Warframe Update 19

Warframe is set to release yet another big update called U19 the War Within.

The previous major update was huge for the game, revealing many interesting aspects of the game and lore for the players and fans alike especially it was the first Cinematic quest in the game.

I’ve always been a fan of Warframe, played it for a while when it first started and to see it grow has been a treat because the developers really put their soul in making the game better and always consider player recommendations and for me it’s probably one of the best free to play games out there, that is if you’re into space ninjas.

It was a little disappointing to see the end result of the last big update the Second Dream, to not include any spoilers Warframe’s player base in my opinion consists a great amount of adults, but you can’t argue with the developer’s idea because they have most definitely seen the long term goal.

For Update 19 the developers are aiming to release content on a steady pace that’s understandable because the update will be a major one.

The first wave has already begun with the introduction of Lunaro, its Warframes take on including some friendly sporting aspect in the game, and it’s kind of like basketball. To be honest there’s no real focus of the Lunaro update, as it seems childish to me, some players like it whereas I’ve met many players in game since the update who haven’t even tried it yet and don’t even intend too.


The second wave of the update should be an interesting one called Spectres of the Rail because it’ll focus on the Archwing game mod which I am a fan of, it’s going to focus on the Archwing flight systems bringing improvements and diversity on how you play, also including a healer class to better accommodate long runs including two new game modes and weapons.


The last wave of the big update would be the quest the War Within and should be nice to see what it brings including a new warframe for players to slice and dice with.

World of Warcraft Legion, release date for Collector’s Edition plus pre-order details

World of Warcraft Legion has its release date revealed and it is scheduled to come out on August 30th 2016 for the PC. The product description from Amazon.com is as follows.


The Burning Legion surges into Azeroth in countless numbers while the warlock Gul’dan seeks the hidden remains of Illidan the Betrayer-the final component in a ritual to summon the Dark Titan Sargeras.


As your world crumbles beneath the invasion, you must take up ancient artifact weapons of unbridled power and forge a forbidden pact with the vengeful demon hunters of the Illidari. For only you and your accursed allies can end the Legion’s apocalyptic ambitions and prevent Azeroth from falling beneath the Great Burning Shadow.


As for the Contents for the Collector’s Edition of the game, which you can see below are.

  • Join Illidan’s immortal army
  • Wield a mythic weapon
  • Battle to level 110
  • Boost to Level 100 instantly
  • Command the resistance


World of Warcraft Legion opens a dark and thrilling new chapter in one of the Warcraft series greatest conflicts, and things will never be the same again for some of Azeroth’s most iconic heroes and villains. In the meantime You can also check out the Cinematic trailer below.

World of Warcraft Legion will be available on the 30th of August 2016 for the PC.

Live Lock Gameplay trailer and impression

The top down shooter Live Lock coming to the PS4, Xbox One and PC end of this year.

Playing as robots is always fun, be it mechs or any other cybernetic being it just relives to good old terminator game on Sega for me, Live Lock looks like being a badass Robot slaying everything in your path kind of cooperative game.

Currently you can chose from three different characters or robots with their own unique abilities and moves. Top down shooters can be fun with one of our favourites being the Dawn of War franchise.

The graphics compared to the genre are as expected and if you actually expect or compare top down shooter graphics to first or third person games well, that’s kind of irrelevant and basically do not apply but the lighting effect sure looks beautiful here.

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Live Lock has great detail in its graphics though, the lighting and movement effects look clean and visually attractive also having a destructible environment so you can just push through building and enemies just for fun.

The game follows a cooperative playstyle with a team consisting of 3 players with a few choices of weapons, characters and abilities and the choices really are a few but with any cooperative game the abilities and weapons selection for each member of the team does contribute to overall gameplay.

Live lock does rely on strategy and teamwork and there is also a solo mode in the game for solo players.

Live lock is set to release sometime at the end of this year for the PS4, Xbox One and PC. The top down shooter should provide players with a good teamwork based game and we’re looking forward to playing it check out the gameplay trailer below.

Sony’s answer to the threat of gamers jumping ship to the PC

Sony’s Decision to release a souped up PS4 code-named the PS4 NEO is a result of the Japanese electronic giant’s fears of potentially losing customers to the high end PC as Sony would rather understandably have gamer’s within their own Ecosystem. PC gamer’s routinely enjoy higher frame-rates and higher, more detailed resolutions in contrast to their console counterparts it is believed so it is understandable why Sony would feel the need to release a mid-cycle update to exist along the current and already graphically capable PS4.


photo credit goes to IGN As you can see, consoles are almost on par with the Pc but still has a ways to go

The PS4 Neo’s better graphics should likely help persuade current gamer’s from jumping ship although like I said, the PS4 is perfect capable given the likes of Uncharted 4 and with what was shown at E3 2016.with games like the new God of war and Horizon zero dawn in the pipeline, it’s a bit surprising although not unheard of why Sony would even think about going this route just like Microsoft has apparently with its new mid cycle refresh of the XBOX code-named Scorpio. Now I wonder, even though I stick to consoles even though I own a reasonably capable PC,I just don’t see why other gamer’s can do the same thing, I mean that’s what gaming is all about right? The more the merrier.

Our Top Video Games Magazines ever

Before the Age of the Internet, there were simply more how shall we say it? Physical options, where people could hold their favorite books and yes, even video games magazines. Sure you can do all that now on Tablets and Cellphones via PDF but its not the same, so let’s take a look at the Authors Top Publications Dedicated to Video games.

6. Game informer


Game informer is a Monthly magazine in the US owned by Video game Retailer, Game Stop Corp with the first issue coming out in 1991. It Covers Reviews and Previews as well as Exclusive interviews with some of the Top Developers and Industry Personal, it also has some of the Best Breaking Exclusives and Cover Stories as well as an Online Website called Gameinformer.

5. GamePro


GamePro was an American Multi-format video game magazine where the first issue came out in 1989 with their last publication being their winter 2011 issue. Famous for its Pro-tips section and also the editors using comic book avatars for their editorials and reviews as well as a Buyers Beware Section , It has a Fond place in many a gamer’s heart since the Era of the Sega Genesis and Super Nintendo Game Systems.

4. Games Master


Games Master Magazine is a UK based Multi platform Gaming and PC mag . It was launched in 1993. Known for its news and reviews, games posters and awarding the Gold award to high Scoring Video games, It is known to be an entertaining read and especially with all the cool stuff you get such as posters, cards and other free merchandise. It even had its own tv show with the same name but which no longer exists but the publication is still running.

3. PSM (Official PlayStation Magazine)


Another Favorite which used to be simply called PSM until its Parent company Future Publishing decided to brand it close to its uk Counter part of the same name. The publication was dedicated to all things PlayStation with the first issue releasing In 1997 with final fantasy 7 on the cover, A popular magazine for PlayStation Enthusiasts and a personal favourite of the author, which ended its run with the Christmas 2012 issue.

2. PlayStation Official Magazine UK (OPM)


A Monthly publication with reviews and previews and other cool merchandise such as posters, thumb sticks and the Demo Disc. The Publication is the only Magazine dedicated to PlayStation still running although to many a gamer’s disappointment, the demo disc was removed. The Magazine was launched in 1995 to coincide with the Original PlayStation Console’s Launch in the UK, later on it was re-branded to the official PlayStation 2 magazine and back again and even had its short lived spin off called Essential PlayStation.

1. Electronic Gaming Monthly (EGM)


Perhaps the most popular Video gaming Magazine in Existence, which covered industry events, top news and reviews and previews as well as interviews with some of the industry’s finest. The Publication Launched in 1989 and even had its own Sister Publication known simply as EGM2 from 1994 to 1998. A website and Podcast, years later was Created also, known as 1UP.com. It also had its Wildly Popular Sushi-X editor/Mascot.

So there you have it our top picks for the best video games magazines of all time, It’s Sad that Some of these Publications are no longer active due to a Decline in readership or the rise of the Digital age but the Memories shall Remain especially when you, like me, have a Collection to fall back on.

Our top 5 Video Games of all time

Video games have a long standing history of delivering some of the best experiences in interactive entertainment ever since the old Atari days and going back even further but this is not what the article is about. Today I explore some of my personal favourite experiences in the world of video games around various platforms. Now notice this is not my definitive list, that will come at a later date,but for now, lets take a look.



Released way back in 1996 by eidos interactive and core design and is often regarded and one of the first games that revolutionized 3D gaming thanks in part to the Original PlayStation alongside the equally revolutionizing Super Mario 64 on the N64. Tomb raider had it all, a mix of Exploration and Adventure plus gun play, basically a female Indiana Jones which paved the way for future Franchises such as uncharted and more importantly, proved that gamers would be interested in a female protagonist.



4. QUAKE 2 (PC,PSX,N64)
The Sequel to Quake was released way back in 1997 by ID software and Activision and to this day is one of my favorite experiences, whether it was the improved gory first person shooter(FPS) mechanics over the original Quake or the killer Soundtrack, certainly the heyday of ID software which existed amongst other great classics such as Unreal from Epic games and Hexen from Raven software.




The Last of us is often Regarded as the Game of the Generation, and after playing it you will understand why.The Last of us follows the Story of Joel and Ellie who must Survive in a Post Apocalyptic Outbreak. Released in 2013 for the Ps3 and the updated Remastered version for the Ps4 in 2014 by Naughty dog and Published by Sony Computer Entertainment, it is widely lauded for its Graphics, Action, Storytelling and Stealth Mechanics which has earned it, its fair share of critical Acclaim and even the Title of a Masterpiece.




While there were always the 2D top down view games in the grand theft auto franchise, the series didn’t blow up and I mean really blow up until the release of Grand theft auto 3 in 2001 for the PlayStation 2 and other platforms by DMA design and Rockstar games, With its move to 3D, It revolutionized the gaming industry with the Concept of the Open World where you are Free to do anything at anytime if you get bored with the Main Story line, just about every open world game nowadays owes it a great deal, in any case Grand theft auto 3 had it all,Open world, Action, Story line, A Killer Soundtrack in the form of Radio Stations and of course some violent Action and Suggestive themes.





Metal Gear Solid gave Rise to the Stealth Genre and is an Action and Espionage game by Legendary Series Creator Hideo Kojima. Released in 1998 by Konami, it follows the Covert Operations of Solid Snake, the Series Gruff Protagonist with his Legendary voice and Mullet, who just might be One of the most Recognizable Characters in Video game history, battling Huge Mecha’s and his Brother Liquid, The Series might have a Confusing Story line for some but that does not stop it from being in Gamers all time top Video game lists including mine so without a doubt, this is one of the finest video games ever made with its Action,Voice acting, Stealth Mechanics and Awesome Soundtrack plus it very well is the PlayStation’s Finest Hour.

And I Hope You Enjoyed this Article, Thanks for Reading.