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PlayStation Plus – October 2020 Monthly Free Games

The month of October has well and truly arrived, the days are already getting shorter and we find ourselves leaning closer...

Game News: PlayStation Plus August 2020 Free Games Recap

AS the first week of August draws to a close, we can take a look at the free games on offer as part of Sony’s PlayStation Plus service for August 2020.

Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare (2019) – PlayStation 4, Xbox One...

Here is a review for Infinity Ward's latest instalment in the Call Of Duty franchise, available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.

Game News: PlayStation Plus January 2020 Free Games

Hello and Happy New Year! The first instalment of free games in 2020 has arrived, courtesy of a PlayStation Plus subscription. Sony is not...

WWE 2K20 Review – PlayStation 4, Xbox One & PC

If you hoped that WWE 2K20 would be anything more than being just another game, then unfortunately you will not be impressed.

PlayStation Plus October Free Games Recap

As we progress through the month of October, let us take a moment to glance back at the free games available to those holding...

Game News: PlayStation Plus September 2019 Free Games

For those of you who have not seen September’s selection of free games for PlayStation Plus (PS Plus), it builds on the momentum set...

Grand Theft Auto VI Opinion: 6 New Things We Do and...

The release date of the next Grand Theft Auto (GTA) title is somewhat shrouded in mystery, the gaming community melancholically accepts that it will...

Game News: PlayStation Plus – August 2019 Monthly Free Games

Let's take a look at the line-up of PS Plus games for August 2019.

Game Review: The Last Of Us

This is, hands down along with Grand Theft Auto V, the reason why 2013 gaming ruled!

Game Review: Grand Theft Auto V

If you own a games console, you cannot afford to miss this gaming phenomenon. A must-buy.

Game Review: Call Of Duty: Advanced Warfare

In terms of this game alone, it is a solid entry, and one which they can feel proud about, although it is still chained by the same problems that its predecessors have had.

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