Wipeout Omega Collection Review

wipeout omega collection review

Platforms: PS4

Remasters are not usually something that get me excited but the Wipeout series was far enough into the ‘classics’ category to make it an interesting proposition. Having not played too much Wipeout as a child, but having played enough to remember how much fun it could be, I was primed and ready to be proven wrong with my possibly cynical opinion of remastered games. Who doesn’t want to maneuverer around wild and futuristic tracks in a hovering spacecraft whilst trying to attack enemy vehicles and stay in one piece! The best thing is there are 3 games in 1 here so you can enjoy Wipeout 2048, Wipeout HD and Wipeout Fury. Continue reading “Wipeout Omega Collection Review”

Best of E3 2017

This E3 had some highs but mostly consisted lows as many companies did not quite reach the hype I had envisaged. That said there were some great announcements within the sea of mediocrity that washed over E3 2017. Let’s take a look at the best moments of E3 this year as we recap all the pre-show conferences. Continue reading “Best of E3 2017”

E3 Predictions for Nintendo

Nintendo are slowly becoming a force to be reckoned with in gaming terms as their Switch console is building up Steam before a busy end of 2017. With a whole host of games upcoming, it looks like Nintendo will spend most of their Spotlight video talking through the biggest games to release on their latest console, including Splatoon 2, Super Mario Odyssey and Pokken Tournament DX. All of these games look tempting but most Nintendo fans are holding out for a shock announcement when their Spotlight event starts at 5pm BST/ 9am PDT on 13th June. Continue reading “E3 Predictions for Nintendo”

E3 Predictions for PlayStation

PlayStation go into this year’s E3 in a position of comfort. With the PS4 reportedly outselling the Xbox One by 3 to 1 it should come at no surprise but what Sony will Sony do to strengthen this position of dominance? The exclusive games have been on point and new hardware such as PSVR and the PS4 Pro have helped Sony to get a head start in these new areas of technology but how do they truly build on this and make sure Microsoft do not out shine them at this year’s E3? Well, the simple answer is to continue to support their hardware with more awesome games, which appears to be exactly what’s on their agenda. Continue reading “E3 Predictions for PlayStation”

E3 Predictions for Xbox

xbox e3

I have been an Xbox fan for quite some time and although the brand has seen much hardship in the latest console war, it is fair to say that Microsoft’s gaming platform is poised to potentially steal the show at E3. The Xbox One is not a bad piece of kit but with Project Scorpio around the corner then will Xbox be able to take on PlayStation’s dominance and Nintendo’s resurgence in the market. One thing is for sure, they need more than just Project Scorpio to revitalise their former gaming audience that have now defected to PlayStation! Check out their conference on 11th June at 10pm BST, 2pm PST. Continue reading “E3 Predictions for Xbox”