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Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice Review (PS4)

From Software have a pedigree and reputation at this point, releasing sequential commercial and critical hits and, despite the various vocal discussions surrounding the game, we’ve happily dived into feudal Japan as a one-armed shinobi for our Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice review.   Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is set in a fictional iteration of Japan, during the […]Read More

Spyro: Reignited Trilogy Preview

I have a huge soft spot for character platformers, as you could likely tell from my glowing write up of Billie Bust Up, but it has been rare (get it?) that modern iterations have been consistent enough to maintain interest after the first title. However, if you go back to the PSOne era, there were […]Read More

Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice revealed as new From Software title

E3 is upon us and the announcements are coming thick and fast. More specifically, Microsoft’s conference last night at 9pm BST was very heavy on the game announcements, boasting multiple world premieres and console exclusives. One of these was the announcement of From Software’s next title, which was teased previously, as being Sekiro: Shadows Die […]Read More

Rice Chat: Activision, MLG, & Esports

After we heard that Activision bought MLG we sat down to chat about it, and how the esports scene is doing at the moment in general. Includes stat guessing, and Peter & Geraint not knowing who published DOTA2.     We upload a tonne of videos, so subscribe to us on YouTube to get updates on […]Read More

Tetris Pulled From EU eShop Dec 31st: Are Video Game

In theory any system’s eShop and, in particular, the Virtual Console, is a Godsend for gaming enthusiasts. Gaming’s top titles are archived away forever, always available so we can remember fondly what once was. Unfortunately, due to video game licensing agreement and other boring legal practices this is far from the reality of the situation.   In […]Read More

Platinum Games’ The Legend of Korra Out Now

Sometimes The Legend of Korra and its predecessor Avatar: The Last Airbender are the subjects of discussion as to whether Westerners can ever create “anime”. It doesn’t sound like a great debate to me. I couldn’t care less about labels. Except, perhaps, the label on the (digital-only) spine of the The Legend of Korra game […]Read More