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News: Batman: Arkham Origins' PS3 Expansion Is as Cold as Ice

Batman: Arkham Origins' PS3 Expansion Is as Cold as Ice

Revenge is a dish best served cold

What’s cooler than being cool? That’s a question that you should probably pose to DC Comics antagonist Mr. Freeze, but it may be best to wait until he’s in a good mood. While industry attention may be firmly fixated on the upcoming Batman: Arkham Knight, developer Warner Bros Montreal hasn’t finished with...

Push Rewind: Management, Morpheus, and Minecraft

Management, Morpheus, and Minecraft

The calm before the storm

There’s no doubt that we are now deep in the pre-E3 lull. Sony may have hastily announced The Last of Us Remastered this week, but we get the distinct impression that it didn’t want to. As such, we suspect that any Earth shattering stories that hit the headlines over the coming months will be leaks from the Los...

Review: Invizimals: The Lost Kingdom (PlayStation 3)

Invizimals: The Lost Kingdom (PlayStation 3)

Finders weepers

Once upon a time, titles like Invizimals: The Lost Kingdom were ten a penny. The movie tie-in boom ensured that supermarket shelves were crammed with action platforms, each bearing colourful characters on the cover and containing gameplay more average than the mathematical mean. Gradually, consumers started to realise that these...

News: Here's How Kojima Made Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes Look So Foxy

Here's How Kojima Made Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes Look So Foxy

Graphical grunt

Do you want to know how Hideo Kojima made Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes look so good? Are you eager to learn how every follicle of Snake's facial fleece was fashioned to a fine finesse? Is all of this alliteration making you physically ill? If you answered yes to any of the above questions, you're in for a treat, as Konami has...

Interview: How Renegade Kid Embraces PlayStation Survival Horror Classics in Cult County

How Renegade Kid Embraces PlayStation Survival Horror Classics in Cult County

It's a storm out there

While Kickstarter may be rife with new blood trying to get their first foot through the game development door, there are also veteran studios using the crowd sourcing format to create the titles of their dreams, with big name outfits such as Obsidian Entertainment and Double Fine successfully funding releases through the...

News: Tales of Zestiria's Fifth Playable Character Makes This JRPG Party Special

Tales of Zestiria's Fifth Playable Character Makes This JRPG Party Special

They're multiplying

It's not odd in Japanese RPGs to have that single character who's a bit different from the rest of the party. Whether they're a ghost forever haunting an entire franchise or a robot controlled by one of the enemies, there's always one. When Tales of Zestiria, the latest flagship title in the long running Tales series, revealed...

News: You Won't Have to Pay for Any Additional Party Members in Dragon Age: Inquisition

You Won't Have to Pay for Any Additional Party Members in Dragon Age: Inquisition

Thank the Maker

Canadian developer BioWare is no stranger to fan backlash and general gamer outrage, but with the upcoming Dragon Age: Inquisition, the studio is striving to hit all of the right notes in order to win back the series' somewhat fractured audience. Speaking to the Official Xbox Magazine, creative director Mike Laidlaw confirmed that...

First Impressions: Beating Up Siblings in JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: All Star Battle

Beating Up Siblings in JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: All Star Battle

Keep it in the family

For the uninitiated, the constant wave of previously Japanese-only titles getting a Western release can be extremely daunting. Despite the recent successes of Persona 4 Golden, Catherine, and even the likes of Demon’s Souls, there still exists a barrier that very few people are willing to cross in the name of newer, more...

News: You May Be Seeing New Info on The Last Guardian in the Near Future

You May Be Seeing New Info on The Last Guardian in the Near Future

That's the theory

While it may feel like we're beating a dead horse – or, more appropriately, a dead giant dinosaur-bird-thing – we really would like Sony to just tell us what's going on with The Last Guardian. Honestly, we wouldn't even be that mad if the Japanese giant had cancelled the game. Okay, maybe we would be pretty mad, but that would...

First Impressions: Sliding Down the Slipway with Short Peace: Ranko Tsukigime's Longest Day

Sliding Down the Slipway with Short Peace: Ranko Tsukigime's Longest Day

Ranko's Creed

In case you're unaware, Short Peace: Ranko Tsukigime's Longest Day is not technically a game in the normal sense of the word. Instead, it's a rather big bundle of delight, featuring four short anime movies from acclaimed directors who brought you cult classics such as the 1988 blockbuster Akira, and a rather quirky gameplay segment...

Store Update: 9th April 2014 (Europe)

9th April 2014 (Europe)

Flyin' high

It’s all soccer spreadsheets and spacecrafts on the European PlayStation Store this week, with Football Manager Classic 2014 and Strike Suit Zero: Director’s Cut being the big new additions. Other highlights include The Wolf Among Us: Episode 3 and LEGO The Hobbit, while it’s also worth