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The Average Player Will Take 35-40 Hours To Play Through Watch Dogs

According to Watch Dog’s creative director Jonathan Morin, the average player can expect to spend somewhere around 35-40 hours completing the game, with gamers who want to see and do everything able to expect 100-hours of content. Replying to fan on Twitter Morin said: @vytla102 I would say the average player which does free roam […]

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Competition Reminder: Win Some Free Games!

Hey boys and gals, It’s almost that time of the year where random people knock on tour door and bellow songs at you, and where a fat man in a red suit breaks into your house to eat your mince pies. Also, I think Christmas is coming up. There’s just four more days left to […]

No Time To Explain – Review

Platforms: PC Reviewed On: PC Developer: Tiny Build Games Singleplayer: Yes Multiplayer: No Thanks to Tiny Build Games for supplying a copy of this game for review. Despite my love of the Indie scene I don’t usually review many Indie games, for the simple reason that there’s freaking loads of them, and to find any […]

Spider-Man: Edge of Time – Review

Release Date: Out Now! Developer: Beenox Publisher: Activision Singleplayer: Yes Splitscreen: No Multiplayer: No PEGI: 12+ Thanks to Activision for providing a copy of this game for review. Even as a massive fan of Spider-Man I can’t but help question the logic behind releasing Beenox’s second attempt a Spidey title just one week before the goliath that […]

Dark Souls Speedrun Beats Game In 1:26.28

The art of speedruns in games is a time honored tradition that’s bean around since videogames began. Those who compete to finish the game in the quickest time are a stange but highly respect bunch of….err, nutters. But the concept of doing a speedrun on Dark Souls is an almost terrifying prospect, and not only […]

Singularity – Review

  Release Date: Out now! Developer: Raven Publisher: Activision Singleplayer: yes Splitscreen: No Multiplayer: 2-12 PEGI:18 Singularity states that in 1950 the Russians discovered a new element, E99. With this new element they created powerful weapons and devices that could alter time itself but it proved unstable and the entire idea was abandoned. Skip forward […]