So, the dust has settled. After a generation that felt like it went on forever and a year long buildup to the arrival of our shiny new machines; we have finally got those (not so) little black boxes under our televisions. The last half a year has gone by in a flash; and both the Xbox One and Playstation 4 have had ample time to get comfortable in our living rooms.
A collection of men, as handsome as they are intelligent, come together to discuss many great things-it’s mind blowing, it’s death defying and it really must be heard to be believed!
Okay, so we lied, it’s not really death defying, but it does feature; The Ultimate Warrior (not in person), Nights into Dreams, birthday wishes, fictitious LFG awards, Metal Gear Solid and much, much more! It could be the greatest FATcast yet, but it probably isn’t.
There has been a lot made of the exclusivity of Respawn’s first project, and the faith that Microsoft have shown in the title as the first genuine system seller of the now current generation of consoles, but now that it has finally arrived, has it lived up to the hype?
Microsoft, in an attempt to reverse its losing position to Sony’s Playstation 4 in the console race, is officially dropping the price of the Xbox One console from £429.99 to £399.99 in the UK, and whilst stocks are available, gamers will also be able to pick up a free copy of Respawn’s Titanfall in the process.
Well, you surely didn’t expect me to say that, did you? And now that I have your undivided attention, I should probably tell you that I don’t actually hate Titanfall at all, in fact, I absolutely love it, and that is exactly why I have such a problem with it. Confused? You should be.
Another week – the nights grow longer, the days are colder. Huddle close to your fireplace then, with your favourite warm brew, and let James Paton regal you of time passed. It’s the Weekly News Blast! Continue reading →
If you’re like us, you’re very excited for the next generation of gaming. Even if you’re a PC gamer, you’ll see a knock on effect from developers finally able to level up. In this and the next State Of Play, we’ll guide you through the exclusives titles for Xbox One and PS4 – the titles that’ll be fighting for your hard-earned in just 3 months time… Continue reading →
So that was E3! After a couple of luke-warm years, E3 was back with a bang this year with a bevy of enticing titles across all formats, current and next-gen. We’ve scoured the internet and found the 5 games that have been getting the most buzz. Read on to find out which… Continue reading →