SimCity BuildIt adds new PvP

Today, EA Mobile’s popular building game SimCity BuildIt is adding a new Club Wars feature, that introduces real-time player vs player (PvP) action to the iconic city-building experience for the first time in the franchise. With Club Wars, players who are at level 18 or higher and part of a Mayor’s Club can declare war on other cities. Once the battle begins, teams can unleash crazy disasters on o...[Read More]

Project Cars 2 Review

If you were a gamepad racer it was hard to like Project Cars. The handling was painful and it required a bit of tweaking if you wanted to get it anywhere near playable. However, in my opinion, just like an Alfa Romeo, on a good day when everything was dialled in, it was glorious. The changing weather was the best you’d find and the constantly changing community events were a great way to kee...[Read More]

Surf World Series launching on PS4/Xbox One/PC tomorrow

Portsmouth, UK, 29th August 2017 – Vision Games Publishing and Climax Studios today announced that Surf World Series will be releasing today (August 29th) on PlayStation 4, and tomorrow (August 30th) on Xbox One and PC (Steam), priced at £11.99 / 14.99€ / $14.99. A free demo version of Surf World Series is also available now on all platforms. In Surf World Series, players will take to the wa...[Read More]

Cat Sorter VR announced from Pawmigo Games

Dammit. Now I want to play it. Enjoy the details. GLENDALE, Calif., (August 10, 2017) – Independent game developer and publisher Pawmigo Games today announces Cat Sorter VR, a virtual reality game that is paw-sitively fun for all ages and will be available for the HTC Vive platform via Steam on August 29. The game uses intuitive controls set in VR to task players with sorting and rebuilding defect...[Read More]

All Aboard Railway Tycoons! New E3 2017 Gameplay trailer released for Railway Empire

Go back in time to the 1830’s and build your own railroad empire from the bottom in RailWay Empire! Check out the trailer below! Ridgewood NJ, June 14, 2017 – Kalypso Media and Gaming Minds Studios have today released a new gameplay trailer for their upcoming tycoon simulation game Railway Empire which is scheduled for release in Q1 2018 for PlayStation®4, Xbox One, PC and Linux. Starting in...[Read More]

DiRT 4

I am a big motorsport fan. There is barely a formula I won’t watch and have been following the main categories for as long as I can remember. I have a huge appreciation for any driver who has reached the pinnacle of their chosen category as it takes a certain kind of someone to drive cars consistently fast. However, there is one form of motorsport whose drivers I hold in the highest regards....[Read More]

EVE: Valkyrie digital download gets price drop

Get that VR headset out and get ready to fly. Official details below. June 7, 2017 – CCP Games are excited to announce that from today, the digital download edition of EVE: Valkyrie™ – the virtual reality space combat shooter set in the EVE universe – will be available to purchase for $39.99/£29.99/€39.99, a 33% reduction from the game’s original suggested retail price (SRP...[Read More]

Finding a way to beat “Beat Cop”

  “Beat Cop” in essence is synth wave culture packaged into a grimy, blood-soaked adventure. In the opening sequence, the game is prefaced by a paragraph that sums up what is to unfold. When I first started the game I was immediately compelled to read every line out loud for my own amusement. The dialogue is arguably the most immersive part. The pacing at times feels a little slow...[Read More]

Update released for Starpoint Gemini Warlords

Haarlem, The Netherlands – January 31, 2017 – Little Green Men Games and Iceberg Interactive released their biggest update today for Epic space simulation PC title Starpoint Gemini Warlords. With the release of the ‘Conquest’ update, developer Little Green Men Games integrates the much anticipated fleet management feature with real-time fleet movement, fleet leaders and fleet followers. The reputa...[Read More]

Football Manager 2017

For as long as I can remember there has been one game that has been my go to when all I wanted to do was while away a few hours; Football Manager. I’ve yet to miss an instalment and played almost every version prior to its name change. It has come a long way since its days on the Amiga and with every iteration, it is slowly moving away from the rather unflattering tag of being called a glori...[Read More]