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First trailer for Game of Thrones video game series shown off by Telltale Games

First trailer for Game of Thrones video game series shown off by Telltale Games

By 20 November 2014

Telltale has been working on a Game of Thrones video game series based on the hit HBO television show, and in an attempt to whet your appetite, it has just released the first trailer for the upcoming series. The series tells the story of House Forrester... >>

61 incredible Snapmatic pics that show how good GTA 5 on PS4 and Xbox One can look

61 incredible Snapmatic pics that show how good GTA 5 on PS4 and Xbox One can look

By 20 November 2014

Earlier this year we published fan made pics taken from within the Xbox 360 and PS3 versions of Grand Theft Auto 5 that made us lick our lips in anticipation of the new-gen editions arriving. They looked so good that we wondered how PS4 and Xbox One... >>

Apart from first-person view, just how much better is PS4 and Xbox One GTA 5 to PS3 and Xbox 360?

Apart from first-person view, just how much better is PS4 and Xbox One GTA 5 to PS3 and Xbox 360?

By 20 November 2014

Ever since Rockstar unveiled the trailer for the new first-person mode of Grand Theft Auto 5 on Xbox One and PS4 it's all gamers have been talking about. Revisiting the game was always tempting, but that was the feature that sealed the deal. However,... >>

LittleBigPlanet 3 review: Dapper new threads
4.5 out of 5

LittleBigPlanet 3 review: Dapper new threads

By 18 November 2014

In a year when gaming has revolved around shooting aliens, shanking zombies, and slaying dragons, there's something wonderfully refreshing about playing a knitted Sackperson and running around inside the imagination. Or, as is the case in LittleBigPlanet... >>

5 reasons why the Xbox One is better than the PS4 one year on

5 reasons why the Xbox One is better than the PS4 one year on

By 17 November 2014

Last year, when the then next-generation PS4 and Xbox One consoles launched in the UK within a week of each other, we like the vast majority of gamers plumped for Sony's machine as the better for hardcore gaming. It arguably had the better launch game... >>

Sony PlayStation TV review: For the gamers
3.5 out of 5

Sony PlayStation TV review: For the gamers

By 14 November 2014

We've been waiting for the UK release of Sony's microconsole for quite a while. It was hinted that the PS Vita TV might make its way to regions outside of Japan at the end of last year - and now it's finally here, renamed the PlayStation TV, or PS TV... >>

Far Cry 4 review: A shooter like no other
5 out of 5

Far Cry 4 review: A shooter like no other

By 14 November 2014

All Ajay Ghale wanted was to scatter his mother's ashes in Kyrat. The only reason he returned home to the country of his birth was to fulfil her dying wish to be lost on the wind in Kyrat's wild and untamed landscape. He didn't plan on becoming embroiled... >>

Nvidia Grid explained: Forget PlayStation Now, this could change gaming forever

Nvidia Grid explained: Forget PlayStation Now, this could change gaming forever

By 14 November 2014

Nvidia perhaps surprised everyone by producing its game-centric Shield Tablet device which has received critical acclaim across the board - including a coveted Pocket-lint five-stars in our review - but it's second related launch of the year is perhaps... >>

What is PlayStation TV and do you need a PS4 to use it?

What is PlayStation TV and do you need a PS4 to use it?

By 14 November 2014

Sony has finally launched the PlayStation TV outside of its homeland Japan. It is now available in the UK for £85 (and the States), but what is PS TV and why should you consider it over the multitudes of other set-top-boxes out there? What if you don't... >>

Pro Evolution Soccer 2015 review: Hits the ground running
4 out of 5

Pro Evolution Soccer 2015 review: Hits the ground running

By 13 November 2014

The war was won by FIFA many years ago, but like an oblivious Japanese soldier, Pro Evolution Soccer - better known by its PES moniker - continues to lurk in the undergrowth, carefully biding its time. Perennially citing problems adapting to the new-gen... >>


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