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  • Lifeless Planet Review | PressA2Join

    Posted by on May 13, 2015 under News
    Throughout the years science fiction films have often left Astronauts with only a robot for company, films like Prometheus and Silent Running show that an Astronaut’s life can be an incredibly lonely one at times. Long periods of time spent away from Earth deep in outer space, far from the comfort of loved ones. Isolation can be a hard feeling to Via Lifeless Planet Review | PressA2Join... more.
  • Mortal Kombat X Review – The Digital Fix

    Posted by on May 13, 2015 under News
    Mortal Kombat X is the third game from the nascent NetherRealm studio created by Warner Bros. after Midway - owners of the franchise - filed for bankruptcy in 2009. Each of the previous games put them in good stead for this tenth Kombat game - namely the reboot in 2011 plus Injustice: Gods Among Us, or Mortal Kombat: DC Comics Version. Via Mortal Kombat X Review - The Digital Fix... more.
  • ZTGD | Lifeless Planet Review

    Posted by on May 13, 2015 under News
    Justin Celani writes: Space exploration is a very fascinating yet intimidating thought. To think that we as humans are just on a tiny speck called Earth, in a vast sea of planets and galaxies. The potential of what we could find is astronomical to think of. Though what if you were sent to a planet light years away, with supposedly organic Via ZTGD | Lifeless Planet Review... more.
  • Slice Zombies for Kinect Review – TXH

    Posted by on May 13, 2015 under News
    Neil writes "No matter where you look, the humble zombie is most definitely the flavour of the month in the gaming community. From Garden Warfare to Call of Duty and Sniper Elite, the walking undead have turned up, created havoc and embedded themselves into the lives of gamers. The one safe bastion on Xbox One was the motion tracking, voice controlled Via Slice Zombies for Kinect Review - TX... more.
  • Lifeless Planet Review | Xbox Culture

    Posted by on May 13, 2015 under News
    Have you ever played a game that made you have a quizzical sense of exploration while going through a classic sci-fi story? If you play Lifeless Planet that is exactly what you get. Lifeless Planet was designed by David Board, composed by Rich Douglas and developed by Stage 2 Studios and has been a prime example of how a dream that Via Lifeless Planet Review | Xbox Culture... more.
  • Project CARS Review: Sunshine After The Rain | Dealspwn

    Posted by on May 13, 2015 under News
    Dealspwn writes: "There's a reason why "CARS" is capitalised. Project CARS is all about the love of cars, the joy of driving them, and it couldn't give a damn about anything else. While other developers love cramming the most vehicles and the biggest bloated feature sets into their games, Slightly Mad Studios have been obsessed with getting everything absolutely right. The Via Proj... more.
  • SW Battlefront Devs talk free DLC, development path and missing ironsights

    Posted by on May 13, 2015 under News
    MWEB GameZone writes: "Two of the most pressing questions about Star Wars Battlefront is if there will be 'EA DLC schemes' in the works for the game and how the lack of ironsights will affect gameplay. Thankfully, Star Wars Battlefront's Community Manager and its Design director have come to the rescue, answering community concerns." ( PC , PS4 , Star Wars Via SW Battlefront Devs talk f... more.
  • Lifeless Planet Review – Xbox One UK

    Posted by on May 13, 2015 under News
    A failed mission to an alien world is standard stuff for games, but the Lifeless Planet twist the discovery of an old, abandoned Soviet outpost on that world is a good one. What happened to this planet that was thought to be so full of life when your mission began 15 years ago? Is this really a Soviet base, or is Via Lifeless Planet Review - Xbox One UK... more.
  • Ultratron Review – TXH

    Posted by on May 13, 2015 under News
    Leigh writes "Puppy games and Curve digital might be familiar to modern-retro fans for bringing the impressive Titan Attacks to consoles, which gave us a futuristic makeover to the retro classic space invaders. This time Robotron 2084 is receiving the treatment and Ultratron has now landed on consoles and PC. You play as the last remaining humanoid battle-droid after an army Via Ultratron Re... more.
  • ZTGD | Krinkle Krusher Review

    Posted by on May 13, 2015 under News
    Sophie Halliday writes: Krinkle Krusher is a 3D tower defense game from Brazilian developer Ilusis Interactive Graphics. The premise is this: a wizard and his magic glove must defend the kingdom from nefarious creatures known as Krinkles. The player operates as the last line of defense, using the Wizard’s glove to cast spells and protect the Kingdom’s castle. ( Krinkle Krusher Via ZTG... more.
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