Tagged with Multiplayer

Turtle Beach PX5 – Review

Turtle Beach PX5 – Review

The combination of videogame consoles and headsets has existed ever since the Sega Mega Drive landed in 1989. Bringing alongside its jaw droppingly beautiful 16-Bit graphics was full stereo sound, but only if you plugged in a set of £2.99 headphones from OurPrice. Times have changed, and the £2.99 headset now requires you to move the … Continue reading

Duke Nukem Forever: Review

Duke Nukem Forever: Review

Pure, simple, fun. For a game that has taken 15 years, multiple court hearings and four developers to complete, Duke Nukem Forever (DNF) is a glorious throwback to classic 1990’s first person shooters, and as stated by the Duke himself, “forever takes a long time” but thankfully not much has changed.

Battlefield 3: Multiplayer Gameplay @ E3

Battlefield 3: Multiplayer Gameplay @ E3

DICE have unveiled the first piece of public footage of multiplayer in Battlefield 3. Entitled “Operation Metro”, we are treated to all of 30 seconds of very exciting gameplay, in the same manner as the teasers earlier this year.

Gears of War 3 BETA – Review

If you haven’t already pre-ordered this game, do it. Do it now. So, the public Gears of War 3 BETA has been up for almost a week now and I can tell you that this game is simply amazing. Pure and simple, Epic have taken everything that was bad about the first two instalments and thrown it … Continue reading

Shift 2 – First Thoughts Review

Oh Dear Lord. This game makes me squeal like a pig in custard. Or, more relevantly, a fat bloke wedged into a turbo charged V8 Caterham Superlight 500, on a 150mph follow-through. I intend to be rampantly biased about this game as i’m a car enthusiast but then, i think that the fact that it keeps a … Continue reading

Ghost Recon: Shadow Wars 3DS Review

Now the initial hype has settled, and masses have had time to raise their concerns once more about little “James” feeling nauseous after playing with his new 3DS, because he is either too young to experience any form of stimulation, or can’t read the plentiful warnings on the product that states “play no longer than 30 mins” … Continue reading

Killzone 3 Review: Worth the wait…….

  War… What is good for? Several multi-million dollar video game franchises, apparently. 2011 has been unofficially dubbed by certain cynical members of the video games press as “The Year of the Shooter”, not that 2010 was necessarily a dry spell, and sequels are looking to make-up the bulk of the pack. Why so many … Continue reading