Xbox Ultimate Game Sale is Live until 30th July

Everyone loves some money off of their game purchases and Xbox players will be able to save a pretty penny with some of the deals in Microsoft’s yearly Ultimate Game sale. Bag a bargain and save up to 65% on more than 700 Xbox games and if you’re an Xbox Live Gold member then you can save an additional 10%. It’s not just games that you can save on either as there are also discounts on 3 month memberships for both Xbox Live Gold and Xbox Game Pass. You have until 30th July on these deals so take a look and if any take your fancy then be quick. Continue reading “Xbox Ultimate Game Sale is Live until 30th July”

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Sea Of Thieves: Cursed Sails Will Launch on 31st July

Whilst my first impression of Sea Of Thieves was not great, I continue to look out for how the game develops as I still believe the game has great potential. With updates planned through the rest of 2018 to go alongside the previous patches and the Hungering Deep update from a couple of months back then there is still time for Rare to change my mind on this game. Cursed Sails is the next update that could cause me to re-review the game and is due to release on 31st July but what can players expect from this latest update? Continue reading “Sea Of Thieves: Cursed Sails Will Launch on 31st July”

Dead Cells Arrives Across All Platforms in August

Recently, I have found myself more interested in action platformers. Two have really stood out to me due to their glowingly positive reviews and whilst I am still playing through Hollow Knight (a review will be incoming soon!) the other platformer has just announced their release date – and it’s not far away. I’m talking about Dead Cells! Having started it’s journey in early access on Steam, this roguevania style platformer has slowly been bubbling away, evolving into what looks like a ruddy good game play experience. Just look at the Steam reviews and you can see the positive sentiment and now it’s coming out on PC, Xbox One, PS4 and Switch on 7th August. Continue reading “Dead Cells Arrives Across All Platforms in August”

Unannounced Nintendo Switch Titles Due To Arrive Before The End Of The Year

Cast your minds back to Nintendo’s E3 Direct presentation and you will remember there were quite a few people that left that experience disappointed. Don’t get me wrong, I am super excited for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate but the only new first party game to be announced for the remainder of 2018 was Super Mario Party. With brief footage for other games like Fortnite, Dragonball FighterZ amongst others, it’s easy to think the line-up looks sparse. Well, looks like Nintendo have been holding out on us! Continue reading “Unannounced Nintendo Switch Titles Due To Arrive Before The End Of The Year”

Sunset Overdrive 2 Leaked By Amazon Italy

The Xbox platform has a severe lacking of console exclusives, this has been made painfully clear by the gaming community and now Xbox are looking to fix that by acquiring 5 new studios, as revealed at E3 this year. Despite their plans to reinvigorate their console exclusive games, I have always wondered why they didn’t go gung ho into another Sunset Overdrive. Sure, the game didn’t sell as well as expected but it has proved its worth since joining the Xbox Game Pass service. Well, it looks like there might be a sequel in the Pipeline if you believe Amazon Italy! Continue reading “Sunset Overdrive 2 Leaked By Amazon Italy”

Fortnite: Battle Royale Switch Review

Platforms: Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, PS4, PC, iOS, Android

Fortnite: Battle Royale coming to Nintendo Switch was one of the big reveals from Nintendo’s E3 Direct. Sure, it was leaked and expected by the vast majority of gamers but we are talking about a title that has been so popular recently that being able to play in handheld is pure joy! Fortnite: Battle Royale has seen 2 million downloads in under 24 hours showing just how much people have wanted to play this game on Nintendo’s hybrid console but the real question is, how does it compare to all the other versions? Continue reading “Fortnite: Battle Royale Switch Review”

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