Sony didn’t hold anything back during Paris Games Week conference, releasing over 20 trailers for new games slated for release in the next year. We tackled the difficult task of picking our top 6 that have got us excited for gaming in the next year or so.
Welcome to the Stone Age, a time of extreme danger and limitless adventure, when giant mammoths and sabretooth tigers ruled the Earth, and humanity is at the bottom of the food chain. Welcome to Far Cry Primal.
There’s something about the arcade games of old that modern consoles can’t replicate. Their iconic style once littered arcades around the world, but they have seemingly disappeared for more modern upgrades. However now your bachelor pad can sport of these relics of the past that contain a bit of modern style.
George Miller’s ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ was an undisputed masterpiece. So when the video game was announced, naturally we couldn’t wait for the opportunity to get behind the wheel of Max’s iconic car and tear into the barren wasteland. But can the game possibly live up to the expectations set by the blockbuster movie? TGM’s game guru is here to find out.
For many current gamers (and former gamers) games from Rare built childhoods. The company was responsible for dozens of games that formed so many memories and filled up so many weekends. Celebrating 30 years of Rare, you can play 30 of their classics for only 30 dollars.
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare is back for the the thrilling conclusion to the Exo Zombies saga, as Descent takes our four heroes to a deep water Atlas base in order to stop the source of the infection once and for all.
In 2009 Rocksteady completely changed the world of superhero video games with the release of Batman: Arkham Asylum. Three years later we took control of Batman in an even bigger playground in Arkham City. Now they are bringing their epic trilogy to end with a new tale – Arkham Knight. But does it live up to the legacy?
These days, video games are no longer reserved for the kids. The video games have grown up and so have the gamers. So it’s time you treat yourself to a set of high quality wood and aluminium game controllers that bring sophistication and adult-friendly vibes to the gaming world.
E3 is gamer Christmas, but without actually receiving any gifts. Instead we get dozens of insane new game trailers, tech previews and hardware promos that we get to drool over for the next 18 months. Strap yourself in the the Great Manifest’s Top 10 E3 Wrap Up.
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt has been one of the most anticipated game releases in recent years, promising to finally make use of the current gaming hardware. But is it worth your time? Short answer: yes. Long answer: hell yes.
It’s now become an annual tradition for the latest Assassins Creed game to drop us into a new world of adventure. Well now we have our first look into the latest tale, Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate, which drops players into Victorian London for some good old fashion fisticuffs and top hats.
For years we’ve been waiting for the return of an awesome dinosaur based game. Thankfully our wait is finally over, with the announcement that ARK: Survival Evolved is set to drop as early as mid 2015.
It’s probably been years since you considered picking up your plastic guitar and tapping out your favourite tunes in front of the TV. But Guitar Hero will always hold a special place in the hearts of a gamers, inspiring a new generation of music fans and guitar players.
CoD: Advanced Warfare is back with more mayhem than ever in the new trailer for their upcoming DLC, Ascendance. The Kill Cam guy is back to give a preview of what you might expect in this upcoming expansion.
As Scarecrow unites the Rogues Gallery, including Two-Face, The Penguin, the Riddler, the Arkham Knight, Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy, they bring all-out war as they try to take down The Dark Knight, and claim Gotham City as their own.
Nothing will ruin your day at work like a horde of zombies trying to take a bite out of you. Well try going against a pack of ravenous undead when they are strapped into advanced exo-skeletons, giving them the ability to run at you faster than you can pull the trigger and jump up buildings like Spiderman.
Have you ever wanted to blow up a bear while riding an elephant, shooting at a foreign army with a grenade launcher? That may be an unnecessary question because the answer is definitely yes. The highly anticipated Far Cry 4 puts that power (and more) in your hands as you fight to free a nation from tyrannical rule.
Blood on the streets, constant riots and the murder of high profile historical figures; the French Revolution seems like the perfect setting for Assassin’s Creed: Unity. But after 7 games, what more can be built on, and can it continue to be entertaining?