated yes, but tried and true.
12th March 2013
So, it's that time again, Blizzard have released something that makes me feel all excited in my geeky bits. I'll admit, Starcraft isn't one of their games that I've played a HUGE amount of, but as I've come to expect from Blizz over the years, they don't disappoint, and don't exclude; my time with >>
24th February 2013
The basic outline of the game is this - one boy sets off on an adventure in an attempt to save his mum... who died... because another version of her in another world has gotten herself in a spot of bother. Sound confusing? Throw in fairies (who are for some unknown reason, Welsh, and REALLY >>
24th January 2013
Devil May Cry is an awesome button bashing, style blaring franchise. I’ve been hooked on them since the first PlayStation 2 game and have eagerly awaited each sequel.