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By Leon Hurley on at

Evolve's Way Better Than I Thought it Would Be

I wasn't initially convinced by Evolve. It's a great idea but struck me more as a co-op add on like COD Extinction. Now I've played it though and I'm sold. It's a great co-op shooter. Here are my thoughts on why, and a video interview with Turtle Rock co-founder/design director Chris Ashton featuring new gameplay.

Wasteland 2 Out at the End of August

By Keza MacDonald on at

Wasteland 2 - the REAL next Fallout game, if you ask any long-term fan of post-apocalyptic RPG goodness - is coming out at the end of August. What's more, on Saturday, they're streaming it live from London's MCM Comic Con.

Sad Spyro Will Haunt you

By Leon Hurley on at

Oh God, he's just there: gently rocking back and forth whenever I close my eyes. There's no explanation behind this at all. Just a sad VHS tinged loop that's going to give me nightmares. Trust me, it's far worse as a moving GIF.

Everyone Gets All of The Witcher 3

By Leon Hurley on at

Remember the madness of Watch Dog's numerous special edition combinations? Good news: The Witcher 3's having none of it. CD Projekt Red co-founder Marcin Iwinski says everyone will be treated "equally" with no exclusive content.

The Best VR Hands So Far

By Leon Hurley on at

As a game Loading Human is infuriatingly vague, mentioning Eternal Sunshine, Quantum Leap and Monkey Island - something, something, universe, something, energy source. Anyhoo, the new Stem controller looks *great*.