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DmC: Devil May Cry Definitive Edition Review

by Sean Humphreyson March 25, 2015
When DmC: Devil May Cry was released in 2013 in the twilight of last gen, it was praised by critics for its snappy gameplay, over-the-top dialogue and surreal art direction. The new version of Dante and his hack’n slash journey through the parallel demon realm of Limbo in order to take down the demon king Mundus […]
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DmC: Devil May Cry Definitive Edition Available Now

by Sean Humphreyson March 11, 2015
Ninja Theory's re-released, rebooted remaster hits store shelves in the form of DmC: Devil May Cry Definitive Edition.

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Final Fantasy XV: Episode Duscae Details

by Sean Humphreyson March 8, 2015
Square Enix drops some details about the first playable demo for Final Fantasy XV, which ships with the collector's edition of Final Fantasy Type-0 HD.


Ultrasonic Haptic Feedback: The Next Step In VR?

by Sean Humphreyson February 26, 2015
We interview CTO of Ultrahaptics, Tom Carter, about the company's latest haptic feedback demo, and its VR ambitions.

Legacy of Kain: Dead Sun – What It Got Right & Wrong

by Sean Humphreyson February 23, 2015
A new video shows what the cancelled successor to Legacy of Kain: Soul Reaver would have been like, and we weigh with in our thoughts.


Borderlands: The Handsome Collection Announced

by Sean Humphreyson January 20, 2015
PS4 and Xbox One remasters of Borderlands games announced with new 60fps trailer.

Why P.T Could Be The Best Horror Game of 2014

by Sean Humphreyson January 1, 2015
P.T is probably one of the most original things to come out of the gaming industry this decade. Announced with a demo and boy is it scary. Here's a peek.

The new version of Hidden Palace in action, complete with a brand new boss.

Top 10 Sonic Games of all Time

by Sean Humphreyson December 29, 2014
The Sonic the Hedgehog series launched in 1991 and delivered a platformer that featured a then-revolutionary usage of momentum and physics to create dazzling speedy gameplay. With Sonic Boom causing chaos among critics, it’s time to remind ourselves why the series has endured for over twenty years, and what made it good in the first […]


Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris Review

by Sean Humphreyson December 23, 2014
A new Lara Croft arcade spinoff of the Tomb Raider franchise arrives, but is it buried treasure does it suffer the mummy's curse?

Assassin’s Creed Unity Patch Brings New Bugs, Users Say

by Sean Humphreyson December 17, 2014
Users are reporting that the latest patch for Assassin's Creed Unity makes the game buggier.