DmC: Definitive Edition SSS ranking guide

We posted this SSS ranking guide when the game was first released, but we’ve bumped it now for those of you hoping to perfect your hacking-and-slashing skills. DmC: Devil May Cry is about more than just bringing an end to the brainwashing evil plaguing the world. It’s also about the...

10 cool tricks and secrets in Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain

Here are a few neat tricks and secrets to look out for during your playthrough of The Phantom Pain. Mission 04 Secret There’s a super quick and easy way to beat Mission 04…without even having to play the mission. If you destroy all of the communication devices in the Eastern...

How to recruit players to a clan Clash of Clans

I see a lot of clans who are trying in the global chat to recruit players, but don’t get enough joining. I was the leader of a few clans in the past and they were successful, so I hope to share some of my tips with you. Please note...

The simple game that kept me playing for 11 months

After having played it for 11 months, Eufloria now has a place in my mind and heart. The game that made me feel like the commander of an intergalactic fleet of “seedlings” has all but dominated my time spent on my iPad…and has been the cause of much heated...

7 Games More Likely To Win The Lottery Than GOTY

As big as a year as it’s been in gaming, and with plenty of underrated gems to return to over the holiday break, there’s also been a fair share of disastrous offerings from some of the world’s biggest gaming brands like Call Of Duty and Medal of Honor. The...

Six Reasons Why Capcom Is Losing Its Marbles

Some of you may remember the Capcom Five, a collection of five Capcom-developed games committed to help dwindling Gamecube hardware sales and poor third-party support. Ideally, it would have given the hardware some much-needed love, and the publisher saw the console’s demographic as one befitting of games such as...

Looking To The Future of Adventure Games

“Adventure games are dead!” It’s a statement that has been hanging around the gaming industry for years now, like a foul smell that simply won’t leave your two-bedroom apartment after the third week of pizza dinners in a row. The gaming media is partly to blame for this continual...

Has Torchlight II Committed Commercial Suicide?

Release day; a day where every developer, big or small, stays up all night watching the numbers roll in as they have an indication whether their latest project has been a success or failure. Did they do enough marketing? Is their brand strong enough? Was the timing right? Timing...

Games make kids fat murderers; oh wait, they’ve been around for 40 years

According to (normally old) people who like to worry and point the finger at devilish technologies they don’t understand, video games are responsible for breeding a generation of mass murdering teenagers and morbidly obese children that will never fit into a wetsuit. But why? Games are an easy target...

All The Toys In One Basket: Barrel Of Donkeys Interview

Toybox, developed by Melbourne-based team, Barrel of Donkeys, takes the match-3 puzzle genre in a new direction with a fascinating combination of touch-shooting and multitasking. The game does a wonderful job of challenging the player, rewarding quick and precise block placement with exciting albeit subtle weapon upgrades. The game...

5 Reasons Why Diablo 3 Gamers Should Buy Torchlight II

Despite my thoughts that Torchlight II may be committing commercial suicide, there will be a slew of gamers out there wondering if it’s worth their while. Chances are you were unsatisfied with Diablo 3 and it’s apparent lack of end-game, salivating for the chance to jump into a game...

3 Amazing games you may have missed

While Game of the Year accolades are being marinated in a zesty lemon vinegar in preparation for their inevitable consumption, it’s worth taking a look at a select few of the unsung heroes of the year – the most novel games, or perhaps just those which for some reason...

Tony Lay talks Real Racing 3, future of iOS and indie development

The Real Racing franchise has gone from strength to strength since its debut on iOS devices back in 2009. Since then Firemint has become synonymous with exceptional quality titles for Apple devices, following it up Real Racing 2 and SPY Mouse which both garnered universal acclaim from fans and...

Evolution of genre: how games grow from nothing to Call of Duty

“We can’t introduce anything new until we’re fluent in the language of our domain. – Everything is a Remix I was watching this quirky little web documentary today, which talks about how everything is an evolution of something (or, usually, numerous things) before it, and it uttered the above...

5 Ways To Prepare For CS:GO

The dawn of a new era is upon us. In under 24 hours Valve are opening up the floodgates for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, the newest iteration in what is arguably one of the most important shooters in gaming history. If you’re a gamer, chances are you’ve had some kind...