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Nosgoth update 4.0 takes you to the Crucible

Nosgoth update 4.0 takes you to the Crucible

The latest big Nosgoth update has hit, bringing with it a new map: the Crucible. Other than the Crucible itself (“defined by forges and workshops, gladiatorial training grounds and arenas, slave pens and birthing catacombs”,…

By: Tim McDonald

Square Enix offering an Easter bundle surprise

If you’re in a PAL region and fancy treating yourself to a bundle of mystery Square Enix games, this Easter celebration has you covered. Square Enix are once again offering a mystery bundle. For £3.99,…

By: Tim McDonald

Life is Strange Episode 2: Out of Time Review

Life is Strange is getting dark. I don’t mean literally – if anything, there are less flashes of the pitch-black night with the apocalyptic hurricane in this episode than in its predecessor – but in…

By: Tim McDonald

Life is Strange gets a second episode trailer

Life is Strange gets a second episode trailer

That is to say, it’s a trailer for the second episode of Life is Strange, not that it’s a trailer that lasts a second. Episodic fortnight (so called because apparently everyone is releasing an episode…

By: Tim McDonald

Final Fantasy XIV going Heavensward in June

Final Fantasy XIV going Heavensward in June

Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn‘s first full expansion, Heavensward, will launch in June. Heavensward focuses on the Dragonsong War, a long-running conflict between the knights of Ishgard and the dragons of Dravania. It raises…

By: Tim McDonald

Vanguard class shield-bashes its way to Nosgoth

The human faction of free-to-play vamp-’em-up Nosgoth has a new ally today, in the form of the Vanguard class. The gladiator-looking Vanguard focuses on both a gigantic shield and powerful throwing weapons, letting him dish…

By: Tim McDonald


Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor sets loose The Bright Lord DLC

Final Fantasy XIV goes mini-game crazy with Gold Saucer

Patch 2.51 for Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn has hit, bringing with it the mini-game heavy Manderville Gold Saucer. This patch is less focused on sword-swinging adventuring, and more focused on fun-having activities. There’s…

By: Tim McDonald

Humble Bundle offers Square Enix games, again

It’s time to write about another Humble Bundle, because I never pass up a chance to mention Murdered: Soul Suspect or Sleeping Dogs. Do I really need to mention that it’s a tiered affair with…

By: Tim McDonald



Summoner class summoned to Nosgoth

The Summoner class has been summoned to Nosgoth, giving beta players something new to try out. The Summoner class differs from the rest of the Vampire classes in a number of ways. Summoners can create…

By: Tim McDonald

Life is Strange is out now, which is strange

The first part of DONTNOD’s Square Enix-published episodic adventure, Life is Strange, is apparently out now. This is quite strange. Don’t get me wrong – it was due out on 30 January (today), but normally…

By: Tim McDonald


New Life is Strange dev diary explains time-altering

New Life is Strange dev diary explains time-altering

The second dev diary for Life is Strange has been released. Called “The Butterfly Effect”, this one focuses on Max’s time-altering powers, and how they work. DONTNOD’s Life is Strange has you control Max, a…

By: Tim McDonald

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