The Month in Games – January 2021

Assassins travelling the globe, a comedic fright, a cult classic, and a twisted world await among the first gaming releases of 2021. Five Nights At Freddy’s: Core Collection A job like no other awaits in this collection. Freddy Fazbear’s Pizza is a beloved venue for families during the day, but by night it becomes a […]Read More

Gaming News: Sony Pulls Cyberpunk 2077 From PlayStation Store

In an unprecedented move, Sony announced that Cyberpunk 2077 has been removed from the PlayStation Store. The decision has come because of players noticing a significant difference in the quality of the game on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One compared to PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S and, most notably, PC versions of the game. Several […]Read More

The Month in Games: December 2020

As we bid 2020 farewell, the final gaming releases of the year include immersive wartime adventures, Greek gods and monsters, a battle against time (and a dragon), gang warfare prohibition style and a little game called Cyberpunk 2077. Empire of Sin Make your moves to control the streets of Chicago in this turn-based strategy. Set […]Read More

Golden Joystick 2020 Winners Announced

The winners of the 2020 Golden Joystick Awards have been announced. Like many other gaming events in 2020, this year’s awards ceremony was broadcast on social media, Twitch and YouTube. The pre-show, hosted by voice actor Travis Willingham, featured a look back at 2020 in gaming. With contributions from various figures within the gaming industry […]Read More

The Month in Games – October 2020

This month’s gaming releases include a trip to a galaxy far, far away along with a new tale from a beloved franchise, the chance to liberate London, an opportunity to test your skills on the pitch, and the chance to delve deep into untold horrors.Read More

Gaming News: PlayStation 5 Showcase Recap

Sony has announced more details about the upcoming release of the PlayStation 5. Revealing the details in an online presentation, Sony also gave fans a look at some of the titles that are in development for the next-gen console. First up was the announcement of Final Fantasy XVI. Featuring a medieval setting, fans got a […]Read More

Gaming News: September Ubisoft Forward Recap

Ubisoft has hosted their second Ubisoft Forward event. Streamed online, the event revealed new details about upcoming releases and new content for their existing titles. Shortly before the presentation began, Ubisoft released a video statement on social media from CEO Yves Guillemot, in which he addressed the recent scandals in the company. Included in this […]Read More

Gaming News: Xbox Series S Details Confirmed

Microsoft has officially unveiled the details of the Xbox Series S. Set to release in November, the Xbox Series S is a digital-only console that the company says will be the smallest console they have ever released in terms of size. The console will retail for $299 or £249.99 at launch. Microsoft also released a […]Read More

The Month in Games – September 2020

As summer draws to a close, gamers will be spoilt for choice as September’s gaming releases include the chance to be an icon of the pitch and the court, join Earth’s Mightiest Heroes, turn tricks in the skate park, duke it out in the squared circle and rise through the ranks of the Mafia.Read More

Gamescom 2020 – Opening Night Live Recap

Gamescom 2020 has officially begun with the Opening Night Live event. Hosted by Geoff Keighley, the event marks the start of the first all-digital Gamescom after the physical event in Cologne was called off due to COVID-19. The night began for the online with a short pre-show. Hosted by Kyle Bosman, the pre-show included a […]Read More

Gaming News: Fall Guys Breaks PS Plus Record

Sony has announced that Fall Guys is now the most downloaded game on PS Plus. The announcement came via a tweet from PlayStation Europe, congratulating developer Mediatonic on breaking the record. Launched in 2010, PS Plus offers PlayStation users a collection of games free of charge to download and keep for the duration of their […]Read More

Gaming News: Pokemon Go To Scrap Two Raid Tiers

Niantic has announced that two raid tiers will be removed from Pokemon Go. Announcing the news on the Niantic Support Twitter account, both 2-Star and 4-Star raids will be taken out of the game in a future update, with the Pokemon in those tiers being added to the 1-Star and 3-Star tiers. This shift will […]Read More