The next Dragon Ball game looks pretty Super! What characters would we like to play as? We take a look at some important figures ,not announced yet as playable, in the series history. Continue reading UPDATED: Dragon Ball FighterZ – What fighters should be announced next?
Time to celebrate some of the great music in our video games! Continue reading Super VG Playlist: Flying Battery Zone
E3 has come and gone once again and it’s hard to believe yet another year has flown by for us all. As always there have been plenty of new game reveals and hardware information to snap up over the past … Continue reading Ratchet’s E3 2016 Round-Up
Grand Theft Auto V is the biggest and most ambitious a longer running game series, yet despite its scale and many improvements, the game proved difficult to engage with as a whole. Christmas time last year, my eldest brother lent … Continue reading Why’d it Take so Long to Finish Grand Theft Auto V
Speculation is rife at the minute as fans eagerly await more information on Kingdom Hearts III, with the matter of what Disney worlds are to appear all the more exciting considering the company’s huge acquisitions of Pixar, Marvel and LucasFilms … Continue reading All New Worlds in Kingdom Hearts III?!
Around a decade ago, in a time before iPhones and Tablet computers, our main device to play videos games on was believe it or not, our video game consoles. None of this one device to rule them all nonsense, you … Continue reading Would you buy The Lord of the Rings: The Video Game?
It hasn’t always been smooth raiding for Lara Croft over the years; her more recent entries in the Tomb Raider series ranging from mediocre to downright poor. This is until the simply titled Tomb Raider was released in 2013 and reinvented our heroine entirely, giving us a stellar action-adventure game to play and not to mention being heralded as one of the greatest video games of the last console generation. The game managed to stand out because for the first time in the series we could … Continue reading Lara Croft: The Price of Reinvention