Author Archives: George Sinclair

‘Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare’ Review

Platforms: PS4, PS3, Xbox One, Xbox 360, PC Publisher: Activision Developer: Sledgehammer Games Genre: First Person Shooter Played On: PS4 We all say the same thing every year; that Call of Duty has become stale, that it’s the same thing every year in and out. And while largely true, (Infinity Ward, I’m looking at you) Advanced Warfare […]
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‘Prey 2′ Officially Cancelled

We all thought it to be true, but Human Head’s Prey 2 has officially been binned by Bethesda who had previously delayed the game again and again for quality control reasons. Speaking to CNET, Bethesda’s Pete Hines explained how “It [Prey 2] wasn’t up to our quality standard and we decided to cancel it,” before […]
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Huge ‘Battlefield 4′ Patch Rolls Out Today

DICE has revealed the full patch notes for Battlefield 4’s Fall Update which rolls out today. And it’s a big one. The patch will add a lot of improvements all across the board fixing things such as exploits in the game which allow you to get an unfair advantage on other players to reducing the […]
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‘Destiny’ Review

Platforms PS3, PS4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One Developer Bungie  Publisher Activision Genre Cooperative Shooter   Platform Played On PS4 A few years ago, the very idea of Bungie, the creators of the legendary Halo franchise developing for PlayStation as well as Xbox would have seemed like a very desirable, although farfetched idea. Then comes along Destiny, a cooperative or […]
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Dice Announces ‘Battlefield 4: Final Stand’ DLC, Available for PC Today

DICE has announced the latest piece of DLC for Battlefield 4, Final Stand which is available today on PC if you’re a member of the Community Test Environment. “The amount of feedback we’ve been getting via the CTE has been incredible, and is a tremendous asset to the team here at DICE LA,” DICE stated in […]
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Nintendo Announces New 3DS and 3DS XL

Nintendo has announced a new 3DS model in addition to a new 3DS XL. The new editions of both models remain very similar to the previous models bar a few tweaks such as new buttons and a better screen for both. The new screens boast large improvements for the 3D capabilities of both consoles. Players […]
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New Xbox One Update Available Now

Microsoft has announced the new Xbox One September System Update is ready for users to download now, bringing a slew of new and tweaked features. The update introduces a new Media Player app, a better Party app and some new features for Xbox SmartGlass as well as others. The new Media Player app allows users […]
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‘The Last of Us’ Gets Two New, Free Multiplayer Maps

Naughty Dog has announced two new maps for The Last of Us‘ multiplayer as an apology for the game’s much complained about matchmaking. To sweeten the deal, the maps are completely free. There’s no release window for the free maps just yet but they’ll be coming to both the PS3 and PS4 versions of the […]
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New ‘Watch Dogs’ Update Lets Players Hack Their Friends

Ubisoft has announced a new update coming out for Watch Dogs which will add a few new features for the game, most notably the introduction of the ability for players to hack their friends in the game’s multiplayer. Online hacking has been in the game since its release but has only allowed players to hack others […]
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Watch Six Minutes of ‘Bloodborne’ Gameplay Right Now

Do you want to see six whole minutes of gameplay from Bloodborne? Of course you do, so here you go. Bloodborne is a PlayStation 4 exclusive, currently without a release date. George Sinclair a long serving PlayStation Editor for Analog Addiction, the home of the latest news, reviews and previews. You can find George on Twitter but […]
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Sony Unsure of Whether ‘Rise of the Tomb Raider’ Will See a PS4 Release

Sony Worldwide Studios boss Shuhei Yoshida is ultimately unsure of when and/or if Rise of the Tomb Raider will come to PlayStation 4, casting yet more doubt on the depth of the game’s exclusivity. In a post-Gamescom interview with Eurogamer, Yoshida revealed how he (and presumably Sony) were caught off guard by the surprise announcement […]
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Gamescom 2014: ‘Tomb Raider’ Xbox Exclusivity is for a “Duration”

At Gamescom yesterday, it was announced Rise of the Tomb Raider will be exclusive to Xbox One. Today, Microsoft’s Phil Spencer has clarified the exclusivity deal “has a duration” which makes it look like the game is a timed exclusive. When the announcement was made, it said Tomb Raider would be “coming exclusively to Xbox […]
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Gamescom 2014: Sony Details PS4 2.0 Update

Sony has released new information explaining what will be in the next 2.0 system update for the PlayStation 4. The next update for the PS4 will introduce the Share Play feature which was originally announced way back in February 2013 when the console was originally announced. In case you’ve forgotten what this feature will allow […]
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‘Sacred 3′ Review

Platforms: PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 Developer: Keen Games   Publisher: Deep Silver Genre: Action-RPG   Platform Played On: PS3 Over the last few years, we’ve seen games change in many ways though every once in a while, it’s good to jump back and play some good, old school games. This is exactly what you […]
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New Trailer For ‘Tekken 7′ Released

Bandai Namco has shown off a new trailer for Tekken 7, the latest instalment in the long-running fighting game series. The trailer claims to conclude the story of the Mishima Saga. Classic characters such as Heihachi, Kazuya and Jinpachi. What the new trailer doesn’t reveal though, is a release date or what platforms Tekken 7 will be on. […]
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