Tag Archive: Open World

January 2021 PS Plus Games | News

Shake off those post-turkey season cobwebs and prepare to get those thumbs back in fighting shape as Sony gives you three massive games to immerse yourself in while you hibernate through the icy weeks of January. This month’s offerings are…
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December 2020 PS Plus Games | News

Whether you’re the proud owner of bleeding-edge hardware or holding off until the predictable swathe of post-launch teething troubles subsides, December is always a tough time for Playstation owner wallets. Luckily, PS Plus is here to give you something to…
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November 2020 PS Plus Games | News

It’s almost that time when the air is filled with rapidly discarded packing materials and the smell of factory-fresh plastic! As the next generation of gaming (finally) arrives this coming month, Sony are giving away a brand new next-gen game…
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October 2020 PS Plus Games | News

So maybe you’re tired of ganking randoms with your mates in PUBG or the appeal of dispensing bare-knuckle justice in Streetfighter V is beginning to wane, either way the October PS Plus free games are patiently waiting just around the…
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September 2020 PS Plus Games | News

If the wobbly antics of the little sausage-people from Fall Guys or the grim realities of modern warfare – courtesy of CoD – are wearing thin, fret not because it’s almost September 1st and that’s when the next batch of…
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Memories of Mars (PS4) | Review – Thin Atmosphere

Emerging from 2 years of PC early access onto consoles, Memories of Mars is a MMO survival RPG FPS that casts the player as a freshly birthed clone tasked with investigating the disappearance of human settlements on the red planet….
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Shallow Thrills: Maneater (XBOX) | Review

Surfacing from the depths of an energy-drink-fuelled brainstorming fever dream (presumably), Maneater, an open-world action-RPG where the main protagonist is a shark, is a bloodthirsty concept that never really sinks its teeth into its absurd premise, ultimately delivering shallow, repetitive…
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