A couple of mods I created for Blood Bowl: Chaos Edition
This text faq was resurrected from a failed hard drive, I am proud to present my incomplete guide to Cyberpunk: The Arasaka’s Plot never before released from 2007. It’s the most comprehensive resource on the game out there.
Original Gangstaz is an addictive game and it’s developers are crack dealers. One of numerous text-based social MMORPGs on iOS it features a free-to-play/pay-to-do-better approach to gaming that is incredibly costly. Take a look at our guide on how to get loot for free.
Original Gangstaz is a guilty pleasure for me on my iPod 2G. Having just got back in to it I wondered which Street Cred packs were the best value.
Will the latest Call of Duty finally give us something new?
Take a look at a guide on how to play Multiplayer Minecraft with just your friends for free.
3 lucky winner can win either a beta key for Hawken, a beta key for Planetside 2 or a Halo Banshee Prop for their Xbox avatar.
Scrolls is the next game from Minecraft creators, Mojang. A digital collectable card game combined with a board, it aims to provide a new experience in the genre that is only possible with a video game, rather than real cards.
A selection of screenshots from two adventurous survivors of Chernarus.
I have put a fair few hours in to the popular mod for ARMA II, and have been frequently spoiling myself with loot maps, loot tables, and weapon charts. The most recent chart that I found incredibly useful was one linked on the DayZ forums: “DayZ Complete Weapons Statistics” or “Man, Lee Enfield is Freaking …
As a follow up to my previous article on the Server Browser for consoles, I’d like to take you through the further customisation options available to us. These come in the form of new playlists available from DICE and the ability to rent your own server.
The server browser for Battlefield 3 on consoles is a godsend. Not perfect by any means – but as a means to customise your online experience it is invaluable.
Battlefield 3 had a variety of exclusive extras available to those who pre-ordered via various specific retailers. The most notorious of these was the “Physical Warfare Pack” which was available to Game/Gamestation customers only. Fan lashback was so strong that EA relented and said it would be available to all (for free) at a later unspecified time. That time has been and gone, you can download the pack now, but you can now also acquire all of the other content too. At a price.
This one slipped by me.
For a few years now, Team 17 have been updating and re-releasing Worms on various downloadable game services. They have always been the more successful 2D offering. The one title that really got me hooked though was there third 3D Worms game – Worms 4: Mayhem. An absolute blast in multiplayer it is an unusual but thoroughly entertaining night in with a few friends. How does Worms Ultimate Mayhem on Xbox 360 stack up?
I intend to get Mass Effect 3. Playing the demo for Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning unlocks an exclusive weapon and set of armour for Mass Effect 3. Therefore I played and completed the Reckoning demo.
In a nutshell – a better, more open and enjoyable Fable I, minus the humour. I initially just wanted to plough through the thing to unlock the ME3 gun, I ended up delaying the demo’s completion for some hours because I was having a fantastic time.
As always, I’ve found nit-picky holes in my new favourite online game-em-up, Battlefield 3. Maybe, one day, the holes won’t be there.
I learnt this time. After playing this demo for about an hour or so – I stopped. I was thoroughly enjoying it but realised I would have to play through this bonkers, story-dense section again when I got the final game. A fair few hours of Final Fantasy XIII was soured for me in the …