What could the cover star and debut trailer reveal mean for WWE 2K18?
Being one of the biggest brands in entertainment, constantly evolving with the times, WWE ensures it delivers a brand new video game each and every year to help keep fans up-to-date and in touch with the product. Having a huge name on your cover is often regarded as very important when drawing the attention of gamers. They’ve had The Rock, John Cena, Stone Cold Steve Austin and part-timer Brock Lesnar in recent years of the WWE 2K series. But they’ve broken the predictable mould for WWE 2K18, and breaking the mould suits the chosen star perfectly... it’s ‘The Kingslayer’ Seth Rollins.
June 16, 2017
5 of the best moments from E3 2017
It’s not easy picking the best bits of any E3, and this year with the announcements coming thick and fast, has made it even harder than usual. I've been tasked with watching all the relevant streams/conferences, and have just finished doing so after a frankly weird Ubisoft conference. It’s always good to see a video game legend like Miyamoto-san running around with a life size replica of a gun from a game featuring Mario and some Rabbids, after all!
What I intend to do in this piece is share with you my personal favourite parts of the whole E3 2017 experience
June 14, 2017
5 of the best moments from Ubisoft at E3 2017
Ubisoft always make you feel safe.
It must be their mix of laid back French style and range of brilliant IPs that we have fondly enjoyed for years, across many different console generations. They’re like the BMW of the games world - solid, stylish and consistent. But how did they fare this year?
June 12, 2017
EA @ E3 2017 : The 6 best things EA delivered
So E3 is in full swing and EA have delivered their usual presentation at EA Play. But what did I think of it?
June 9, 2017
Top 6 Xbox One games we want to hear more about at E3 2017
E3 is always a special occasion in the gaming calendar. Within the space of a few days we find out about the many different games that we can look forward to playing on our beloved consoles, and when we can expect them.
E3 isn’t just for gaming announcements though, as each year we continue to hear more and more about the exciting games that have already been announced throughout the year. So with just a few days left to go before the big event kicks off, here are our top 6 Xbox One games we want to hear more about at E3 2017.
June 8, 2017
The Top 6 Xbox One games we want to see announced at E3 2017
So, we’re at that time of the year already. E3 is just around the corner, and the excitement is building as we wait to find out which titles we’ll be saving up for in the coming months. But this year the usual rumour mill of what we can expect to see showcased on the biggest stage of them all has been heavily overshadowed by the excitement of the upcoming Xbox Scorpio, with the most talked about thing in recent weeks coming down to what price tag we can expect to see attached to Microsoft’s upcoming premium console.
So, we thought we’d rekindle the magic of what E3 is all about by bringing you our top 6 games we hope to see announced at E3 2017.
June 5, 2017
FIFA 18 gets its first official trailer and release details – is it pre-order worthy already?
Today, EA unveiled their first official trailer for the next instalment of their yearly football series, FIFA 18. The hype was strong for this one, but I’m never one to fall for hype and so now it’s live, did the trailer itself cause enough of a stir to send my excitement levels into overdrive? Should you be locking in those pre-orders immediately?
June 4, 2017
MCM Comic Con, Tekken 7 and being a Panda
I was lucky enough to have the experience of being invited to MCM Comic Con 2017 at the Excel Centre in London. A celebration of all things comic, TV, film, and games. Where people dress up as their favourite character, creature or hero. In my case I came sorted as a slightly out of shape, badly dressed, middle-aged man who likes games. It was an easy costume to put together.
June 1, 2017
Raiders of the Broken Planet Beta – How good is it?
Whether you’ve heard of Spanish studio MercurySteam or not, there is no denying you’re aware of their previous masterpieces. From the eerie domain of Clive Barker's Jericho, to the magnificent Castlevania: Lords of Shadow series, you can be pretty sure that if MercurySteam have had something to do with it, then it’s been a top title. So, when I was given the chance to jump into the closed beta of their latest title, Raiders of the Broken Planet on Xbox One, I knew it wasn’t one to be missed.
May 31, 2017
Are the free Xbox Games With Gold titles for June 2017 any good?
Each and every month Xbox gamers get access to not just one, not two, not even three, but four free Xbox titles with the Xbox Games With Gold scheme. This month however things are a little different, as five free goodies are coming the way of Xbox Live Gold subscribers thanks to Xbox Games With Gold for June 2017. But whilst the quantity is no doubt large, can the same be said of the quality of free gifts being sent our way during the next four weeks?
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