Hello there, readers! In case you’re blissfully unaware, my name is Chris Harding and I’m the guy who runs/owns The Games Cabin. I’ve been doing this gig since October 2012, so that’s almost four years of my life dedicated to …Read more
Telltale’s The Walking Dead: Michonne has seen favourable reviews so far but that’s only one episode. Tomorrow (March 29th) brings the second installment in the mini-series and to celebrate the incoming release, Telltale has released a new trailer and some …Read more
One of the more annoying things about the PS Vita is its lack of proper L2/R2 buttons. It’s fine without them for regular PS Vita games, but when you want to do some remote play and you’re needing to hit …Read more
Miitomo – Nintendo’s first entry into the mobile industry – may be struggling with a western release date. Since the first reveal of it’s expected release date, March, the official site no longer states March at all.
Now, sure, we …Read more
Guitar Hero Live is the gift that keeps on giving, isn’t it? For those who’ve been strumming away at their plastic axe since the game’s release, it’s easy to see that FreeStyle Games is dedicated to the cause and it …Read more
Activision and FreeStyle Games have today released a new update for Guitar Hero Live.
The update, version 1.06, is pretty small in size and should only run you around 322MB of bandwidth and hard drive space.
So, what does the …Read more
Easter holidays? Check. Lots of Easter eggs and chocolate? Check. A bunch of games to play with your free time and chocolate? No? Bugger. Well, no worry as there’s a bunch of games going cheap on the European PSN right …Read more
PlayStation Now has been shining bright over the last few months, yet us lot here in the UK are still being fairly shafted. Okay, that’s not entirely true, but we are missing out on some great games that are available …Read more
Another week and another Nintendo eShop update. This week’s bunch of downloadable goodies include a little bit of everything for 3DS and Wii U; there’s even some goodies via the Virtual Console for the lovers of games from years gone …Read more
A little later than we’re usually aiming for, this week’s The Games Cabin’s Weekend Play Dates issue is going to be on the shorter side due to a few members being missing in action. Does it have something to do …Read more
Sony runs a little initiative that you may or may not know about. The Sony Pub Fund is a little project that the Japanese giant uses to help small-time developers get their games out into the open for the world …Read more
Android and iOS mobile games may not be the biggest part of a gamers diet, but like with human food a varied selection of digestible goods are required to sustain you through the day; you can’t exactly lug your Xbox …Read more
We first predicted that Nintendo would move into the mobile space last year, and since then the Japanese gaming giant hasn’t let us down – at least not entirely.
Nintendo announced a few months back that it would be releasing …Read more
Sony has kick started the Easter festivities with a somewhat massive sale on the PlayStation Network. Really, it’s absolutely chocka-full of great games that have been discounted. There’s something for just about everyone with every PlayStation console; there’s PS4 games, …Read more
Despite not selling as well as Activision had hoped, Guitar Hero Live is still doing rather well and the support for the game has been top-notch so far. That support doesn’t seem to be drying up anytime soon and FreeStyle …Read more