Tag Archive: Survival

November 2021 Playstation Plus Games | News

As we trundle inexorably towards the end of 2021, a year which did not do much to dispel the drudgery of 2020, it’s good to know there are still some things that you can rely on, like your monthly instalment…
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August 21 Games with Gold | News

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As the long, barren months of summer continue to deposit their desert-like video game release schedule upon us, it can be hard to close in on a game to scratch a particular itch. Sure, there are the ample titles on…
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July 2021 Playstation Plus Games | News

It might be hotter than a base PS4 running Witcher 3 but the sad commercial truth of the summer months is that it’s usually where game releases go to die, if there are any released at all. Luckily, for those…
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May 2021 PS Plus Games | News

As we trundle inexorably towards the meteorological uncertainty that is the great British summer, our thoughts turn to those of attempting to eat ice cream in gale-force winds, which waterproof swimwear is the most appealing and how, sweet digital gaming…
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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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PlayStation Plus Games for July 2020 | News

July’s free games for Playstation Plus subscribers are now available (until August 3) as Sony celebrates 10 years of the service that set the standard for consoles. As always, remember that Plus games can be added to your library if…
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Hunt: Showdown (Xbox One) | Review

From Crytek GmbH, they of Crysis and CryEngine fame, Hunt: Showdown is a high-stakes, always online PvPvE first-person shooter set in the humid swamps of 19th century Louisiana, where grizzled wild west hunters stalk creatures of the night for cash…
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Journey to the Savage Planet (Xbox One) | Review

In a gaming landscape where ‘games as a service’ is a constant AAA developer mantra and the video games that don’t fall under that umbrella are (more often than not) exhausting open-world time-sinks, Journey to the Savage Planet is a…
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