26 November, 2016

Review – Battlefield 1

For all its twisting and cheery-picking of the First World War, Battlefield 1 got one thing right; love can bloom on a battlefield, though not in the way Hideo Kojima envisaged. We explore Battlefield’s take on the so called War to End All Wars.

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30 October, 2016

Review – Rise of the Tomb Raider: 20th Anniversary Edition

After twenty years of looting and destroying the hidden wonders of the ancient, as well as the supernatural, Lara still isn’t done, and fortunately she’s showing no sign of slowing down.

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14 October, 2016

Review – Destiny, Rise of Iron

Can one lone Guardian succeed where the entire order of the Iron Lords failed? Of course, it’s a videogame after all! But will you care about the Iron Lords by the end of it? I have my doubts.

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08 October, 2016

Knights of the Eternal Throne ‘Betrayed’ Trailer and Details

Valkorion’s line continues to tear itself apart in Star Wars: The Old Republic’s latest cinematic trailer, ‘Betrayed’, for the upcoming Knights of the Eternal Throne expansion. Details and Fallen Empire spoilers within!

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05 October, 2016

The Hottest Men Are From Mars

Admittedly it’s the sincerest men I want to discuss, but, ‘The Realest Men Are From Mars’, doesn’t quite convey the gayness of what is to come. Aside from screenshots of hot videogame men, this article does contain spoilers, the most egregious being of The Technomancer.

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11 September, 2016

Review – A.O.T. Wings of Freedom

Welcome to Attack on Titan, a cruel world where kids die in droves to safeguard the decadent aristocracy and their negligent king. A savage world where – oh why even bother, the game addresses none of this…

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06 September, 2016

The Dropkick: WWE Summerslam 2016 - Roman Reigns; more important than two world titles

It’s the biggest party of the Summer, the Wrestlemania of the Summer, the.... thing that happens in the Summer? Either way it's one of the ‘Big 4’ PPV’s WWE produce in a year with some exceptional matches on the card, including Cena vs. Styles 2 and Brock Lesnar coming back from his victory at UFC 200 to take on Randy Orton.

28 August, 2016

Review – No Man’s Sky

Why talk about videogames when you can talk about novels, am I right? It’s not like this is a videogame review after all… Albeit begrudgingly, we discuss both in relation to the triumphs and shortcomings of No Man’s Sky.

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24 August, 2016

The Dropkick: NXT Takeover: Brooklyn II - Glorious

It’s NXT Takeover: Brooklyn II, electric boogaloo! We are back once again, not only back in Brookyln New York for the second annual NXT Takeover here, but also back with another Dropkick after a long absence due to personal reasons, and what better way to kick off the return than with a great show at the start of the Summerslam Weekend!


23 August, 2016

Review – Star Wars: The Old Republic, Knights Of The Fallen Empire

I may never review Star Wars: The Old Republic (SWToR) itself, though catch me on the right day and it’s possible I’ll have a few thousand words simmering on the matter; it’s a shifting, changing thing, which will likely remain so until the day the Sun swallow its datacentres. However, Knights of the Fallen Empire, the game’s latest expansion, I have finished, and am frothing to discuss.

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17 August, 2016

Let’s Play – Eisenhorn: XENOS Part 2

May no heretic go unpunished, and no painted masterpiece unlauded under the iron watch of the Inquisition. Kyle returns to the action-RPG adaption of Eisenhorn: XENOS in an attempt to unravel the dark machinations of the deceased psyker Eyclone. 

13 August, 2016

Let’s Play – Eisenhorn: XENOS Part 1

With litanies recited and bolter readied, Kyle braves the grim darkness of the latest Warhammer 40,000 game; Eisenhorn: XENOS. An adaptation of Dan Abnett’s novel of the same name, the inquisitor’s pursuit of unsanctioned psyker Eyclone is filled with names never penned with the intent of being spoken aloud, and internal monologues, oh so many…

11 August, 2016

Matthew Plays - Super Star

Back again with the Visual Novel goodness, this time Matthew tackles Super Star after unfortunately being gifted it by Kyle in an effort to torture him.


09 August, 2016

Dropping In – Star Wars: Battlefront, Skirmish Mode

Dengar stocks up on chilly dogs and runs real fast when the guys drop into Star Wars: Battlefront’s Skirmish mode. Skirmish was added in a free update, allowing solo and co-op play of AI-populated Walker Assault and Fighter Squadron matches; Instant Action, sort of.

08 August, 2016

Let’s Play – We Happy Few (Xbox Game Preview) Part 3

Just as digital flesh puppet Arthur Hastings acclimatises to the bombed out Garden District, he finds Joy – at long last – and a way to Hamlyn Village. Ah Hamlyn Village, where the people play at happiness and the house of have doors, rather than laser tripwires. Hamlyn Village; where the cops hang out… This copy was provided by the publisher.



Dropping In – Hearts of Iron IV

Gather round this burnt out tank, gather round, and don’t forget your marshmallows, for story time is upon us! It’s 1944 and the world is dark, dark and full of fascists. But one nation, nay, one League stands strong in the face of the rising tide, for now away… The guys chat about Hearts of Iron IV, its complexities, but mostly just Kyle’s grim alternate history.

Interested in this warped past? This feature picks up shortly after this video, as Kyle recounts his nuclear war crimes.

06 August, 2016

Let’s Play – We Happy Few (Xbox Game Preview) Part 2

Kyle returns to the bombed out suburbs of We Happy Few Game Preview to excavate premium rations, rouse the downer rabble, and do an all-round poor job of surviving. The hunt for joy begins… This copy was provided by the publisher.

05 August, 2016

Dropping In – Mobius Final Fantasy

Things get raunchy on the moon kissed beaches of Palamecia, when Kyle awakes amongst a gathering of topless anime knights. Tasked by the mysterious Vox and guided by the disciplinarian hand of da- sorry, Garland, he finds not love amongst the dreamy Blankers, but tutorials, text, and a blasted Moogle… Mobius Final Fantasy is free on iOS and Android, this was captured from an iPhone 6.

04 August, 2016

Review – Total War: Warhammer, Call Of The Beastmen

Horns of battle, calls to arms, lost in a sea of screams, the sounds of death and terror. Bestial braying and the drum beat of hoof on packed earth, the crunch of hoof on stripped bone, echo from the darkest depths of the Drakenwald, for the cloven ones thirst for war.

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03 August, 2016

Let’s Play – We Happy Few (Xbox Game Preview) Part 1

Master of unlocking Kyle, unleashes the un-doped and unhinged Arthur Hastings on the downer denizens of Wellington Wells, or some such decidedly British isle. Whether corpse, telephone booth, or plain old trap-laying lady, no one walks away from Hastings with burdened pockets. Played on the Xbox One, We Happy Few remains very much in development. This copy was provided by the publisher.

 

Warhammer 40,000: Sanctus Reach Announced

Kyle drops by the news desk to run down what we know about Slitherine’s latest title, Warhammer 40,000: Sanctus Reach. Developed by a new team, Strayllight Entertainment, the 3D turn-based game is set to launch on Steam (PC) in November 2016.

31 July, 2016

Review – Fallout 4, Vault-Tec Workshop

For better or worse, Fallout 4 has largely been defined by its settlement and workshop systems, as the post-release content clearly shows. Vault-Tec Workshop is the most substantial workshop add-on thus far, approaching it we found a question on our lips; does it finally complete the settlement puzzle and add that missing gameplay dynamic?

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26 July, 2016

Hearts of Iron IV, My Atomic Crimes

So, it’s 1944 or there about, and America, the good ol’ US of A remains neutral. They are the leaders of second democratic alliance, the League of Americas, formed as a counter to the domineering superpowers of old Europe, who have showed they are not above conquest. America is neutral, its people know peace, which is more than can be said for two thirds of the globe, then Japan attacks...

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21 July, 2016

Dropping In – Project Nimbus

Strap on your rocket boots and hold on tight to your vomit bag! The guys drop into a high-speed mech engagement in Project Nimbus, currently in Steam Early Access.

18 July, 2016

This Week In Videogames – 18/07/2016

We travel to a galaxy far far away for almost all of our news this week, because Disney and EA are striking on all fronts. And yes, I suppose I should just accept that Monday is now our news roundup day – Sundays have gotten busy all of a sudden!

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17 July, 2016

Dropping In – Man O’War: Corsair (Early Access)

Kyle ties Matthew to the mast and drags him back out to sea in Man O’War: Corsair, where super-grabby Orcs rule the waves. The guys check out the latest Early Access build, featuring performance improvements and melee combat.

16 July, 2016

Dropping In - The Technomancer

Deep into the skeletal remains of humanity's bold efforts for Mars we go, armed with a trusty heft of pipe and nail gun. Zachriah Mancer attempts to uncover Mars' forgotten secrets, while Matthew attempts to reconcile Kyle's apparent love of The Technomancer. Will either of them succeed?

12 July, 2016

Review – The Technomancer

Mars is an unforgiving wasteland, the hunting ground of voracious and hardy wildlife. Inside the depilated facilities of the planet’s first settlers, beneath the patchwork protection of their domed roofs, sprawl the human hives, neon lit slums. Welcome to the dystopia of The Technomancer.

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11 July, 2016

This Week In Videogames – 10/07/2016

Having blown its collective load at E3, some weeks back, the videogame industry’s news remains but a trickle.

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Review - Pokémon GO: The Real Life Pokémon Adventure 20 Years In The Making

Although not technically released here in the UK or Europe, through the beauty of Android and side loading, I have been able to live out my childhood dream of being a Pokémon Master, which involves a lot more 2AM walks through the rain than I thought. Developed by Niantic, Inc. of Ingress fame comes every Pokémon nerd’s dream, the ability to explore the real world and capture Pokémon.


09 July, 2016

Dropping In – Doom

Cry havoc and let slip the hounds of hell! The guys finally, FINALLY get around to Doom, demon butchery awaits!

08 July, 2016

The Dropkick: TNA The Final Deletion – Prepare the Battlefield for Massacre

This must be documented! On July 5th, just one day after Independence Day in America, the world saw the GREATEST thing ever made in professional wrestling. On July 5th the world witnessed the ‘Final Deletion’ match between Jeff Hardy and #Broken Matt Hardy in what can only be described with the word ‘Phenomenal’.

07 July, 2016

Dropping In – Halo Wars 2 Multiplayer Beta

Quick, someone fetch the coffee, because the long cryo sleep really hasn't been kind to Halo Wars 2 – we're sure the Flood had nothing to do with it. Matthew and Kyle discuss their time with multiplayer beta.

 

06 July, 2016

Dropping In – Battlefleet Gothic Armada, Space Marines

Braving the tumultuous currents of the warp, the Astartes join the battle for the Gothic Sector in Battlefleet Gothic Armada. Matthew and Kyle investigate the only way, by purging the heretics!

04 July, 2016

This Week In Videogames – 03/07/2016

It’s that time a week again – let’s totally pretend it’s Sunday – and we’ve assembled a few morsels of videogame news from the last week. We’re still in the post-E3 lull, but we’ve got new Pokémon, vampires, and more.

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02 July, 2016

Dropping In – Star Wars: Battlefront, Bespin, Administrator’s Palace

The fight for the clouds continues in the Administrator’s Palace. Kyle and Matthew check out the new sabotage game mode in Star Wars: Battlefront’s Bespin DLC.

01 July, 2016

Dropping In – Star Wars: Battlefront, Bespin, Cloud City

Darth Vader alters the deal yet again in the Rebel infested Cloud City! The guys check out Star Wars: Battlefront’s Bespin DLC. 

26 June, 2016

This Week In Videogames – 26/06/2016

These last weeks have been weird – mostly because of E3, mostly – but may this mark a return to normalcy, here’s the news.

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24 June, 2016

Post E3 2016 Podcast

Join Matthew and Kyle as they run down and recap what happened at E3 2016, talking about what impressed them and stood out.

15 June, 2016

Let’s Play - Resident Evil VII Biohazard, Beginning Hour

At great personal risk, Kyle creeps his way through the brooding and mottled Beginning Hour teaser demo of Resident Evil VII Biohazard, on the PlayStation 4. 

14 June, 2016

E3 2016: Sony Press Conference Roundup

Miss the Sony Press Conference? Well we've got you covered, find all the games and announcements right here!

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13 June, 2016

E3 2016: Ubisoft Press Conference Roundup

Miss the Ubisoft Press Conference? Well we've got you covered, find all the games and announcements right here!

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Pre-3 2016 Podcast - All the Rest

Join Matthew and Kyle as they talk about the remaining Press conference at this years E3, discussing their thoughts and predictions.

E3 2016: Microsoft Press Conference Roundup

Miss Microsoft's Xbox Media Briefing? Well we've got you covered, find all the games and announcements right here!

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E3 2016: Berserk (Warriors) Coming To Japan This Year

As many had speculated, Omega Force’s “top-secret” Warriors title will be based on Berserk. Here’s the teaser trailer, prepare to be fondled by tentacles!


E3 2016: Bethesda Press Conference Roundup

Here's our Bethesda press conference write up, featuring all the games and announcements.

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12 June, 2016

E3 2016: EA Press Conference Roundup

Miss the EA Play press conference? Well we've got you covered, find all the games and announcements right here!

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Pre-3 2016 Podcast - Sony

Join Matthew and Kyle as they talk about the upcoming Sony Press conference at this years E3, discussing their thoughts and predictions.

E3 2016: [Updated] Titanfall 2 Single Player Trailer Leaks From EA Test Stream

Playable offline, Titanfall 2’s single player features sad Titans, some white dude called Cooper, and what could be Titan finishers. Video (don’t worry, EA will get to it soon enough) and release date within…

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Pre-3 2016 Podcast - Ubisoft

Join Matthew and Kyle as they talk about the upcoming Ubisoft Press conference at this years E3, discussing their thoughts and predictions.

11 June, 2016

Pre-3 2016 Podcast - Microsoft

Join Matthew and Kyle as they talk about the upcoming Microsoft Press conference at this years E3, discussing their thoughts and predictions.

Pre-3 2016 Podcast - Bethesda

Join Matthew and Kyle as they talk about the upcoming Bethesda Press conference at this years E3, discussing their thoughts and predictions.

10 June, 2016

Pre-3 2016 Podcast - EA

Join Matthew and Kyle as they talk about the upcoming EA Press conference at this years E3, discussing their thoughts and predictions.

Review – Total War: Warhammer

The Old World may have been blasted to oblivion in one timeline, but the End Times have yet to pass in Total Waaagh: Warhammer, here’s our review!

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09 June, 2016

E3 2016 - Space Marines Will Soon Bolster Battlefleet Gothic

Having been lost in the warp for the last month or so, the Emperor’s finest will be arriving soon and in force, here are the details.

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Dropcast 34 – Revitalized

After an admittedly lengthy absence Kyle and Matthew are back, just in time for E3. Join the guys as they talk about their busy month, the games they've been playing, and what's to come in the weeks ahead. Fallout 4's Far Harbor, The Witcher 3's Blood and Wine, Total War: Warhammer, and more!

Review – The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, Blood and Wine

Toussaint; a land of zest and verve. The land of fine wine, gaudy fables, and chivalrous knights of the realm. But also of urbane blood, spiteful curses, and the immortal hunters of the night. Will it too prove to be the land of happy endings?


08 June, 2016

Tales From The Crypt – Part 6, Waaagh!

When the Lord’s away, the Orcs will play. With von Carstein far from Sylvania, sowing terror in hearts of the people of Stirland, Count Stahlburg rallies the dead to face the growing greenskin threat.

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07 June, 2016

Tales From The Crypt – Part 5, The Rotting Moot

Having wrested control of Sylvania from the upstart van Kruger, Mannfred von Carstein gazed west, towards the realm of men, the heartland of the Empire…

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05 June, 2016

This Week In Videogames – 05/06/2016

With E3 fast approaching, leaks, whether orchestrated or malicious are afflicting the hulls of numerous publishers in the industry’s metaphoric flotilla. But that’s got nothing on the progressive advancements of today’s games, both gloriously social and terrifyingly technological. What a time to be playing the vidya, here’s our news roundup.

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03 June, 2016

Tales From The Crypt – Part 4, The Siege of Templehof

For an immortal of the von Carstein line, confidence was unassailable, doubt an abstract concept. Ranks swelling anew, Mannfred von Carstein marched once again upon Castle Templehof…

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31 May, 2016

Review – Fire Emblem Fates: Conquest

I came for the blushing anime brothers, in truth that was what I stayed for too, despite the sad lack of face stroking… Here’s my review of part of Fire Emblem Fates!

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30 May, 2016

Tales From The Crypt – Part 3, The Deadly Death Throes of Van Kruger

Fuelled by the blood and flesh of mortals once more, Mannfred von Carstein continued to subjugate the undead strays of Sylvania,  but he was by no means unopposed…

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27 May, 2016

Tales From The Crypt – Part 2, Awakening At Hel Fenn

Bloodied and vengeful, Mannfred von Carstein readies for not for battle, but for war, first for Sylvannia, then in due time, for the Old World…

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26 May, 2016

Tales From The Crypt – Part 1, Lay Of The Land

Back in my day White Dwarf – Games Workshop’s monthly magazine – used to contain lavish spreads of master-class painting and conversion – now found in Warhammer Visions, a different magazine – information on new miniatures  – that’s all that the weekly White Dwarf is anymore – and battle reports.  The latter has been lost it seems. Battle reports were heroic tales weaved from dice rolls and hours of maths, and if you were really lucky they formed campaigns, spanning multiple issues.

That’s kind of what Tales From The Crypt is, or at least the thought behind it all. Similar to Total War: Attila’s Can Rome Fall In A Day, I wanted to chronicle my first few hours in Total War Warhammer. It all begins in the bogs of eternal night, Sylvania…

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22 May, 2016

This Week In Videogames – 22/05/2016

It’s all space in in this week’s news roundup, and not a hint of Warhammer! It may be hard to believe I know, but don’t worry I’m sure we’ll make up for it in the coming weeks.

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19 May, 2016

Review – Stellaris

When confronted with an alien threat, unmoved by conventional force, one must adapt and find new ways to wage war. This is true of the interstellar wars of Stellaris, but also the fierce boarder skirmish that was the writing of this review.

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15 May, 2016

This Week In Videogames – 15/05/2016

In videogames this week, we’ve got era-defying empires, garish gusts of magic, and plain old parallel universes. Pretty by the numbers all things considered!

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11 May, 2016

Dropping In – Atlas Reactor (Closed Beta)

Matthew and Kyle attempt to get their groove on in the Atlas Reactor beta. Contrary to this video, Trion has announced that Atlas Reactor will in fact not be free-to-play when it launches, yay?

08 May, 2016

This Week In Videogames – 08/05/2016

Boy have we got news this week, releases both near and far, trailers both awesome and mundane, and Warhammer, so much Warhammer…

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05 May, 2016

Dropping In – Game Tycoon 2

Kyle floods the 1980’s videogame market with more brand confusion than the Nintendo could shake a stick at in Game Tycoon 2, an exceedingly janky game development simulator, only on the PC of course…

03 May, 2016

Dropping In – Man O’ War: Corsair (Early Access)

The fool touch of the Dark Gods pollutes the high seas of the Old World, murdering framerate and foamy waves as though nought but mortal flesh. Kyle and Matthew eradicate ghost ships and Orc raiders in Man O’ War Corsair, in Early Access on Steam.  

02 May, 2016

The Dropkick: WWE Payback 2016 - The Roman Era has Arrived

It's time for WWE Payback, finally placed in it's logical slot after WrestleMania, but containing no WrestleMania rematches, or rivalries that are older than a month. This show is headlined between the ever popular underdog Roman Reigns defending his WWE World Heavyweight Championship against the 'Redneck Rookie' AJ Styles who has yet to make it in the big leagues.

01 May, 2016

This Week In Videogames – 01/05/2016

Call of Duty, Genestealers, and cute colourful fish are all on the card this week – the watery card in the case of the latter. Take a gander through our news roundup, won’t you?

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29 April, 2016

Dropping In – Nioh (Alpha)

Blood jets, steel glints, and souls are sucked in the Nioh Alpha Demo on PlayStation 4. And no, Symphony of the Night never touched Nintendo’s systems, let alone the ancient ones… All credibility lost!

26 April, 2016

Review – Battlefleet Gothic: Armada

Heave to and prepare to be boarded by this review of the latest Warhammer 40000 adaptation, Battlefleet Gothic: Armada.

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24 April, 2016

This Week In Videogames – 24/04/2016

We’ve got unannounced hardware details, Sega classics, Sega’s hopes for a better tomorrow, the whisperings of bloodsoaked hags,  and more in our videogame news roundup!

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22 April, 2016

Dropping In – Battlefleet Gothic: Armada

A thousand astropaths died to deliver Kyle to grim darkness of Battlefleet Gothic: Armada’s campaign mode, only on PC. 

21 April, 2016

Dropcast 33 - Dwarves and Vampires

Matthew and Kyle crawl away from their busy work to talk about the latest and hottest Video game news, and why Wrestling crushes your soul.

18 April, 2016

Dropping In – Dead Star

Kyle and Matthew take a look at the wonderfully vibrant corner of space inhabited by Dead Star, on the PlayStation 4.

17 April, 2016

This Week In Videogames – 17/04/2016

We cap off the week with a dip in the news pond, it’s a short dip I’m afraid, but as is true of most weeks’, it’s one the Warhammer enthusiast won’t want to miss.

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16 April, 2016

Dropping In – SoroSuub Refinery, Star Wars: Battlefront

The guys complete their lap around the Outer Rim by jumping into the SoroSuub Refinery, in Star Wars: Battlefront.

15 April, 2016

Dropping In – SoroSuub Pipelines, Star Wars: Battlefront

If you take anything away from this, it should be that Kyle really likes third-person shooters okay? There’s some Star War: Battlefront Outer Rim content in their too, probably.

14 April, 2016

Dropping In – Doom (Closed Beta)

Matthew and Kyle break down what’s hot and what’s not in the Doom closed multiplayer beta, played on the PS4.

11 April, 2016

Dropping In – Palace Garage, Star Wars: Battlefront

There’s always a bigger sailing barge, said Matthew’s favourite Jedi... The guys jump into the second Tatooine map, Palace Garage in Star Wars: Battlefront’s Outer Rim DLC.

10 April, 2016

This Week In Videogames – 10/04/2016

All the single Warriors, put your hands up! It’s a goddamn Koei fest in the news roundup this week, there may be a sad lack of musou, but there’s plenty of friendship-becomings!

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09 April, 2016

Dropping In – Jabba’s Palace, Star Wars: Battlefront

The guys break out their universal translators and haul Rebel loot through the wispy halls Jabba’s Palace in this fleeting look at Extraction, in Star Wars: Battlefront’s Outer Rim DLC. 

05 April, 2016

The Dropkick: WWE WrestleMania 32 2016 – WrestleMania Thirty-BOOOOO

It's time for the WWE's PPV of the year, the big one, it's WrestleMania! Coming live from Dallas Texas with a whopping 7 hours of 'quality' sports entertainment. Headlined with Roman Reigns vs. Triple H for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship, in front of 94,000 rabid fans who all hate Roman... Yeah... This doesn't sound good to me either, and it wasn't! Read on and enjoy what is honestly one of the worst WrestleMania's to date.


03 April, 2016

This Week In Videogames – 03/04/2016

I took a break from the assortment of aging titles I’ve been banging away at – the oldest being almost the same age as me – to bring yet another a news helping. It’s been a pretty quiet week considering, for all but Final Fantasy fans that is!

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02 April, 2016

The Dropkick: NXT Takeover: Dallas - Strong Style has Arrived

It's time for NXT Takeover: Dallas, from the heart and soul of Texas, which is also home to Wrestlemania 32 this year! Not that Wrestlemania matters anymore when you have NXT and the debut of the King of Strong Style to watch instead! 


31 March, 2016

Review – Rise of the Tomb Raider, Cold Darkness Awakened

Some darkness’s are best left well alone, cold or otherwise. It’s not that this darkness is particularly scary, though it is dark, but it should certainly never be awakened.

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30 March, 2016

Dropping In – Cold Darkness Awakened, Rise of the Tomb Raider

Kyle’s ire is awakened in his exploration of the Rise of the Tomb Raider’s third and presumably final expansion, Cold Darkness Awakened, on the Xbox One.

29 March, 2016

Review – Star Wars: Battlefront, Outer Rim

It may only be a short hop in the X-34 to reach the first Star Wars: Battlefront expansion, but you’ll probably want to polish up your Huttese; after all, ka cheesa crispa Greedo?

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27 March, 2016

This Week In Videogames – 27/03/2016

Korea called it right this week, as the ineffable tides besiege humanity in space, Siberia, and the terror-griped streets of Altdorf. It’s our news serving.

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