Month: June 2017

GK Review: MotoGP 17

Our reviewer Ian has reviewed the new “MotoGP 17” which is now available on PC, XB1 and PS4. Here’s a snippet: On track, there are very few differences between this year’s game and last year’s. The main change is the addition of the Red Bull Rookie championship, which features the slowest bikes of all, and helps to act as a sort of tutorial into the game. But that’s about it. It’...[Read More]

GK Review: Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows Of Valentia – BIG Competition!

Hi there fellow gamers! Today we bring you 2 reviews at once. First we have the in depth review of the new SRPG for 3DS, “Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia“. Here’s more: Any cool weapons you do find can be used straight away as well, and with no annoying weapon durability you can use them straight away on anything you want, instead of saving them for bosses. In every area ...[Read More]

Super Bomberman R Reveals Team Battles, New Maps, Characters and More

Konami Digital Entertainment B.V. today announced new content for Super Bomberman R, including new team battles, maps, characters and more. These items can be unlocked in the game shop using earned free gems. Super Bomberman R reveals the following content: Team Battles – Players can create their own teams to battle against other players from around the world. Once all other team colours have been...[Read More]

Steep Extreme Pack DLC now available

Today, Ubisoft announced that the Extreme Pack add-on content for Steep is now available for season pass and gold edition owners on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Windows PC. The Extreme Pack add-on is also available for purchase separately. As the final addition to the Steep season pass, the Extreme Pack offers players three new extreme sports: Rocket Wings, Speed Riding and Base Jumping. These spor...[Read More]

GK Review: DiRT 4

Another review for you guys today! We present our full review of the new “DiRT 4“. Can it beat its previous edition? More: Even if the career mode wasn’t sufficient, DiRT 4 also offers more to do, from a comprehensive tutorial mode, with 24 different lessons to help you get up to speed, to some quick-fire arcade events with medals to earn. The career mode itself is huge though, with 4 ...[Read More]

GK Review: The Town Of Light

Our second review for today is the new adventure game “The Town Of Light” from italian developer LKA.it. Here’s more: There are puzzles dotted around the facility but they never present much challenge and instead serve simply to break up the rather relentless story. They’re serviceable but ultimately throwaway, but I’m not sure a more challenging game would have been a good thing...[Read More]

GK Review: RiME

Hi there! Our reviewer Ian has taken a closer look at Tequila Works new adventure/puzzle game “RiME” which is now available on XB1, PS4 and PC. Want to know more? Here’s a snippet from the review: Rime has five main worlds to explore, that will take anywhere from 30 to 90 minutes to explore, depending on how quick you are with the various puzzles that are littered across them and...[Read More]

Nintendo announce the Super Nintendo Classic Mini

After numerous rumours, Nintendo has announced the “Nintendo Classic Mini: Super Nintendo Entertainment System” which will launch in Europe on 29th September. The microconsole will again launch with 21 games pre-loaded onto the system – including the never-released Starfox 2. Classics such as Super Mario World, Donkey Kong Country, F-Zero and Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past a...[Read More]

F1 2017 to feature 2 Classic Williams cars

Williams has become the latest team to have iconic cars recreated in F1 2017, the official videogame of the 2017 FIA FORMULA ONE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP. Codemasters and Koch Media have today released a brand new trailer showcasing the two classic Williams cars, including one that was previously unannounced. The video can be viewed at www.youtube.com/formula1game . Further classic cars will be unveiled...[Read More]

GK Review: Tokyo 42

Today we bring you a full review of the new indie game “Tokyo 42“. Here’s a snippet: Tokyo 42 gives you two ways to play. You don’t actually have to (for the most part) continually murder the otherwise immortal citizens of future Tokyo. You can take a stealthy approach, and it’s here that the game really shines. The isometric levels work, but you can also quickly and easily rotat...[Read More]

GK Review: Disgaea 5 Complete

Our reviewer Joe has taken a closer look at the new “Disgaea 5 Complete” for the Nintendo Switch. Is it any good? More: In terms of gameplay, if you’ve played Disgaea before you’ll know what to expect here. Disgaea 5 is as traditional as SRPGs come – at its core at least. A turn based RPG that conducts its combat within the confines of a grid, Disgaea tasks you with clearing out levels...[Read More]

Headup Games announces Toby: The Secret Mine for PS4

Headup Games announced that Toby: The Secret Mine is going to launch on PlayStation 4 on July the 6th. Regional prices will be $14.99 / €14.99 / £11.99. The beautifully handcrafted puzzle platformer stands in the tradition of modern classics like Limbo or Badland. The players need to solve challenging puzzles during their adventure in the dark and mysterious world while mastering the jump & ru...[Read More]

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