The Technomancer Review | Is there life on Mars?

It’s been a while since I sank my teeth into a decent sci-fi RPG. My love affair with the genre dates back to the criminally underrated Anachronox, & more recently the Mass Effect trilogy. As such, I was intrigued to play through The Technomancer – from the makers of Mars: War logs – ahead of […]

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Master X Master Alpha Playtest Key Giveaway | Claim yours right now!

The lovely folks over at NCSOFT will be holding the first Alpha Playtest for their upcoming action MOBA Master X Master this weekend – running between June 24-27, beginning at 5pm BST and closing at 11pm BST on the 27th – and we’ve managed to secure 200 codes that will grant access to it! For […]

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Dreamfall Chapters – Book Five: Redux Review | All good things…

Before we dive into our assessment of Dreamfall Chapters’ finale, a few bits of housekeeping. You can catch on what we thought of the previous episodes with the following links – Book One: Reborn Review, Book Two: Rebels Review, Book Three: Realms Review, and Book Four: Revelations Review. As with all our episodic reviews, we […]

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Sony E3 2016 Press Conference Highlights | All about the games

The annual endurance test that is trying to stay up to watch the Sony press conference commenced in the early hours of this morning, and with the PS4 Neo skipping the show it meant Sony could focus on showing the games. That’s exactly what they did, was several surprises thrown in. You know, like composer […]

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Ubisoft E3 2016 Press Conference Highlights | Open & strange new worlds

It was always going to be hard to top Microsoft’s presser earlier today, but Ubisoft came out swinging as best as it could this year. Aisha Tyler once again did a sterling (pun intended) job of the hosting duties, with a few surprises thrown in that caught me off guard. I wouldn’t say it was […]

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Why OSVR might finally bring me into Virtual Reality

There have been two huge barriers that have stopped me from considering (and as such, trying) VR headsets like the Oculus Rift and the HTC Vive. Firstly, the cost of getting one (beyond that of building a system capable of running it) was well outside my budget. Secondly, programs being locked to specific headsets had […]

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EA E3 2016 Press Conference Highlights | Tease Effect

If I could describe the EA Play event in one word, it would be “tease.” It doesn’t help that a number of announcements were spoiled ahead of time, such as Titanfall 2’s single player that looks to mash up Attack on Titan with Fable 2’s dog (it’s going to happen, isn’t it), but it was […]

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