Halo 4 Event Takes Over Liechtenstein

In a ground-breaking world first, Xbox 360 yesterday became the only brand to ever transform the Principality of Liechtenstein by taking over some of the country’s most iconic landmarks, including a 13th century castle and a working mine, to create a real-life replica of the “Halo” universe within the heart of Europe to mark the launch of “Halo 4”. Continue reading Halo 4 Event Takes Over Liechtenstein

Halo 4 Gameplay Trailer & War Games Map Pass

Microsoft and 343 Industries have also announced that there will be lots of additional content landing in the months post-launch and the War Games Map Pass will be your ticket to getting it all at a 15% discount. Costing 2,000 Microsoft Points, the pass confirms your access to 3 War Games map packs as they become available in December, February and April, as well as giving you two bonus in-game helmets (Scanner and Strider) that feature new geometry, and a unique in-game emblem (Falcon). Continue reading Halo 4 Gameplay Trailer & War Games Map Pass

Captain Price Actor Confirms Modern Warfare 4 from Infinity Ward

Just moments after being told about Modern Warfare 4 on October 29th 2012 on a flight from Bodrum to London.

Whilst I was happily, but also slightly nervously looking out of the plane window after boarding it in Bodrum Milas Airport, flight from Bodrum to London Stansted on 29th October 2012 – I heard a voice behind me and instantly I paused in shock – it couldn’t be! As a massive, MASSIVE fan of the Modern Warfare series from Infinity Ward, I was by sheer coincidence sitting in the seat right next to actor Bill Murray. Continue reading Captain Price Actor Confirms Modern Warfare 4 from Infinity Ward

WRC 3 Review

Milestone’s latest, WRC  3, is a game in a difficult place. It’s not a bad game by any stretch of the imagination and if anything actually kept me highly entertained for a good long while. It’s just that during that long while I was constantly comparing it to that king of the rally genre, DIRT.

And sadly for WRC it’s a comparison that does it no favours.

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Dishonored Review

New IPs tend to get overhyped, with advertising taking up every single inch of any game reviewing site and it feels that the game developers are spending more on advertising then the product they are selling game. Unfortunately it turns out to be a bit rubbish and not sell very well (Im looking at you Bulletstorm). Dishonored is none of these things and is instead a brand new IP that is beautiful in its creation, from its storyline, to its combat and scenery and, there is actually visible repercussions to how you decide to play.

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