Matt writes: "There are three social constants in the world - politics, sport and celebrity YouTubers. Now unless you are particularly talented, or incredibly viral, its difficult to experience any of these first hand. From simulation developers, U-Play Online, YouTubers Life gives you a taste of a PewDiePie wannabe."
Gareth writes: "I've always been wary of top-down shooters. They're like a double espresso, mixed with half a bottle of vodka - something that delivers an experience that is exhilarating for a moment, but then, when the comedown arrives, it hits you very hard indeed.
Defenders of Ekron is just like that - the initial thrill of shooting, dodging and having a hundred enemies on screen at once can be thrilling when youre winning, but when it gets harder and you've repeated the same level over a hundred times, it feels like the worse hangover in the world."
Darren writes: "The Spyro Reignited Trilogy containing Spyro The Dragon, Spyro 2: Ripto's Rage! and Spyro: Year of the Dragon. It feels like a love letter to fans and a remake we can all agree the gaming masses have a huge appetite for."
From GameWatcher: "Jurassic World Evolution has just received its first DLC expansion, Secrets of Dr Wu. It's a lot of fun, and part of the excitement is creating new hybrid dinosaurs - like the Jurassic World Evolution Spinoraptor.
It's the most terrifying new dinosaur hybrid in the game, rivalling the Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom Indoraptor. We show you where, when, and how to get the Spinoraptor in Jurassic World Evolution Secrets of Dr Wu!"
Carlos writes: "2018 has been an exciting year for Milestone with their hard work and dedication already bringing us the likes of Gravel, Monster Energy Supercross, MotoGP 18 and MXGP Pro this year alone, but if you thought they were done then youll need to think again as the Forza of the bike racing world has returned once more and RIDE 3 has arrived at the starting line."
GR writes: "All in all, what you have here is a fairly accurate bike racing sim that offers plenty to see and do. It looks decent and sounds stunning, and has lots of bikes to collect, ride and tinker with. That said, the challenge is too punishing at times, the lack of local multiplayer was a bit sad, and the loading times a little long. However, Ride 3 is a really good option if you're looking for a bike sim as once again Milestone has delivered an accomplished two-wheeled racer."
Sea Of Thieves update 1.4.0 for Xbox One and PCs is now available for download. According to the official Sea Of Thieves 1.4.0 patch notes, the new update introduces Shrouded Spoils, the latest free update with a variety of new features and improvements.
Team VVV writes: "Were just a few days away from the launch of the much-anticipated racer Ride 3 and to whet your appetite further we have our video preview to share with you showcasing the Xbox One X version of the title running at a glorious 60 frames per second."
More so than ever before video game publishers are beginning to push out what seems like unfinished, uninspired games to the mass public - and many of the consumers aren't happy. With stale and boring worlds, lackluster content, game-ending bugs and dull, repetitive tasks it's no wonder why so many gamers are weary of day one releases.
However, over the past couple of years we have seen a different tale than the usual crash and burn of ill-fated releases. Developers stick to their guns and aim high in hopes of capturing back a large chunk of their initial fan base in an age of game changing updates, one after another.
While in the midst of yet another lacking, dry and forgettable experience in the form of a major post-apocalyptic title from a certain AAA publisher that shall remain nameless, lets take a look at some previously stale titles that have began to resurface thanks to the hard efforts from the teams behind them.
BY LUCA D'ANGELO: The bombardment of trailers is inevitable in the build-up to a video game's release. Video game publishers start generating interest and anticipation in their games and before they know it, they have an audience craving more and formation.
Just as the undisputed king of episodic gaming collapses, Dontnod and Square Enix are back with a brand new season of the fan-favorite Life is Strange series. This round, the time-bending Max Caulfield is gone in favor of telekinetic teen Sean Diaz.