Polyphony Digital along with Nissan have confirmed that the 2015 GT Academy competition will begin in less than a week’s time, on April 21. Click the link below for more details.

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Here is a sound comparison video featuring two games that are rarely compared to one another – Driveclub vs Need for Speed: Rivals. Click the link below to watch the video.

This exquisite and truly emotional game follows an Alaskan Native, Nuna who in an attempt to put an end to an eternal blizzard, encounters and forms and unlikely friendship with an Arctic Fox. Upper One Games story of the pair is based around an Alaskan folklore tale and is incredibly orientated around the Inupiat culture.

RPG Bosses can be notoriously difficult, so coming up with five of the hardest was a bit of a task. Nevertheless, here are five of the hardest bosses that that will push your RPG skills to their limits.

The very latest version 1.18 update for Gran Turismo 6 has just gone live and it sees the inclusion of the second Volkswagen Vision GT car, the GTI Supersport. Click on the link below for more.

A recent tweet from the first ever GT Academy winner, Lucas Ordoñez, has sparked some debate among the gaming community. Click the link below for more details.

It was recently announced that physical copies of the upcoming racer NASCAR ’15 will be available exclusively at retailer GameStop for those living in the US.

It’s not clear whether this deal will extend to other parts of the world as it is too early to say.

RIDE publishers PQube have shared on their official YouTube channel a new UK TV advert for the two-wheeled racer which can be seen above.

The twenty second advert shows gameplay footage of RIDE along with a very cheesy narrative.

RIDE officially launches today. According to Milestone, the two-wheeled racer is available now for Playstation 4, Playstation 3, Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PC platforms.

RIDE features over 100 bikes from 14 licensed manufacturers including household names like Ducati, Suzuki, Kawasaki, Yamaha, and Triumph.

Feral Interactive have shared with the gaming community their recent podcast which focuses on the reasonably recent release of DiRT 3 Complete Edition for Mac.

Join John, Erik, Nathanael and Robert this week where they discuss Nintendo Direct, Cheaters in GTA 5, Deus Ex: Mankind Divided, The Witcher 3 expansions, Sony buys OnLive, Bloodborne, Borderlands, Wii U, Vanishing of Ethan Carter and more!

Here is the intro video to the Premium Events category. These short introduction videos trigger when you first select a category in RIDE’s single player World Tour Mode.

Milestone have shared with the gaming community another of their bike category introduction videos.

Here is the intro video to the Historic Superbike category. The narrator speaks about this is where it all started, and that these are the bikes that have made history.

Milestone have shared with the gaming community another of their bike category introduction videos.

Here is the intro video to the Pro Circuit category. These short introduction videos trigger when you first select a category in RIDE’s single player World Tour Mode.

"Rockstar had some good and bad news for gamers recently. The good news is that pre-loading for the PC version of the game begins April 7th. The bad news is that if you’ve been exploiting the Duke O’ Death glitch in online multiplayer races, they have an explosive fix for the situation."

Milestone have just shared with the gaming community yet another of their bike category introduction videos.

This time it’s the turn of the Supersports Category. These short introduction videos load when you first select a category in RIDE’s single player World Tour Mode.

"Cinelinx : "OnLive has just abruptly announced that their services will be shutting down as Sony has acquired their assets with no plans to keep the service afloat. It might not come as a surprise that the service is vanishing because honestly who remembered they were even still there? OnLive has been trying to find an exit route for some time now as they switched owners and were constantly trying to sell themselves to console makers. That isn’t the problem we see thought, the problem is that..."

Milestone have just shared with the gaming community another one of their bike category introduction videos.

This time it’s the turn of the Naked Bikes Heavyweight Category.

RIDE developers Milestone are currently busy working on fixing the save data corruption bug which is found when playing the racer’s World Tour Mode.

"Top Gear, the popular BBC motor vehicle show, won’t ever be the same now that Jeremy Clarkson has been fired over the dust-up involving him hitting a producer behind the scenes, as reported by Car and Driver Magazine. However, gamers have already started celebrating the longstanding and often revered host of the popular show by creating machinima in games to honor his time on Top Gear."

"Last November, Sony stopped publishing new content to PlayStation Home. In December, players were no longer able to download anything from it at all.

Yesterday, a little over six years later, PlayStation Home shut its doors for good. It never even officially left beta.

Do you have fond memories of PlayStation Home, or are you glad to see it go? Share your stories with us in the comments below! IGN Logo"

On this weeks episode of The Gamers Lounge Podcast John, Erik and Nathanael talk about Nintendo Direct, Batman, Minecraft, the Wii U, Dishonored, PS+, Games with Gold, Game trading Sites and more!

Adam Freeman writes- The Dynasty Warriors series has been around now for quite some time and, in truth, they've stuck to a tried and tested method for the entirety of the franchise. Save for an increase in budget to the boob-design department since Koei's merger with Tecmo, developer of such ludicrously jiggle-tastic titles as Ninja Gaiden, the Dynasty Warriors games' formula has remained relatively identical to its' earliest roots; a hack-and-slash game, with simple, easy to master combinati...

Denis Murphy writes- I'm no expert on the Dynasty Warriors series. I've played around two of them, and though the hack-and-slash genre isn't exactly my go-to genre of choice, I've found them to be pretty fun. Dynasty Warriors was a spin-off of Romance of the Three Kingdoms, a game released for the Amiga and MSX in 1985. Originally starting as a pretty straight forward Beam 'em-up on the original Playstation back in 1997, Dynasty Warriors then expanded into the realm of having the player take ...