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As always, a single track purchase will set you back £2.39, whilst the Rise Against Song Pack 2 can be grabbed for £9.59. Whichever you choose, you’ll find yourself downloading, learning, playing and eventually mastering some great tunes thanks to one of the best guitar tutors currently available.
"My recent play-through of TRON: RUN/r has reignited the love of TRON in my mind and heart. It is funny how someone’s fandom can go dormant for a certain amount of years and just one crack in that dormancy unleashed the floodgates. I have had Tron: Evolution in my collection for quite sometime and just never had the desire to play it, now I can’t keep my hands off of it."
"Platinum Games has their hands in many cookie jars at the moment; hot off the release of Star Fox Zero and with three very different titles in the chamber, I decided to take a look at my games and rifle through my Platinum titles. I found five games that I had put a lot of time into and that I enjoyed the most; I know I’m missing some of their important or more mainstream titles, but I’ve not played those yet."
This weeks instalment of the VGU Podcast has us discuss recent Betas, a streamers comments during a livestream and a big talk on the PlayStation Neo. We also talk about what games we have been playing this week which results in a short nostalgia trip back to the PS2 era.
"Dark Souls III - Abyss Watchers
Something about this song just grabbed onto me as soon as I heard it. The action is incredibly frantic in this fight as you have to manage attacks from multiple sides. The dark interior, littered with rubble and accented by the flickering orange candles in the background. The music itself, starting with slow tones and a ringing bell set the stage for a hauntingly beautiful song that stuck with me longer after the fight itself had concluded."
Available right now, Michonne – Episode 3: What We Deserve, concludes the latest episodic adventure by Telltale Games. After a fairly decent opening couple of chapters (you can check out our reviews of Episode 1 and Episode 2 right here), chances are the mini-series will end brilliantly. In fact, with the rich history of Telltale’s storytelling behind it, we’d be surprised if it didn’t!
After numerous delays, Rugby Challenge 3 is finally here, offering fans the chance to play a fully-fledged rugby video game – and as simple as that sounds – it’s something that has become increasingly rare these days. MenStuff has been playing it all weekend long, and as huge rugby video game fans, they've listed seven new improvements that actually make a difference to Rugby Challenge 3:
We all know of Zen Studios and we all know what a superb job they do of bringing various franchises to the pinball masses. We've had original IP's, we've had Marvel stuff and we've seen plenty of Star Wars ideas make their way to Pinball FX2. Hell, even South Park has been treated to the mash up.
Join Erik and Nathanael this week for talk about Divinity: Original Sin Enhanced Edition, Dreamfall Chapters, The Division, Minecraft, Fallout 4, Touch the Dead, Murasma Demon Blade, Stardew Valley, Shovel Knight, Red Dead Redemption 2, our Poll for the Show and more!
We all want to be seen to be wearing something pretty special and there is little chance of a disgustingly styled pair of cans making its way to many gamers’ heads. The offering from LucidSound should therefore be a headset many will want to check out. One glance at the glorious LS-30 universal wireless gaming option proves that.
With the Major League Baseball season just underway, it’s time to break out your baseball bat, glove, and ball with MLB The Show 16—available exclusively on PlayStation. Developed by the team over at SCEA San Diego Studios, MLB The Show 16 packs more gameplay improvements into this year’s game than in franchise history.
Here are 5 reasons why MLB The Show 16 is a Grand Slam.
"Bullet-time and the control of time in general have become a staples of action video games over the past ten years, and a lot of thanks can go to the sci-fi blockbuster, The Matrix. The art of slowing down time in order to act faster, or respond more precisely, has slipped its way into a number of our favourite games, and with Quantum Break releasing this week and embracing this to the fullest, we’re here to pay homage to these time-bending experiences."
Developer Examu (creator of the Arcana Heart series) teams up with visual novel creator Nitroplus to bring their 2D creations to life with Nitroplus Blasterz: Heroines Infinite Duel.
But how does this fighting-game stack up in an increasingly cramped genre? Crash Landed delves in.
Liam from The Game Bolt: "Trophies are cool. Trophies are awesome. Trophies can swallow your life as you struggle to platinum that one game you just love, staying up until the wee hours of the morning, cutting off all contact from your friends and isolating yourself to your PlayStation, fighting with your inner common sense before sleep forces you to shut your eyes for a precious few hours until work or school.
Wow. Uhhh, that got dark all of a sudden didn’t it?"
Ryan from The Game Bolt: "Telltale recently confirmed that they will be upgrading their game engine for the release of the upcoming Batman game. For now, however, The Walking Dead: Michonne miniseries offers no revolutionary advances or new ideas, but it provides an entertaining stopgap for future releases."