Phil Warren

Phil Warren has been writing for since the start. A huge gaming fan mainly Xbox and Playstation. He is always looking for the latest news and reviews for all gaming consoles and games.

Today might be your last chance to get an NES Classic Edition

Earlier this month, Nintendo confirmed that it would send the last shipments of NES Classic Edition consoles to retailers before the end of April, at which point it will no longer produce any more. You can still snag one right now on Amazon if you’re willing to pay a premium, but if you want to get one at the suggested retail price before they’re gone for good, Best Buy is going to give you a chan...[Read More]

Infinite Minigolf is Coming to Consoles this Spring

Zen Studios released Planet Minigolf on PlayStation Network back in 2010 and players are still enjoying that game today. The community has been very vocal over the years, sharing their ideas for a new game, and they gave us more than enough new ideas to come back and develop a minigolf game for this console generation,” said Tamas Balog, Head of Studio at Zen Studios. “The team has spent a lot of ...[Read More]



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Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition Review

Originally released in 2011 on Windows PC, Xbox 360 and PS3, Gearbox Publishing has decided to roll out the red carpet for People Can Fly’s pisstake on the modern shooter (are you smelling a sequel like we are?). Bulletstorm was well-suited for its time, spitting in the face of a bevy of realistic, militarised shooters. Limiting players to two active weapons, giving players a sci-fi leash with whi...[Read More]

Call of Duty WW2 update: PS4 fans are in for a treat

Call of Duty WW2 fans are in for a treat if they buy the game on PS4. In a blow to Xbox One users, an Amazon listing seemingly confirms that Call of Duty: WWII DLC will launch first on PS4. The PS4 box art says that PS4 users can “play map packs 30 days early”. This is very much the trend for this console generation, and won’t come as much of a surprise to fans. Call of Duty Infi...[Read More]

Defile Your Sanity with Outlast 2 and Outlast Trinity on April 25th

As journalists, you and your wife have a reputation for taking risks and digging into the stories no one else dares to touch, but this time you may have gone too far. Your investigation of a seemingly impossible murder leads you deep into the Arizona desert, and into a darkness so wicked that no light could ever shine upon it. No conflict is ever black and white. But once the dust has settled, the...[Read More]



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Mario Kart 8 Deluxe Review: Nintendo Switch

Flash forward to 2017, and gamers must be feeling some deja vu. Two months into the Switch’s release, first- and third-party titles remain relatively few and far between. If you’re not a fan of Zelda: Breath of the Wild or Shovel Knight, it’s likely you still haven’t justified the purchase. Mario Kart 8 Deluxe might change that. As with Mario Kart 8 on Wii U, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe on Switch looks am...[Read More]

Check out the free games coming to the Xbox One and Xbox 360 this May

Every month Microsoft releases a few Xbox One and Xbox 360 games for free for its Xbox Live With Gold subscribers. Sometimes these are great, other times not so much. Either way, it’s a nice added bonus for those of us who pay to play online on the Xbox platform. Here are the free games coming to the Xbox One and Xbox 360 this May: Xbox One Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams—Director’s Cut (May 1...[Read More]

Call of Duty is returning to its roots with Call of Duty: WWII

Call of Duty is returning to its roots. The next game in the series will highlight a first-person shooter in the middle of World War II called ‘Call of Duty: WWII’. The firm teased fans on Friday with a promotional image that revealed its plans for the game’s Worldwide Reveal livestream on April 26. When Call of Duty first hit the masses in 2003 it was set in World War II, Polygo...[Read More]

15 Really Easy Xbox One Achievements You Must Unlock

Thanks to every single game on the Xbox One getting 1000 Gamerscore – as opposed to arcade games having 200 to 400 back on the 360 – there’s a lot of extremely easy achievements out there to unlock. And if you’re just as obsessed with your score as this me, then the following are essential, as they require almost little to no work to get. Below are 15 insanely easy achievem...[Read More]

Everybody’s Golf Coming to PS4 on August 29

No matter your golf handicap, gamers of all skill levels will love to play the next installment in the Hot Shots Golf franchise — Everybody’s Golf. And what better way to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the franchise than to launch the next iteration of the series this summer. Everybody’s Golf will launch on August 29, 2017 for PS4! Not only does Everybody’s Golf boast the same three-click shot ...[Read More]

Nintendo planning to release mini version of the retro classic SNES console

Ground-breaking system released in 1992 was recently voted best console EVER in a poll of gamers THE Japanese gaming giant Nintendo is planning to release a new version of its much loved SNES gaming console. Details of the new SNES leaked last night just days after Nintendo discontinued the NES Classic Mini, a shrunk-down version of its first ever smash hit system. The firm declined to give detail...[Read More]

PS4 update: Sony have just added MORE classic retro games on PlayStation 4

Currently, the PlayStation Now service includes over 480 games, none of which are PS4 exclusives. While this is soon set to change, with plans in place for the streaming of PS4 titles later this year, more classic games have been added. Sony made the PS4 update announcement today, confirming that a range of new titles are being added to the PlayStation Now library. This includes Sonic Adventure 2,...[Read More]

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