Project Ukulele Now Known As Yooka-Laylee
The game development studio Playtonic Games, comprised of five former employees of Rare, have finally revealed the main characters of their first game. Like it's spiritual successor, the game is named after the stars of this brand new adventure formerly known as Project Ukulele. The classic double act formula has…
Microsoft’s To-Do List for E3 2015
E3 is fast approaching and it's going to be a key year for Microsoft and their Xbox One. Here is the list of things we think they need to do to make up some much needed ground of the competition come June. Blow us away with exclusives Microsoft are losing…
Logitech G303 Daedalus Apex Mouse Review
The Logitech G303 Daedalus Apex is Logitech's newest mouse designed for FPS gamers and the performance enthusiast. Designed to have a fast click response, an unrivalled sense or and comfortable design, how does the G303 stand up to its rivals? The G303 click response is certainly...responsive. Like, really responsive. The…
See Actor Charles Dance in Action in New Witcher 3 Trailer
In a new trailer released by Bandai Namco today, Witcher fans get a chance to see Game of Thrones actor Charles Dance in action as Emhyr van Emreis, emperor of Nilfgaard. The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt acts as Charles' first foray into voice acting for video games and it seems…
Dragonball Xenoverse Review
If you were growing up in the nineties then you probably watched one of the biggest shows of the time. Dragonball Z grew to become one of my personal favourite franchises and as the series went on in TV land, the games were starting to take hold. As more and…
Is Twilight Princess 3D On The Cards For 3DS?
The Zelda Symphony concerts are a wonderful experience for any fan of the series. Hearing iconic tunes from the franchise being played a live orchestra, as well as exclusive merchandise that can only be obtained at the event. But if recent rumours are to be taken as truth, Nintendo's social…
FIFA Top 10 List
Over the years EA have revolutionized the football game genre, so I’ve decided to detail my top 10 FIFA games. It is no easy feat to compare and contrast the varying editions of this giant sporting series, and this list is built upon years of experience and opinion. Some selections…
An Interview with Kyan1te at Insomnia 54
Last weekend you may remember an event happening in Coventry called i54. This gaming festival hosted one of the largest Minecraft and British Youtuber events in the UK, but it also has another side to it, esports. Down stairs, unbeknownst to many of the attendees on Insomnia 54, i-series actually…
Planetside 2 Beta Impressions
Planetside 2 has been a long time coming for PS4 owners, with numerous delays and setbacks pushing it from its initial June 2014 release date. We still have some time to wait but Daybreak Game Company (formerly Sony Online Entertainment) have finally allowed some lucky souls to get into the…
SteelSeries Siberia V3 Gaming Headset Review
SteelSeries' Siberia range has been a staple product in the gaming industry for sometime. VGU have already reviewed the Frost Blue, Heat Orange and Pink versions of the previous generation, the Siberia V2 which all achieved very positive results. So of course when the V3 was announced we had to get our hands on…
Goro Gameplay Finally Shown and Possible Secret Character Leak for MKX
In footage fans have been long awating, NetherRealm have finally released a trailer showing the half man, half dragon powerhouse Goro in action. He seems to be pure brute force, pummeling his enemies into paste with his 4 arms or using his dragon blood to set enemies alight with his…
This Week’s Kombat Kast Shows Off Kenshi, Sonya Blade and MKX Mobile
In the penultimate Kombat Kast before the game's launch on the 14th of April, the chaps over at NetherRealm gave us some details on Mortal Kombat X Mobile, as well as showing off the Variations for Sonya Blade and Kenshi. The mobile game will be a 3 on 3 card…
Halo 5: Guardians Gets Two Live-Action Trailers & A Release Date
Microsoft and 343 Industries are starting up the Halo 5: Guardians hype train in advance of E3 this year, with not one but two live-action trailers for their upcoming exclusive shooter. The first trailer is shown from the perspective of Spartan Locke, a new character to the Halo universe first…
Evolve Review
On the back of last year’s E3 critics couldn’t stop talking about Evolve, which managed to scoop the lion’s share of awards from critics at the show. I myself previewed Evolve back in February 2014 and was convinced it was the second coming of Christ. So as you can imagine,…
Bloodborne Review
Bloodborne will be a first step into the brutal world of From Software games for many but for a Souls veteran like myself, it was simultaneously a homecoming and a brand new experience. Switching to Souls autopilot only got me so far, as hordes of aggressive beasts and humans tore…
RIDE Review
As the engines fire up for many motorcycling fans today, we look at RIDE – the new motorcycling title from Milestone. Out today, RIDE offers new potential for the relatively small genre of motorcycling games that sees Milestone move away from their licensed series for the World Superbike and Moto…
VGU Interviews: Block n Load
As we close in on the launch of Block n Load, I had a chance to pick the brains of David Solari, Vice President of Block n Load. Kieran Clarke - What are the origins of Block n Load - how did it take shape? Did previous title Ace of…
Cities: Skylines Shatters Paradox’s Sales Records
Cities: Skylines, created by Colossal Order and published by Paradox Interactive, has revealed some astounding numbers today. In just twenty for hours of the initial launch two hundred and fifty thousand copies, including pre-orders, have been sold. This has shattered the sales record of any other title on the Paradox…
Cities: Skylines Review
With the recent fall of Maxis from EA due to reasons that could be linked to the poor reception of Sim City, gamers have been yearning for the next big city builder they can really get behind. One that gives you many options but is still simplistic enough to just…
The Escapists Review
Have you ever wanted to know what it’d be like to be in prison? Well look no further than The Escapists, the perfect prison life simulator. Here you can experience the routine, the tedium, the boredom and the misery that is prison life. The Escapists is Team 17’s first foray…
EGX 2015 Tickets On Sale March 20th
Gamer Network today announced that tickets for EGX 2015 – powered by Virgin Media – will go on sale at 11:00 GMT (12:00 CET) on Friday 20th March. Now in its 8th year, EGX 2015 – held at the NEC from 24-27th September – will be the UK’s largest ever…