Severed has a parallel storyline to the original Dead Space 2 campaign. Although it’s life span is only two chapters, Severed still manages to keep things immersive and the player at the edge of their seats. With a new point of view on the outbreak and a story line separate to Isaac Clarke almost completely. Severed has us tagging along with Gabe Weller, a surviver of the previous outbreak. As everything spins out of control and Titan Station spirals into chaos Gabe finds the odds stacked against him. But a satisfying arsenal with a hint of determination will help Gabe find his way to his primary objective as well as unravelRead More →

Resident Evil HD collection verified Message From Capcom       CLASSIC HORROR COMES TO THE PLAYSTATION®3 WITH RESIDENT EVIL™: CHRONICLES HD COLLECTION   Resident Evil™: The Umbrella Chronicles And Resident Evil™: The Darkside Chronicles Bring The Survival Horror Experience To Life With PlayStation®Move   London, UK – March 13th, 2012 – Capcom, a leading worldwide developer and publisher of video games, today confirmed that Resident Evil: Chronicles HD Collection will be coming to the  PlayStation®3 across Europe and North America  in June 2012 as a digital download. Featuring Resident Evil: The Umbrella Chronicles and Resident Evil: The Darkside Chronicles, this Collection will be availableRead More →

  Dead Space 2 picks up three years after the original game ended, with Isaac Clarke waking up on the Sprawl (a space station built on one of Saturns Moons. Also called Titan Station) to find that all is not well. Due to the ignorance of human greed another Necromorph outbreak has occurred and it is up to Isaac to uncover the truth behind Titan Station. Dead Space 2’s campaign builds a rich environment from the moment Isaac first opens his eyes. By giving Isaac a voice this time round not only does it make him more believable as a character but it also opened upRead More →

  Greetings all as we enter into Easter, as I try to lighten your heart with fire fueled memories of what 2011 brought us (although, admittedly very late). Here, I shall be looking at the second half of 2011 and all the joys it brought to our gaming worlds. July Summer brought about two extremely brilliant titles, Bastion and Limbo. Bastion sees the action/RPG genres combined in a breath taking number of ways. ‘The Kid’, sets out to restore his world to its former glory after the calamity it has just experienced. As the player explores the world, be ridding of enemies, accompanied by theRead More →