If you are a part of Square Enix‘s reward scheme, now is the time to act! They announced just Thursday the rewards for 2012 members who have been diligently buying their games and registering codes on the Square Enix Members website. In the past the prizes have been broken down into four tiers: Bronze, Silver, Gold, and Ultimate/Platinum. This year they seem to have left the Bronze members out to […]

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According to an exclusive report by Pocket Gamer, Apple has been liaising with various developers behind the scenes at GDC 2013 in order to ensure a groundswell of support for its own dedicated, official joypad that it hopes to show during next month’s Apple event. Apparently, the company has been operating a meeting room at the show, but booked under a pseudonym company name in order to stay off the media radar. […]

Today marks the announcement of the final Rock Band DLC release set for April 2nd on the PS3, Xbox 360, and Wii. It’s been no surprise for over a week now that the final song is “American Pie” from Don McLean, which seems like a wonderful finale song for a game I’ve held near and dear to my heart for so long. The pricing is nothing new, so I’m not […]

There’s been a little bit of confusion as to whether Metal Gear Solid V is one thing or two things. Ground Zeroes was apparently its own entity and then it wasn’t, as was The Phantom Pain which became the only thing and now it’s not the only thing. Well, Konami has offered some clarification regarding the situation.

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The Creative Assembly, the codehouse behind the excellent Total War games, has at last decided to dip their strategic toes in MOBA flavoured free-to-play waters. The game that they’ve announced to spearhead this approach is Total War: Arena in which the gamer will ”pitch history’s greatest commanders and their armies against each other in massive team-based battles”, according to the recently released announcement. Entirely based online, the game aims to combine the hallmark […]

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When the Darksiders IP comes up for auction on April 1st, Crytek will be bidding for it according to a tweet made by Crytek USA head-honcho David Adams.

The Vita is getting a nice chunk of indie love recently isn’t it? From the confirmation of Spelunky, Hotline Miami and Limbo to name just a few, it rapidly seems like that Sony‘s struggling handheld is a great destination for a wide smattering of indie goodness. Hot off the heels of bucket loads of critical praise for the recently released XBLA version of the game, we can now add Terraria […]

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Bioware has today confirmed that both Dragon Age 3 : Inquisition and the new Mass Effect will be powered by DICE’s Frostbite 3 engine; the very same engine that lurks under the hood of the newly announced Battlefield 4.

Being one of the first successfully funded gaming Kickstarters out there, Double Fine have christened the game with a title; Broken Age, and have dropped the first teaser trailer for the point and click title. An errie teaser with a distinctly melancholy vibe, the video not only gives the game’s compelling hard-crafted art style a good airing, but also serves to provide a brief overview of the premise too.  Centering around […]

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UK games retailer GAME has confirmed that if you’re that way inclined, you’ll be able to buy the new Android powered home console OUYA from them with preorders starting today for the diminutive, cube-like machine. The pre-orders themselves cover the entire price of the console and will set you a back £99.99 when the console makes its debut in June.  You can also pick up extra controllers for a slightly eye-watering […]