Microsoft Reveals Wired Xbox One Controller For PC

By Luke Karmali Microsoft has revealed it’s releasing a wired Xbox One controller, designed specifically for use with Windows 7 and Windows 8 PCs. A listing on the company’s site reveals the controller to be identical to the one that comes with the Xbox One, including a battery pack, along with a USB controller required […]

Win an Xbox One with Forza Horizon 2

By IGN Staff Xbox’s exclusive open-world racer Forza Horizon 2 is nearly here. To celebrate, we’re giving away an Xbox One and a copy of the game to boot. If you need reminding why Forza Horizon 2 should be on your radar, watch our full video preview below: ‘); } }; // only use the […]

GaymerX Kickstarter Officially Succeeds, Returning Next Year

By Luke Karmali GX3: Everyone Games has officially secured the funding it needs in order for the convention to return next year. The LGBT-focused event passed its Kickstarter target of $80,000 and currently sits at $85,677 with 40 hours to go. This is thanks in part to contributions from big names including Devolver Digital, Dim Bulb […]

Final Fantasy XV ‘Episode Duscae’ Demo Coming in 2015?

By Mitch Dyer Final Fantasy Type-0 HD is coming to Xbox One and PlayStation 4 on March 17, 2015 in North America, March 19 in Japan, and March 20 in Europe, according to a pulled Game Informer report. A voucher code for Final Fantasy XV Episode Duscae — a playable demo of FFXV — will […]

GTA 5: One Year on and Better Than Ever

By Luke Reilly It’s a year to the day that Grand Theft Auto V hit shelves. It is on this side of the Earth, at least. When I first played GTA V shortly prior to its release I claimed that, despite the then-imminent arrival of the highly-anticipated Xbox One and PlayStation 4, GTA V already […]

Final Fantasy 4 Gets Rated in Europe

By Michael Martin Square Enix’s Final Fantasy IV received a PEGI rating today and appears to be coming to PC. The listing also shows a PC release date of September 17, 2014. First spotted on Twitter, PEGI, or the Pan European Game Information, rated the classic Japanese role-playing game a 12 for “non realistic looking […]

What’s the Right Racing Game for You This Year?

By Luke Reilly When Activision shuttered Bizarre Creations back in 2011 the publisher attributed the decision to the fact the “fundamentals of the racing genre” had changed significantly during the three years that had elapsed since the company had purchased the UK developer. Unfortunately the racing genre had changed. Robust racers like Blur and Split/Second […]

Sons of Anarchy: “Toil and Till” Review

→ September 16, 2014 Warning: Full spoilers for this week’s Sons of Anarchy follow. In “Toil and Till”, the second episode of Sons of Anarchy’s final season, the storylines got settled in for the long haul as Jax’s plans were revealed and the plot inched forward a bit. Anyone looking for a quick turnaround on […]

Zoolander 2 – One Step Closer to Greenlight?

By Adam DiLeo We’ve been hearing rumblings of a Zoolander sequel for a long time. Like, really long. But now actor Will Ferrell says he’s expecting to be part of a read-through of the finished script in the near future. Ferrell played Jacobim Mugatu in 2001’s Zoolander, a beloved oddball comedy set in the world […]

New Girl: Season 4 Premiere Review

→ September 16, 2014 Note: We likely won’t be doing weekly New Girl reviews this season but did want to check in on the season premiere. Full spoilers for the New Girl: Season 4 premiere follow. In a rare moment, New Girl’s Season 4 premiere began with the gang in full single swing, near the […]