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Saints Row 4 Re-Elected & Gat Out Of Hell – Review

Saints Row 4 Re-Elected & Gat Out Of Hell – Review

We here at TheGameJar have previously been very positive regarding 2013′s Saints Row 4, as well as previous Saints Row games. I personally however have never been in that bracket having never really experienced the franchise. I know, I’m a bad person but life, other games and just general laziness has kept me from the franchise before. ... Read More »

Project Cars – Preview

Project Cars – Preview

Project Cars is responsible for a first in my life, my first 4K gaming experience. In an era where open world driving games seem to be the more successful of the four wheeled genre, Project Cars has gone to a very traditional route. One that games like Gran Turismo has treaded and arguably worn out over many years. Photo-realism in both environment... Read More »

LEGO Annouce Dinosaurs and Superheros (Jurassic World)

LEGO Annouce Dinosaurs and Superheros (Jurassic World)

It’s not often we cover news, but this one was certainly too big for me to miss posting about. Warner Bros Interactive have announced the TT Games/LEGO line up for 2015. These include another Marvel tie in with LEGO: Marvel’s Avengers, new LEGO Ninjago game: Shadow of Ronin and iOS releases of The Lego Movie videogame and Lego Batman: B... Read More »

Skyforge Preview – Is 2015 a year of Russian Gaming?

Skyforge Preview – Is 2015 a year of Russian Gaming?

A few things come to my mind when you say Russian to me: Red October, The Dude’s favourite drink, and the orchestral cover of that crap Sting song that Charlie Brooker uses in every Yearly/Weekly Wipe. You might not think gaming is a synonymous word but it really is. From every WW2 shooter under the sun, to Catherine in every Civilization gam... Read More »

PES 2015 – Review

PES 2015 – Review

If you’re reading this, then I know exactly what you’re looking for. You’re looking for the answer. It’s the answer you’ve probably been looking for every year since around…2008? That was the year you could legitimately ask the question without being laughed out of the room. The question, of course, is which is better? FIFA or PES? Unless you... Read More »

Wii U: To Buy Or Not To Buy

Wii U: To Buy Or Not To Buy

Last year saw Sony beat the rest of the competition to the floor with the PS4, squashing them like bugs. Microsoft soon rallied back and has seen healthy figures in the last quarter thanks to some rather aggressive discounting. Yet to me there seems to be a dark horse, one that is slowly gaining popularity and seeing an increase in sales. For me th... Read More »

360 Retro Reload – Fairytale Fights

360 Retro Reload – Fairytale Fights

The Good - Amusing themed weapons The Bad - Extremely repetitive The second game I’ll be looking at as part of the 360 Retro Reload is the hack and slash adventure game Fairytale Fights. The game was developed by Playlogic Game Factory and released by Playlogic Entertainment for the Xbox 360 and Playstation 3 back in October 2009, so it’s a pretty ... Read More »

Most Anticipated Games Of 2015

Most Anticipated Games Of 2015

Another year has ended. A year full of games that surprised and fascinated us all. From big blockbusters to small indie games last year was full of diamonds in the rough. As well as the quality we also saw disappointment, games that promised us the world and yet failed to set us aflame with satisfaction. It was also a year where I stood more in the... Read More »

Are Boxing Day sales over for games?

Are Boxing Day sales over for games?

It was good to walk in to my local GAME store and see people queuing to buy games this past Saturday. Obviously the glut of online retail sales and their frankly aggressive marketing hasn’t dulled the public’s taste for high street shopping. And given that my town has either GAME, a CEX, or a very small (practically non-existent) sectio... Read More »

TheGameJar Awards 2014 – WINNERS!

TheGameJar Awards 2014 – WINNERS!

Yes you voted for them in your fractions of thousands and I’d even put some of the games in the same category twice (ED – thanks James, I noticed too late). But you saw fit to cast your choices and we’ve come up with your favourite games for 2014 in a nice little video below. So without further ado, here are TheGameJar readers 201... Read More »

360 Retro Reload – Split/Second Velocity

360 Retro Reload – Split/Second Velocity

The Good – Challenging action racing game that will keep you playing for hours The Bad – Can feel too challenging at times leading to many rage quits As the next gen consoles are now in full swing and games are being released regularly, (not counting those delayed games but we don’t talk about them) I will be taking a look at back some of the games... Read More »

Drink’n Games – Christmas NiGHTS

Drink’n Games – Christmas NiGHTS

Welcome to Drink’n Games! A semi-regular-ish feature wherein our intrepid American correspondent and all around snobby jerk Tim tries pairing a beer he’s never tried with a game he loves, under a set of completely arbitrary rules, and records the results for both scientific study and the entertainment of YOU, our beloved reader! Got suggestions for... Read More »

TheGameJar Awards: 2014 – YOU DECIDE!

TheGameJar Awards: 2014 – YOU DECIDE!

The title says it all ladies and gentlemen. Through two weeks of messaging, talking and editorial brain churning, TheGameJar crew have narrowed down their choices for TheGameJar Awards 2014. There are ten categories and this includes the obvious and the not so obvious choices. You may disagree with some of them. Please feel free to debate this on F... Read More »

Review: Game Of Thrones – Episode One

Review: Game Of Thrones – Episode One

When I first heard that TellTale games were working on a new episodic graphic game based in the world of Game Of Thrones I was excited to say the least. I love the show and the books and have become addicted to the tales of Westeros. With TellTale there was hope that this would be more than just your average game, especially after the unfavourably ... Read More »

Total War Arena – Hands On Preview

Total War Arena – Hands On Preview

CRY HAVOC! AND LET SLIP THE DOGS OF WAR! These were words I did not scream at the top of my lungs to my teammates as I flanked my way around a mountain pass. But they were in my head rather poetically as the hoards of Roman armies powered forward. As I took command of Leonidas of Sparta, my little army of an archer unit and two spearmen units charg... Read More »

LEGO Batman 3 Beyond Gotham – Review

LEGO Batman 3 Beyond Gotham – Review

Greetings caped crusaders! LEGO returns in DC comics form to control your minds, brick by tiny brick and shrink your world… Quite literally. LEGO Batman 3 Beyond Gotham is a LEGO game that is very obviously the product of three things. Firstly, complete and total passion for the DC universe by its creators. Secondly, its a game that has the v... Read More »

Drink’n Games – Duke Nukem: Nuclear Winter

Drink’n Games – Duke Nukem: Nuclear Winter

Welcome to Drink’n Games! A semi-regular-ish feature wherein our intrepid American correspondent and all around snobby jerk Tim tries pairing a beer he’s never tried with a game he loves, under a set of completely arbitrary rules, and records the results for both scientific study and the entertainment of YOU, our beloved reader! Got suggestions for... Read More »

Assassins Creed Rogue Review

Assassins Creed Rogue Review

So as I’m one of the few people that don’t seem to have a next gen console I’m going to be reviewing 360 and 3DS games primarily but, on the plus side, that means I get to try out games like Assassins Creed Rogue and tell all you lucky people about it! The game is set in the mid-18th century during the French and Indian war, with the main character... Read More »

Never Alone – Review

Never Alone – Review

Sometimes we are blessed with video games that we have a vehicle, as critics, as designers and as players, with which we can experience art that no others have access to. There are parts of video games that you can argue transcend the emergent gameplay they inspire, or the visual treats and beautiful moments where music, visuals and story combine t... Read More »

Mobile Buzz: Long Journeys

Mobile Buzz: Long Journeys

Welcome to another GameJar Mobile Buzz. This week we have news from the realm of Westoros, a classic returns and is Nintendo finally looking to move into the mobile arena? So what are you waiting for, go grab a beer and let’s get this show on the road… iOS Game Of Thrones Big news for iOS this week as Telltale games finally made a lot of peop... Read More »

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