Xbox One Reveal Summary

So we saw a whole heap of stuff at today’s Xbox One reveal, but the distilled version of what really matters really comes down to; Full voice control possible, no controller used during demo. “Snap” allows you to run video, apps & games next to each other on the same screen. Heavily TV enabled, including [...]

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Tue, May 21 2013 » Articles, Gaming News, Previews, Xbox One » No Comments

Retro Quick Look:- Batman Vengeance

Continuing our retro quick look series looking at Batman games of generations gone by, this time the team looks back on Ubisoft’s 2001 game Batman Vengeance. The game is based on the phenomenal 1990′s Batman The Animated Series and one of the many things that it gets completely right is the fact that it includes [...]

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Wed, July 18 2012 » Articles, Retro Quick Look, Retrospectives, Videos » No Comments

Retro Fix:- Halo Combat Evolved

In 2001 Bungie Studios released Halo Combat Evolved a first person shooter for the original Xbox and it sold fairly well, certainly enough to warrant a sequel… then another, another one, tons of DLC, and spin off games, comic books, and novels. The game is set in the year 2552 and humanity is engaged in [...]

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Mon, July 9 2012 » Articles, Retrospectives » No Comments

Retro Quick Look:- The Punisher

Continuing our series of videos looking back at some classic titles that you may not have played before, this week we highlight THQ’s brutal Xbox and PlayStation 2 title The Punisher. Based on the Marvel Comics character of the same name, the game was released in 2005 and is loosely based on the seminal Welcome [...]

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Thu, June 7 2012 » Articles, Retro Quick Look, Retrospectives, Videos » No Comments

Retro Fix: The Punisher

Game: The Punisher Format: Xbox, Playstation 2, PC Developer: Volition, Inc Publisher: THQ In 2005 THQ published one of the most brutal games ever made based on Marvel Comics’ The Punisher. Featuring the vocal work of Tom Jane, the then star of The Punisher movie, the script takes basic elements of Garth Ennis’ seminal Welcome [...]

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Thu, February 9 2012 » Retrospectives » 1 Comment