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Posted by Darryn Bonthuys - 02 Apr 2014

I was pretty happy with Killzone: Shadow Fall, as that was my debut PlayStation 4 game. It had a decent story, and some superb multiplayer with a netcode stable enough to actually allow me to get some kills in for once. I pretty much stuck to the scout class in that game. But the Insurgent DLC is looking pretty enticing now.

Posted by Stephen Snook - 03 Feb 2014

From February 4th, Forza 5 will have a new vehicle pack dubbed the “Smoking Tire” car pack. A total of ten eclectic cars ranging from high end supercars to classic muscle cars.The Smoking Tire is an automotive journalism website, and the car pack is apparently in honour of them. The cars included are listed below. The cars can be purchased separately, or all at once, and are available straight away for purchase with in-game currency.

Posted by Darryn Bonthuys - 04 Feb 2013

Much like the movie Highlander, Call of Duty Black Ops 2 is the best thing ever, when it comes to video games. Naysayers be damned, as Treyarch managed to knock out a damn fine game in the annual franchise that was fun, exciting and slick in the presentation department. As usual, the COD experience is one that has a leaning towards multiplayer and zombies once the end credits roll. And much like with previous games, there’s extra content on the way to keep players satisfied until the next game in the series arrives. Revolution, is the first of four such packs.

Posted by Garth Holden - 13 Aug 2012

The fifth intro pack, Wild Rush, demonstrates how powerful a green creature strategy can be enhanced by splashing for some removal. While playing with one colour does make for an easier mana base, it does often limit the flexibility of the deck.

Posted by Nick de Bruyne - 05 Dec 2008

For anyone that can't get enough of Star Wars: The Force Unleashed, some more DLC has been made available for both the Xbox 360 and Playstation 3.

The DLC comes in the form of two options, the first being a new mission that takes place on Coruscant at the Jedi Temple for the price equivalent of $10 or 800 Microsoft Points that will have the young Starkiller facing some of his "inner demons".

The second set of DLC is a character and costume pack, which adds seven new characters: Ben Kenobi, Count Dooku, Jango Fett, Tatooine Luke Skywalker, C-3PO, Jedi Master Plo Koon and Republic Trooper. Three new costumes have been added for Starkiller as well and this pack comes in at a price of 400 Microsoft Points or the equivalent of $5 on PSN.

Source: IGN