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Sunset Overdrive – As We Play

Format – Xbox One Version – 1.01 Sunset Overdrive kicks off an important winter for Microsoft. Along with the incoming Master Chief Collection, the hope is that these AAA exclusives can sell Xbox One consoles. Whilst I’m not convinced that Sunset Overdrive can do this on its own, it certainly…

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The Evil Within – First Play

Let’s face it, most video-games the past few years haven’t been that scary. Shinji Mikami, the godfather of survival horror – also part of the original Resident Evil team – video-games is trying to change that with the development of upcoming title, The Evil Within. 

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Transistor – As We Play

Platform: PC Version: 1.01 Unlike many indie games, Transistor has some very big shoes to fill, but developers Super Giant Games have only themselves to blame for this. In case you think the developer’s name is familiar, it should be. They’re responsible for the fantastic Bastion. Released in 2011 for…

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Expansive News of the Week – 17/05/14

Think you may have missed out on some of the biggest gaming headlines to break this week? Well don’t worry, Expansive have got you covered. This week we take a look at the rumors surrounding Rockstar Games’ next-gen offerings and whether they’re about to announce Red Dead Redemption 2, Bully 2,…

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Nutjitsu – As We Play

Version Tested – 1.0 Format – Xbox One Much like the essence of the game, Nutjitsu stealthily appeared on the Xbox Store recently with nothing more than a simple press release. Sadly, within a minute of booting up the game it’s obvious why.  Released as part of the ID@Xbox program,…

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Fable Anniversary – As We Play

As we play offers the thought strands of the reviewer as they’re going through the game. This offers unique content for the reader so they can come to understand the conflicting feelings of the reviewer as they’re playing a game for the very first time. All feedback on this concept is welcome….

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Stay current or upgrade?

There are an abundance of current-gen titles available for the launches of both Xbox One and Playstation 4. Major, well-recognized franchises such as Call of Duty, Battlefield and Assassin’s Creed front the bill, but then there are the likes of FIFA and NBA showing new-found sporting quality. Having played these…