Xbox at E3

With E3 steadily approaching we’re begging to get more and more details about exactly what is going down at the gaming industry’s biggest extravaganza.


After outlining their plans for this year’s conference back in MarchMicrosoft have now provided further details of what you can expect come June.

Providing the details on Major Nelson’s blog, Microsoft will be kicking things off with their annual Xbox E3 2018 Briefing. Stating that “during the briefing, you’ll have a chance to check out everything from in-depth looks at previously-announced games to trailers for our unannounced titles coming in 2018 and beyond”.

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Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice Announced For Xbox

Until now the 2017 hit Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice had been a PS4 and PC exclusive, but that’s going to change next month.


Game developer Ninja Theory have confirmed the recent rumour that the action game, acclaimed for dealing with mental illness through the construct of Norse mythology, will be coming to the Xbox on April 11.

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UK Video Games Sector Shows Strong Growth

Following on from the news that the UK film and television industry had broken records over 2017, news has broken that the video games sector is following suit.


In a press release put out by video games industry trade association, TIGA, it is revealed that “studio headcounts, wider games industry employment, tax revenues and investment” all passed previous records.

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Game Review: Monster Hunter World

Finally the Japanese pop culture phenomena reaches the lofty heights of AAA status.


As of writing this article (Our first full game review for the website) I currently stand at having put in roughly 6 hours of gameplay into Monster Hunter: World, for some games that would be the campaign done and a few custom items in multiplayer unlocked. But not Monster Hunter: World. Over the 6 hours I have barely scratched the surface of what the game has to offer in its entirety, and in all honesty I think that after 40 hours of gameplay I wouldn’t be in much of a better position.

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