Tuesday, September 18, 2018

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Looking back at 5 years of… Grand Theft Auto V

There is no denying that Grand Theft Auto V is an absolute juggernaut. It’s numbers speak for itself: Currently the 3rd best-selling video game of all time and one of the highest grossing entertainment products ever, it is essentially printing its own money, and I don’t expect it to stop any time soon.

Taking a look at the Kingdom Come: Deliverance – From the...

From the Ashes is a bit of DLC that is set near the latter stages of the campaign (you have to complete a certain main mission before you can even attempt the DLC) so there are some spoilers coming up if you haven’t played the base game yet.

Looking back at 10 years of… TNA Impact!

The wrestling portion of the video game market has been dominated by WWE (formerly WWF) for years now, fighting off their biggest rivals WCW in the process. There was another who tried to dethrone the leading brand in the late 2000s though, when Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (TNA) took their popularity to the next level with the release of a wrestling game. Ten years after the release of TNA Impact!, it’s time to look back at whether it was a success. Did TNA Impact! whip up a storm in the world of gaming like a hurricane coming through to leave a lasting legacy, or was it more of a failed attempt at cashing in on the rapidly growing promotion?

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Xbox Deals With Gold Sale Discounts: 18th-24th September 2018

It's that time of the week again - time for a brand new set of Xbox Deals With Gold discounts to hit the lives of all Xbox One and Xbox 360 gamers. If you're in need of a new game, but don't have stacks of cash to spare, then this can be a bit of a lifesaver. But what bargains are available for Xbox players via the Xbox Deals With Gold sale for 18th-24th September 2018? We've got the lot listed... 

Which of this week’s Xbox Live Deals With Gold bargains should you pick up?...

Got a little spare cash sitting in your wallet? Fancy buying a new game? Well, the Xbox Live Deals With Gold and Spotlight Sale is your best chance of grabbing some superb games at even better prices. But which of the multitude of Xbox games discounted over the next week or so are worth picking up, and which are worth leaving well alone? We take a look at the good, the bad and the ugly of the Xbox Live Deals With Gold and Spotlight Sale for 11th-17th September 2018. 

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Numskull Destiny 2: Forsaken Merchandise Review

Bungie recently released the latest expansion to their space FPS, Destiny 2, with the Forsaken expansion and to celebrate this, Numskull updated their already impressive Destiny 2 merchandise line-up. We got our hands on a couple of the new releases and let me tell you, these are very well-crafted pieces.

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The Gaming Hub Podcasts

The Gaming Hub Podcast Episode 120 – Cyberpunk 2077 Demo and...

This week, we discuss the Cyberpunk 2077 gameplay demo that was released to the public - what are we most excited for in the game and does the demo live up to the hype around it coming out of E3? We also share the features that impressed us most, and discuss why CD Project Red was right to not show the demo to fans until now.

The Gaming Hub Podcast Episode 119 – Would Xbox All Access...

This week, we discuss the rumored Xbox All Access program, which would give players an Xbox One S or X, Xbox Live Gold, and Game Pass for a monthly fee. Is this pricing model the way of the future, and who is it aimed at? Ultimately, is it a good deal for gamers?

The Gaming Hub Podcast Episode 113 – Xbox Could Be Offering...

This week we learned that Microsoft is rumored to be offering a streaming only console alongside the standard Xbox when Project Scarlett arrives next generation. Do we think a streaming console will be successful, and how many of us would buy it? On top of that, what should the price be for a streaming only box? Also, Microsoft is doing something amazing with the shipping packaging for people who order the adaptive controller, and we discuss this as part of Microsoft's commitment to inclusion in gaming.