Category:  PS

By , August 21, 2014, @ 4:30 pm 1 Gamescom, News, PC, PS, Video, Xbox

The other day, we excitedly reported that both MGS V: The Phantom Pain as well as Ground Zeroes were coming to PC. On top of that, The Phantom Pain demonstrated the use of horse manure as weapon with which to… Read More »

By , August 21, 2014, @ 2:00 pm 2 News, PC, PS, Rumours, Xbox

Teasers and hints at forthcoming titles can often be subtle or slight. Sometimes they’re hidden in plain sight and at other times they’re delivered under the guise of a mistake. It’s that last situation that interests us most in this… Read More »

By , August 21, 2014, @ 1:30 pm 2 News, PS

If you’re a fan of or you’re interested in Minecraft but have never really been a PC gamer, then the PS3 or Xbox 360 versions of the game would’ve done in a pinch, sort of. We say sort of because… Read More »

By , August 21, 2014, @ 9:00 am 7 Mobile, News, Nintendo, PC, PS, Video, Xbox

A new LEGO game is on the way, go figure, and LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham has a trailer to show off the latest building block antagonist, Brainiac. Brainiac’s diabolical plan is to shrink and collect the Earth, and apparently… Read More »

By , August 21, 2014, @ 8:00 am 4 News, PC, PS, Video, Xbox

So far, at least as far as console and PC titles go, The Behemoth are responsible for three splendid indie games (Alien Hominid, Castle Crashers and Battleblock Theater), each better than the last. So you can imagine, then, that we’re… Read More »

By , August 20, 2014, @ 2:30 pm 1 News, Nintendo, PC, PS, Video, Xbox

Recently, The Tonight Show played host to former James Bond Pierce Brosnan. Of course, everyone knows the James Bond franchise, but here on G3AR we’re particular fans of GoldenEye 64 for the Nintendo 64, and it seems so is Jimmy… Read More »

By , August 20, 2014, @ 1:30 pm 4 News, Nintendo, PC, PS, Xbox

Not long after EA announced their subscription service and its benefits for Xbox One owners, Sony explained away (or attempted to at any rate) their need for such a service. Well they may get their chance to better prepare this… Read More »

By , August 20, 2014, @ 12:00 pm 3 News, Nintendo, PS, Xbox

While Resident Evil: Revelations for PS3 was by no means a bad game, it definitely wasn’t our favourite game of 2013. Nevertheless, Capcom feels it did well enough to warrant a sequel because the box art as well as a… Read More »

By , August 20, 2014, @ 9:00 am 3 News, PC, PS, Video, Xbox

We didn’t think we would ever say this, but we may have already reached saturation point with regards to The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt news. It’s not that we’re not looking forward to the game (quite the opposite in fact),… Read More »

By , August 20, 2014, @ 8:00 am 4 Gamescom, News, PS, Video

For as many similarities as there are between From Software’s upcoming Bloodborne and their Souls games of the previous generation, there are twice¬† as many differences or vast improvements. So much so, in fact, that the following Bloodborne trailer, courtesy… Read More »

By , August 19, 2014, @ 5:00 pm 3 PC, PS, Xbox

Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor’s impending release, that’s September 30th for consoles and October 2nd for PC, means the inevitable announcement of a Season Pass. Quite annoyingly, the Season Pass seems to unlock a number of missions otherwise unavailable to the… Read More »

By , August 19, 2014, @ 3:00 pm 2 News, PC, PS, Xbox

Crytek hit quite the rough patch recently, but the studio is determined to pick themselves up and repair their, so called, damaged reputation. Earlier this year, the internet was riddled with rumours that the studio was teetering on the verge… Read More »