1979 Revolution: Black Friday Review – History Can be Dark and Deadly

1979 Revolution: Black Friday Review – History Can be Dark and Deadly

Based on true stories and historical events, 1979 Revolution: Black Friday is an interactive drama about choice and consequence, chaos and order. Read our Review »

The Crew 2 Review  – Top Notch Arcade Racing Across America with Friends

The Crew 2 Review – Top Notch Arcade Racing Across America with Friends

Developer Ivory Tower has unleashed the highly anticipated sequel to their 2014 release The Crew. Does The Crew 2 live up to the standards of its predecessor, or was the series a Read our Review »

Burnout Paradise Remastered Review – Triumphant Return of a Legend

Burnout Paradise Remastered Review – Triumphant Return of a Legend

Criterion’s Burnout Paradise was released over 10 years ago and became the epitome of arcade racers for the previous generation of consoles. Burnout Paradise Remastered has been reworked for this generation of Read our Review »

Metal Gear Survive Review – Metal Gear Zombie Hunter

Metal Gear Survive Review – Metal Gear Zombie Hunter

The Metal Gear series has unleashed its latest iteration upon the world. Should you rush out and grab a copy, or is it best left to the undead? Read our Review »

Gravel Review – Offroad Arcade Master

Gravel Review – Offroad Arcade Master

We hit the many tracks in locations around the world in developer Milestone’s offroad racing game Gravel. Should you join in on the dirty fun, or is this title just stuck in Read our Review »

The Station Review – Mysteries in Space

The Station Review – Mysteries in Space

The Station has officially launched and it is ready for you to travel to it to find out what went wrong. The question is, should you risk your life (or money at Read our Review »

Steep – Road to the Olympics Review: On the Slopes Going for Gold

Steep – Road to the Olympics Review: On the Slopes Going for Gold

The PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Winter Games are upon us and what better way to try out some of the events than in the newest DLC for Steep, Ubisoft’s open world snow filled Read our Review »

EA Sports UFC 3 Review – On The Road to Being the G.O.A.T.

EA Sports UFC 3 Review – On The Road to Being the G.O.A.T.

UFC 3 is set to release this week but we have already stepped into the octagon. Was it ready for the bell, or should it return to training camp? Read our review Read our Review »

Need for Speed Payback Review – Grinding for Speed and Power

Need for Speed Payback Review – Grinding for Speed and Power

The long lived Need for Speed franchise has added another game to its long list of titles, but is Need for Speed Payback worthy of your time and money? Read on to Read our Review »

Call of Duty WWII Review – Returning to Their Roots

Call of Duty WWII Review – Returning to Their Roots

Activision and Sledgehammer Games are taking us back to where it all began. Call of Duty: WW2 is out now and has already posted over $500 Million in sales, but the question Read our Review »

 

Thrustmaster Announces New Racing Accessories

Thrustmaster Strengthens its Racing Ecosystem Arsenal With the Launch of Two New Accessories This September.

CI Games Announces New Sniper Ghost Warrior Title

CI Games Announces Sniper Ghost Warrior Contracts, Taking the Sniper Series in a New Direction

VR FPS Battle X: Birth of the Alliance Gets a Release Date and Screenshots

Battle X: Birth of the Alliance, the VR-enabled first-person shooter from the military simulation software veterans at Naviworks, sets its crosshairs on a PSVR version in early 2019. A Battle Royale mode joins the fray in Q2 2019.

Red Dead Redemption 2: Official Gameplay Video

Captured entirely from in-game footage, watch this introduction to Red Dead Redemption 2's gameplay in 4K.

HyperX Announces Its First Licensed PlayStation 4 Gaming Headset

New HyperX Cloud for PS4 Brings One of the Most Comfortable Headsets to Console Players