Tagged: PS Vita

sonyoddworldjun12-686x387There are, no doubt, many gamers with fond memories of flatulent hero, Abe and his adventures in Oddworld. As Abe’s fresh jaunt, New ‘n’ Tasty! counts down to release a few screens have surfaced. Has it been worth the wait? Continue reading “Screens: A delicious look at Oddworld: New ‘n’ Tasty!” »

killzone-mercenary-coverAs September kicks into high gear some of this year’s most anticipated titles begin to hit shelves. For most this has been all about GTA V, but for those who love their PS Vita, Killzone Mercenary has been a long time coming. Question is, has it been worth the wait? Continue reading “Review: Killzone Mercenary” »

a561a42c55d40171b51cc6e0394e9bbbWith Microsoft pushing as hard as it can to convince consumers they need its console, Sony hit the stage was a swagger in its stride. The PS4 console was finally revealed and got some welcome screen time. The line up looks exceptional. Check out more below. Continue reading “E3 2013: Sony Conference – Ours plays games” »


Think of the craziest thing you can. Regardless of how insane or wacky it is, Soul Sacrifice is more bizarre. It’s like an acid trip on mushrooms in Wonderland. But who says that’s a bad thing? Josh takes the red pill and sees what’s down this strange rabbit hole. Continue reading “Review: Soul Sacrifice” »

The Verdict


The Good: Addictive gameplay | Plenty of replayability | Great multiplayer

The Bad: Can feel repetitive | Steep learning curve for casual gamers


This week we offer up your immortal life force, your spirit if you will, and place it on the alter for Soul Sacrifice. This outstanding concept work is so bad arse you’ll transcend into a whole new¬†existence. Be warned, these images are graphic. Continue reading “Artsy-Fartsy: Soul Sacrifice concept art” »

killzone_mercenary_ps_vita_wallpaper_by_gynga-d5pjmt2While I truly feel the PlayStation Vita is still the king of handhelds, its reign is in jeopardy as it’s seriously lacking some decent support titles. However help is on the way and it’s coming via developer Guerrilla Cambridge. Ready for a big payoff? Check out the video after the jump. Continue reading “Video: Killzone: Mercenary is all about blood money” »

PSVita_FeaturedImageHandheld consoles have taken a beating in the last year. While PlayStation’s Vita does supply a spectacular gaming experience in the palm of your hand, the platform just hasn’t had enough games on offer. The newly announced PlayStation 4 is aiming to make that a moot point. Continue reading “Opinion: Can the PlayStation 4 save the PS Vita?” »

killzone-3-wallpaper-1920x1080For the longest time I’ve obsessed over concept art. Whether it’s fantasy, sci-fi or whatever, this is to acknowledge the hard yards spent designing the games we love. rawDLC dedicates “Artsy-Fartsy”¬†to those working tirelessly behind the scenes. First up is Killzone: Mercenary. Continue reading “Artsy-Fartsy: Killzone: Mercenary concept art” »

Every now and then I need a break from fast paced, super intense shooter experiences and return to the old school awesome of arcade fighters. PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale brings four player Smash Bros. brawling into next gen gaming. Will it succeed? Continue reading “Review: PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale” »

As someone who is on the run most of the time, the PS Vita has been an essential component, the life blood, of my gaming lifestyle for quite a while now. However, one thing was missing. A first-person shooter. Resistance: Burning Skies aims to change that. Continue reading “Review: Resistance: Burning Skies” »