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Disney Infinity Discontinued

The toys-to-life game Disney Infinity has been discontinued, Disney Interactive has announced. Not only will the game cease to be produced but Disney is getting out of self-publishing games altogether by also announcing that the game’s developer Avalanche Software will close. In a statement on Disney Interactive’s blog, Avalanche Software’s CEO John Blackburn said: “From the beginning, Disney Infinity was built for you—our fans—and I wanted ...

Alicia Vikander Cast As Lara Croft

Academy Award winner Alicia Vikander has officially been announced as Lara Croft for the Tomb Raider reboot, 13 years after Angelina Jolie portrayed the iconic video game character for the last time, in the less than stellar Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life. The announcement comes weeks after the internet was rife with rumours that Daisy Ridley was ...

4 movies to watch in May

The month of May is looking to be a great one in terms of the movies that will be hitting the big screen. So, if you’re looking for something to watch but aren’t quite sure what’s going to be available, here’s a run down of some of the latest movies that are coming to the cinema!   X-Men: Apocalypse X-Men: ...

Is an Upgraded Playstation 4 a Good Idea?

The latest model or iteration of Playstation 4 has been spoken about by everyone apart from Sony and at this point it looks like a certainty.

It's fair to say that the reaction to the various rumours and leaks of recent weeks about the codenamed 'Playstation Neo' (or as it is referred to by the media, the Playstation 4.5/4K) have been mixed at best.

Some are open to the idea of greater graphical fidelity, smoother frame rates and the possibility of 4K gaming output but others feel a little cheated as they already bought a Playstation 4 recently or at launch and feel there should be a few more years left of Sony's latest console.

Much is still unknown about the console, its price and how Sony is going to market the device but there are some conclusions that can be drawn from recent revelations.
Splitting the Market?
Sony's Playstation 4 has been leading the way in terms of sales for a few years now and is outpacing its main competitor Xbox in the console space. The device has continued to sell at pace after launch and is br


5 Things I Want to See in Mass Effect Andromeda

Mass Effect Andromeda was announced by Bioware executive producer Casey Hudson back in November 2012 and since then we’ve heard very few details about the project. What we do know is that Mass Effect Andromeda will take place in the Andromeda galaxy, the game will not be a direct sequel to Mass Effect 3 and that the planetary transport the ...

Codemasters Acquires Evolution Studios

The British developer and publisher Codemasters has acquired Evolution Studios. This news comes a month after Sony announced it would be closing Evolution Studios, the developer of games such as DriveClub and MotorStorm. In a statement on their blog, Codemasters announced they would be expanding their portfolio of studios: “This expansion will not only see us gain a wealth of racing ...

Is VR The Future of Gaming?

With the recent announcement by Sony that Playstation VR will release October 2016 and with the upcoming consumer release for the Oculus Rift amongst other VR devices, many gamers have begun to question if the future of gaming is upon us. Like the leap from 2D to 3D graphics, is the next big step upon us? I decided to put ...

Rumour: New Details Surface About PS4K Including God of War 4


PS4K Could Launch with God of War 4 There have been numerous rumours online in recent weeks about the supposed ‘PS4K’ or ‘PS4.5’, a device from Sony with increased power and the ability to play games in 4K. Now new details have supposedly leaked about the device’s power, price and potential games at launch via NeoGAF user ‘OsirisBlack’ The device ...

Comic Cons ~ Paradise for Big Kids

In this fast-paced and stressful world we’re living in, it’s hardly surprising that the desire to escape to another universe is strong from time to time. One of the most popular events for letting off steam, indulging your inner or outer geek and blatantly enjoying hobbies such as film, television and gaming, is a Comic Con. They provide an opportunity ...

Game developer sues Youtube critic for $10 Million

Jim Sterling a videogame critic on Youtube has a nemesis and it’s game developer Digital Homicide. On March 16, Digital Homicide formally filed a lawsuit in Arizona District Court, making the accusation that Sterling of “assault, libel, and slander” to the tune of $10 million. Digital Homicide claims that Sterling,  has “falsely accused [Digital Homicide] and caused damage” to the company. According to ...

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