Another weekend means that the world hasn’t imploded but it also means that we’ll be posting another issue of The Games Cabin’s Weekend Play Dates. We’re already on issue number 8 and it’s quite an achievement that we’ve managed to …Read more
Sony has aknowledged that the Oculus Rift, the main competitor to Sony’s PlayStation VR, is of higher quality than the PlayStation VR but recognized that’s not necessarily bad.
“If you just talk about the high-end quality, yes, I would admit …Read more
Square Enix’s approach to Hitman’s release is still a bit of a mystery to us, but what’s even more baffling is the lack of a big silver gong for premium killers. Yes, Hitman will release without a one of those …Read more
Retro City Rampage has done alright for itself since releasing as a cheap and cheerful one-man release in 2012. Fast-forward a few years and we find ourselves a little older, a little grayer, and a little fatter, yet Retro City …Read more
We’ve only just gotten around to installing all of March’s PS Plus freebies, yet we are now preparing for what’s to come in April. Bonkers, no?
April is still a few weeks away and Sony is usually very secretive about …Read more
The PS Store is pretty sharp these days on the PS4, and it’s certainly a far cry from the slow and cumbersome one we had to endure during the PS3’s era.
Despite it being pretty good already, it looks as …Read more
Microsoft caused something of a stir a couple of weeks ago by conforming that Quantum Break will also get a release on the PC platform. Some of the Xbox faithful saw it as a bit of a slap to the …Read more
The weekend is once again upon and, for most of us at least, that means that gaming is the at the forefront of the brain while work gets relegated to the back seat.
So without further ado, here’s what your …Read more
On a Snapchat story yesterday the comics giant Marvel revealed some neat codes for all comic book lovers! If you still live in the Rock Age and don’t have a Snapchat, worry not, we have all the goodies here at …Read more
We’ve already been fairly certain that a remastering of Dead Island and it’s dodgy sequel were in the works, what with leaked retail listing, rating and so on, but now it’s been officially announced by publisher Deep Silver.
The Definitive …Read more
It’s finally happened: No Man’s Sky has finally secured itself a release date, and best of all is that it’s not going to be too long of a wait until we’re all flying aimlessly around the digital universe that Hello …Read more
Management sims aren’t all that common on consoles (R.I.P Theme Park World, PS1) so it’s always a little treat for enthusiasts when a new one does release on home consoles.
The latest to release is Prison Architect, though it’s been …Read more
A long awaited release date for us here on this side of the pond has been told upon us for Fire Emblem Fates, May 20th. The games will have 2 versions – Birthright and Conquest; a third adaptation, Fire Emblem …Read more
During today’s Nintendo Direct, amongst a number of updates that Nintendo had announced one of them was news of the 3DS finally receiving the ability to play Super Nintendo games… the catch, though, is that only the ‘New’ 3DS systems …Read more