Pure Chess for PS4 review

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When Punk began to recite the rules of Draughts to me upon hearing we were to review Pure Chess, I took it upon myself to handle the oldest board game in history. Having previously been released on PSN in 2012, VooFoo Studios now unleash their Next Gen version of Pure Chess onto Playstation 4 and [...]

King Oddball for PS4 review

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King OddBall is not particularly odd. We’ve all been gaming many years now to realise that it is very hard to come across something that is truly odd. Saying that, King OddBall wants to wreak havoc on the world using his only weapon of choice, his tongue. It’s a tongue that Gene Simmons from Kiss [...]

EGX Rezzed – Punk and Lizard’s PS4 and PS Vita highlights

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EGX Rezzed hit Birmingham’s NEC this weekend showcasing not only the latest Playstation 4 blockbusters, but also the onslaught of imminent PS Vita releases heading our way. EGX Rezzed was the place to be. An incredible wave of UK talent was in abundance this year as FuturLab, Curve Studios, Team17, Eiconic Games and Roll7 all [...]

Futuridium and forma8 played on PS Vita at EGX Rezzed [video]

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Mauro Fanelli, co founder of Mixed Bag has given Punk and me the chance to get hands-on with Futuridium EP Deluxe and forma.8 running on the PS Vita. The footage was filmed at EGX Rezzed at the weekend. Both completely different games and both totally captivating. Click here to read our full PS4 and PS [...]

Interview with Basement Crawl creators, Bloober Team

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In our latest interview, we talk to Marc Colhoun, Marketing Manager at Bloober Team for the lowdown on their recently released PS4 game Basement Crawl. Marc honestly and directly addresses the early bug issues in Basement Crawl, as well as confirming the game will have a single player mode added down the line… You released [...]

The LEGO Movie Videogame review (PS4/PS3)

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LEGO’s latest brick buster hits PS3/PS4 so it’s time to arm yourself with some American sized popcorn while The LEGO Movie Videogame swamps your home cinema. The colourful interlocking plastic blocks return with a crash, bang, wallop and some more mixed up gaming time. With a brand that’s equally as recognisable as Coca Cola, LEGO [...]