Tag: single player

  • The Slow Decline of the Single-player FPS

    Cameron laments the declining quality of the single-player FPS.

  • Splatoon: Global Testfire Preview

    Ahead of its imminent full release, Scott lays down several coats of paint in the Splatoon Global Testfire!

  • The Back Catalogue – Dragon Age: Origins

    With the recent release of Dragon Age: Inquisition, Scott returns to the 2009 title that began BioWare’s fantasy trilogy.

  • Ubisoft Retires Uplay Passport System

    The announcement will come as good news for players who rely on used game purchases and who would be otherwise forced to purchase a new Uplay passport code to play online or utilise other online features. The move echoes publisher EA’s removal of its own online-pass system for multiplayer gaming this past September. Prior to…

  • AiRace Speed

    AiRace Speed is the newest release from Polish developers QubicGames. A sequel to the well-received AiRace, it departs from its predecessor by zipping into a futuristic world of neon lights, awesome techno, insane space age architecture, and incredibly stylish space ships. One thing the original AiRace was appraised for was its controls, and in this…

  • Lost Planet 3

    Capcom recently transported Ready Up to the snowy wilderness of Lost Planet 3.┬áCheck out how we got on with Jim Peyton, a lost French man, alien bugs, and snow… all the snow. Lost Planet 3 is a prequel to the first game and sees Jim Peyton travelling to a E.D.N. III to make some big…

  • Forget Smoking Patches..

    Multiplayer, probably the best thing since sliced bread. Heck, it’s better! Gaming with others split-screen has always made a game more fun but now we have the giant that is online gaming. The main culprits being the Xbox 360 and PS3 to this, having almost all of their titles online one way or another. I…