"The Crew, SimCity, Diablo III and every other game with always-on DRM weren’t historically relevant enough for EA to say “Nope, we’re not going to do always-on anymore”. Instead, they’re going to try their hand at the always-on nature of gaming once more with Need For Speed. The official Twitter account has confirmed that the game requires an online connection to play."

Warner Bros have released a new trailer for LEGO Jurassic World and it gives the player a chance to take an all inclusive VIP tour of the park. The game releases on June 12th 2015

"It’s taken a while but I’ve come to realise that this Telltale Game of Thrones series has an awful lot in common with the way the television show goes about things. Especially in the way it builds its story arcs rather slowly. As the previous episodes have shown, the game has gradually reached a quality befitting of the world it is portraying, after a less than mediocre start. This fourth episode “Sons of Winter” has come at a rather critical point for all the characters involved; so let’s ge..."

Denis Murphy writes- During my time with CeX I've really enjoyed being forced to play a few racing games. Don't get me wrong, the lads and ladies at CeX don't tie me to a chair, put a gun to my head and make me play these games (*wink* wink* they do, send help please), but there have been a few times in which I've decided to review racings games, a genre I previously never enjoyed that much.

Denis Murphy writes- As a reviewer I'm always open to every game that needs to be reviewed. I mean, I have to be because that's my job. Coming to reviews with a preconceived notion of a game or genre is generally a bad idea, as at the end of the day I want to give you guys and gals an unbiased perspective of a game. I'm not here to screw you around, and whether and game is great or complete shit, I'll let you know about it.

Denis Murphy writes- Since the TV series of The Walking Dead started zombies are everywhere, so much so that it already feels tired, overused and boring. I stopped watching The Walking Dead because of this. I forget which season I stopped at, but it was just after the point in which the Governor died. It was still a decent series, but the gigantic influx of zombie related films, games and TV series was just too much.

"After Twitch made the announcement ahead of Hatred’s release on June 1st, gamers got angry and went around asking other services if they would allow for live-streaming of AO-rated games. Hitbox.Tv replied to the inquiries and made it known that Hatred can be live-streamed through their service."

"Eurogamer reports that the franchise’s latest entry won’t include any mobile app features, whether for unlocking these pesky blue chests of Unity‘s or anything else, for that matter. Talking to the site, a spokesperson of Ubisoft’s confirmed that “…The team wanted to focus all their efforts on the core experience.”"

Smash Derby has been announced by Fenix Fire. It'll be coming to Xbox One, PS4 and PC later in the year and will bring all manner of smashing goodness to gamers.

GG3 writes: "6 minutes into the clip. Batman hurries to the next location and passes a car. At least, the Batmobile tries to swing by. At least, the Batmobile tries to swing by, but really it just bolts the thing dead-on. Here is a lovely .gif."

""Tru Blu and Big Ant Studios’ Rugby League Live 3 is looking to fill the gap that other rugby games (union included) have left, and the Australian developer has released some brand-spanking new screenshots for the title.""

Christian or not, you should think twice before picking up The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. While the game is undoubtedly fun and well polished, it is a very mature game. It's rated M for many good reasons. It should not be played within visual or audible range of young children. Fans of the series who are not bothered by extreme violence, sexual scenes, heavy magic use, and drunkenness will surely enjoy this entry into the series.

"EA have been promising something big for the last few days and now they've released the latest trailer for FIFA 16...and it's not just the men who will be the centre of attention this time round."

"Twitch has recently updated their policies regarding streaming: you can't stream any ESRB game rated AO, which means 'Adults Only'. This comes shortly after Destructive Creations noted that Hatred would be releasing soon on Steam and that GOG.com has refused to distribute the game. Hatred is rated AO."

GG3 writes: "In early April of that year, the project with bird cars moved to Steam’s Early Access program to 'collect, analyze and engage with the community.' A price for the multiplayer title is set at a reasonable bar of €7.99. The plan is to raise the price to €9.99 after Early Access. That is, if there ever is a post-development era. As of this post, Krautscape is dead. In fact, the racing game was nearly stillborn."

The Gamer’s Lounge is going to be having a summer blacklog community contest. The summer is the perfect time to play some games that have been sitting on the shelf or on the hard drive for the last year or so. Put away that next gen AAA title and fire up something from a few years ago or from 20 years ago.

Technobabylon is a recently released cyberpunk point'n'click adventure that looks at what could happen if the convenience of the Internet became easier to handle than the real world. In a future where cyber crimes can reach mind invasion and even murder, the gripping storyline will keep you following along through to the end. Ryan Johnson at The Gamer's Lounge was able to give it a test drive, and brings you his opinions.

"A new guide has surfaced for playing as the hero Diablo in Heroes of the Storm. This follows the latest patch after the game entered open beta, explaining which skills to get at which levels and why. This particular build is known as the Diablo Apocalypse build, and there’s an accompanying video to explain how the build is played and how you can use it to help secure a victory or two for your team."

On this weeks episode the gang talks Destiny, Sleeping Dogs, Nintendo's Humble Bundle, our summer backlog contest, a little game called The Witcher 3 and more!

"Each week EA Sports creates a FIFA Ultimate Team Team of the Week (TOTW) based on players in the real world that are in form for that week. Take a look at the team that will be available for one week from 27th May at 6pm."

Once upon a time, there was a small indie game released known as Magicka. The game had a terrible launch. It was buggy, unstable, prone to crashing, and the multiplayer didn’t work for almost a week. Luckily, this was fixed, and the game soon became beloved by many for its unique gameplay and absolutely absurd humor. Flash forward to now and we finally have Magicka 2, the long awaited sequel to everyone’s favorite story of Wizards and Vamp – well, everyone’s favorite story of wizards, at least.

"First appearing in Mortal Kombat 4, Tanya is from the Kingdom of Edenia but worships the evil Shinnock. She has also served Onaga and the Deadly Alliance. Her signature moves include Surging Blast and Human Cannon Drill."

Capcom has revealed it is working on a HD remake of Resident Evil Zero. The announcement was made in Japanese gaming magazine Dengeki Online.

This prequel to Resident Evil was released as a Gamecube exclusive in 2002. It was later ported to the Wii in 2008. Resident Evil Zero‘s protagonist is Rebecca Chambers, a field medic who was a supporting character in the original game. The male lead is Billy Coen, an escaped convict.

Warner Bros have now relased the latest Savage Road trailer for Mad Max. The game will be releasing on Xbox One, Playstation 4 and PC later in 2015. Take a look.

An eraly access tip off weekend and full release date have been confirmed by 2k for NBA 2K16. Coming to Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS3, PS4 and PC in Sept 2015.