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Review - Magix Movie Edit Pro 15

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Magix Movie Edit Pro 15 might be the software for you if you are into movie editing but you haven't all the right skills to call yourself a professional. This software is here to help you make things if not easy then at least a lot easier. We get to play around with the latest Magix Movie Editing software released Magix Movie Edit Pro 15.


Review - Pixel Poetry


I remember a time when gaming was seen as a pastime activity that kids did, parents didn’t understand it and nobody could play games, write about games or even make games and make good money off it, or so I was told. But here we are, 2014 and not only is gaming one of the biggest entertainment markets ever it is also a time where the triple A games get less exposure while the indie games are slowly but surely taking over. And with money in any kind of business there are bound to be documentaries coming out that addresses the subject, and there is nothing I enjoy more when I watch a documentary then when it is about my favourite activity, gaming. Pixel Poetry is one of the newest ones I have watched and I am here to tell you all about it


Review - Infamous First Light


Infamous: First Light is a direct prequel to what went down in Infamous: Second Son. You play as the female protagonist Abigail Walker in her fight to save her brother. It is time to once again revisit the world of Infamous in the latest release in the series.


Preview - Ryse: Son of Rome PC


I was lucky enough to get a preview build of the upcoming PC version of Ryse that is slighted for release. The former Xbox One exclusive will be available to PC gamers with 4K resolution support and the high quality graphics not only takes it toll on your computer but also your eyes as the game looks absolutely stunning on the computer but how does the game control with a mouse and keyboard?


Review - The Sims 4


The Sims 4 isn't a brand new game in the sense of it reinventing the series, it is still very much a Sims game with minor tweaks here and there. They have removed some things and added some other things, they have improved things which very much needed that improvement and to be quite honest about it, they have taken most things that got criticized in the previous game and not only changed it but changed it for the better. The Sims 4 is in my eyes the perfect Sims game, whatever that may or may not mean to you.


Review - Destiny


How is it possible for a game to be consider the game of the generation, before it even releases, to even get a fair chance once people get their hands on it. Enter Destiny, a game so hyped that there was not chance in hell it would be able to come near the hype, reviewers have been hard on it, gamers have been hard on it, but I might just see things a little differently, and this is why I like that I hate Destiny and this is why I hate that I like Destiny.


Review - Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare

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A kid friendly shooter is just what we need, a reason to keep kids away from games like Call of Duty and Battlefield. Our prayers have been answered and leave it to the Plants vs. Zombies franchise to make something like this a reality, and here we are, reviewing Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare


Review - Diablo 3 Ultimate Evil Edition


I have personally played Diablo 3 too much, I seriously mean that. Wait, I am not saying that I am sick of Diablo 3, that I played so much of it that I hate it now, I love it even more! I cant stop playing this game, somebody help me! And to make things even worse, Diablo on console is a match made in heaven, and I might be enjoying this version the most, who knew?


Preview - The Crew


The Crew is a few months away from release I got a beta key to play around so imagine this, what if you combined Burnout Paradise with Test Drive Unlimited ?  


Review - Oddworld: Abe's Oddysee - New 'n' Tasty


Oddworld is the right name for this game, it always have been and always will be. If you remember this game from back in the day you are halfway there as this is the remake to the Oddworld: Abe's Oddysee which released on Playstation and Pc back in the late 90s, the game even released a version for the GameBoy. But here we are, years later and the remake is out and it is called Oddworld: Abe's Oddysee – New 'n' Tasty!


Review - Sacred 3


Sacred 3 isn't what you expect if you only played Sacred 1 and 2, the game has a new publisher behind it and a new developer behind it also, now this might be a good thing if you hated the previous games but since you are here checking out the review I would say that you most likely was interested in the previous games and want to know how this third instalment measures up to its previous games, well if you liked Sacred Citadel you might get a kick out of this however if you hated it and liked the previous games then you are in for a surprise, and not a good one.


Review - Risen 3 Titan Lords


Risen 3 Titan Lords is a mixed bag and depending on what you expect from the game is the answer to how well this game is going to sit with you. If you played the previous Risen games you might know what is coming however if this is your first Risen game then this might also be your last


Review - The Last of Us Remastered

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The Last of Us was one of my favourite games of last year, and when I heard there would be a Remastered version coming for the new consoles I was eager to check it out and once again relive the beautiful story that is The Last of Us.


Review - Dark Souls 2 Crown of the Sunken King DLC


Ah, Dark Souls, how many hours have I spent in this game without getting any progress done? How many times have I read that I have died, again? How difficult and frustrating is it to die a second time when you are trying to do a quick run back to collect your lost XP and know that hours of game time is lost forever? And still I ask for more, and here is my review of Dark Souls 2's first DLC Crown of the Sunken King.


Preview - The Forest


I was doing fine, had my hut built up, got some tasty rabbits cooking on the fire and was about to go to bed for the night when they arrived and all hell broke loose, welcome to The Forest.


Review - Pure Pool


Since gaming first started the game of pool has been implemented into a lot of games over the years, some good but a lot of them not all that entertaining and rarely do you play a pool game that actually resemblance the real thing, Pure Pool is as close as you'll get to the real thing without the grimy bar stench in the background.


Review - Sniper Elite 3


Sniper Elite quickly became a series of games that would fill the void for sniper shooters and fans of that specific genre since most fps focuses on diversity,and lets face it if you play as a sniper in any fps multiplayer nobody likes you, sorry, but the Sniper Elite series managed to capture a rather large audience with the previous releases and should get alot of fans hooked on this release too. This however is the first Sniper Elite game for the new gen consoles and the developers had some pretty large shoes to fill. Join us as we tackle Sniper Elite 3 for the Playstation 4


Review - Valiant Hearts

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How much do you know about The Great War? Valiant Hearts puts the player into the action and let you take part in the emotional aspect of a war, the different sides and stories of the different countries fighting for their honour, and you smack dab in the middle trying to solve puzzles and yet set things as right as they can be during a war. Valiant Hearts lets you feel the war in a different way


Review - EA Sports UFC


IT'S TIME! It is finally time to see what EA Sports has managed to do with the UFC franchise now that they got complete control over it. Last UFC release was great but one of the biggest gripes about the game series has always been the steep learning curve that it constantly introduces to new comers and therefore makes the game hard for them to get behind, I am glad to say that EA Sports UFC has managed to make this the most approachable UFC game to date, but yes it is still a rough game with a steep learning curve


Review - Blue Estate


The prequel to Viktor Kalvachev's Blue Estate graphic novel first episode comes in form of a on-rails shooter where you use motion controls to play, for the PS4 you use the gyroscope and the Dualshock's touch-pad, and the Kinect Sensor for Xbox One, we played the PS4 version for this review. You can get to re-live the glories days of on-rail shooters, and from a fan of those days I would just like to say that I wish it wasn't an on-rail shooter...


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