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Fortnite Season 5 now available!

Is there anything bigger in the world of gaming right now than Fortnite? After taking the world by storm, Epic’s free-to-play Battle Royale game moves to version / season 5 today! There’s also a season pass to buy for 950 V Bucks should you want all the little extras that Epic throws in – but it is of course, optional. There’s also a new golf buggy type vehicle and several ...[Read More]

Call of Duty Black Ops 4 to get multiple multiplayer betas

Like Call of Duty? Excited by the prospect of a Battle Royale mode? Well you’ll be in luck, regardless of which platform you play on, because Activision and Treyarch have announced that Black Ops 4 is getting a beta. Actually, several of them! The full schedule looks something like this: 1: PlayStation 4 exclusive which begins on August 3rd at 6pm BST/10am PDT, and ends on August 6th at 6pm ...[Read More]

GK Review: The Crew 2

Our reviewer Ian has taken a closer look at “The Crew 2” and came up with the following review. More: The development team have very much chosen to stick with America for their sophomore effort, but this sequel bears no resemblance to its predecessor. This time around, there’s no cops at all, and instead you’re a rookie driver taking part in a series of televised races, with no real go...[Read More]

GK Review: LEGO The Incredibles

Today we bring you a full review of the new “LEGO The Incredibles” which is out now. More: Everything is fairly standard fare when it comes to the Incredibles game play. Much like in the Lego Marvel games, you control a group of superpowered individuals who have a wide variety of abilities. Using the stretchiness of Elastigirl or the brute strength of Mr. Incredible you can solve vario...[Read More]

Free demo of WarioWare gold now available for download from the Nintendo Eshop

Wario is up to his old tricks again in WarioWare Gold which releases exclusively for Nintendo 3DS family systems on 27th July. Press buttons, tilt the system, use the Touch Screen and blow into the microphone through 300 wacky microgames in the biggest WarioWare game yet, featuring a mix of series’ classics as well as some brand new, quick-fire challenges. Try out some of Wario’s favourite microga...[Read More]

GK Review: Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor – Martyr

Our review of the new “Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor – Martyr” is now online. Here’s a snippet: Inquisitor Martyr makes good use of the 40K license, with a pretty epic start to the storyline as you come across the floating carcass of the Martyr, a huge Imperial spaceship which was thought lost to space. But when you land, you not only find that the ship’s inhabitants are still the...[Read More]

GK Review: Mario Tennis Aces

Our reviewer Ian has just published his review of the new “Mario Tennis Aces” game for Nintendo Switch. More: From a plot perspective, there’s plenty to like, with a delightfully silly tale about how Luigi is corrupted by Wario and Waluigi through an evil tennis racquet. Mario then goes on a quest to save them, with some pretty funny ways of shoe-horning the reasons for playing tennis ...[Read More]

Release date announced for Dakar 18

Portuguese development studio and rally enthusiasts Bigmoon Entertainment today announced the official release date for the upcoming Rally Raid simulation DAKAR 18. The cross-country rally racing game is coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC platforms on September 11th 2018. Based on the world famous annual rally raid organized by Amaury Sport Organisation (A.S.O.) in South America, DAKAR 18 is...[Read More]

GK Review: MotoGP 18

Since summer has started, news is at a very slow pace so why not bring you some more reviews of the hottest & newest games? Our reviewer Ian has taken a closer look at “MotoGP 18” from Milestone. More: On track, there are very few differences between this year’s game and last few games in the series. In career, you’ll start with the Red Bull Rookie championship, which features the ...[Read More]

GK Review: Sushi Striker: The Way of Sushido

Today our reviewer Joe has reviewed a new puzzle game for Nintendo Switch and 3DS, “Sushi Striker: The Way of Sushido“. Bizarre? Yes. Fun? Yes. More: Like any good puzzler obsessed with matching, such as Bejewelled or Puzzles & Dragons, your goal is to ram similarly coloured stacks of objects – in this case plates of sushi – and launch them at your opponent in the hopes of defeatin...[Read More]

GK Review: The Elder Scrolls Online: Summerset

Hi there! Our reviewer Ian has taken a closer look at the new ‘Summerset‘ for The Elder Scrolls: Online. Here’s more: Both of these storylines play out much like the quests which you will find in Oblivion or Skyrim – which is to say they often span multiple missions, involve a mixture of combat, investigation, talking to NPCs and exploration. It’s not your typical generic MMO que...[Read More]

GK Review: Yoku’s Island Express

Our reviewe Joe has done a review of the new adventure game “Yoku’s Island Express” which is now out. More: You play as Yoku, a tiny little dung beetle tethered to a pinball, as he lands on a remote tropical island to take over the duties as postman. Before long he discovers a nefarious plot to kill the island’s last remaining God, and accepts the task of bringing together the bi...[Read More]

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