Chris Sutton

Chris is our resident FPS-obsessed football fanatic who, when not playing an FPS or FIFA, can probably be found spending the odd 100 hours or so building his perfect farm on Stardew Valley. Chris has grown up on gaming and loves nothing more than talking about games and hearing the opinions of his fellow gamers before stubbornly arguing with them until they agree with him. Chris comes to you with a hint of cynicism and plenty of sarcasm.

PSN back online after suffering more issues

Just yesterday, we brought you the news that an issue regarding malicious text messages crashing PS4 consoles had been fixed, but now it seems that Sony has been having further issues with the PlayStation Network, with issues across all types of serv...

The Crysis series is now backwards compatible on the Xbox One

Just last week, I brought you the news that both Metal Gear Solid 2 and 3 had become backwards compatible on the Xbox One. Not resting on their laurels, Microsoft has now announced that sci-fi shooters Crysis, Crysis 2 and Crysis 3 are now also all b...

Fortnite update 6.10 adds Tournaments

Fortnite’s 6.10 update is here, and it’s adding Tournaments to the game which can be accessed through a new events tab. These tournaments are open to all players and are intended to allow players to “compete directly alongside the p...

Spider-Man’s first DLC drops next week

Spider-Man absolutely mopped up with critics and consumers alike when it launched last month, and if you’re desperate for some more Spidey-action then you’ll be glad to hear that the previously announced The City That Never Sleeps DLC wil...

PS4’s message crashing issue has been fixed

Over the weekend, numerous frustrated gamers were reporting that PSN accounts were sending out malicious text messages that contained a specific character that was causing PS4’s to crash, in some cases sending them into a crash loop that made t...

Black Ops 4 digital launch sales are Activision’s highest ever

Activision has published a lot of big games in their time, and that makes it all the more impressive that Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 has become Activision’s biggest ever digital release, meaning it has beaten the likes of its predecessor Call of...

EA “exploring” Command & Conquer Remasters for 25th Anniversary

Command & Conquer will turn 25 in September 2020, and it would appear that EA isn’t going to let the event pass without doing something to celebrate. In fact, they have confirmed that they are “exploring some exciting ideas regarding ...

Xbox One October update revamps Avatars

The October 2018 update for the Xbox One has started rolling out to all users, and it finally brings us the revamped Avatar system. In a post detailing the update on the Xbox website, Microsoft says that the new Avatars are “expressive, creativ...

You will be able to change your PSN ID from early 2019

By day you’re Jack Smith, the lightly-balding bloke from human resources, but by night you’re XxSn1p3r WoLFxX, a badass PS4 FPS player who no-scopes n00bs left, right and centre. That’s all well and good when you’re in your la...

Cities Skylines to get Industries expansion on PC

Attention all city builders, the excellent Cities: Skylines on the PC is getting another expansion, and this one is going to focus on the Industry side of things. Unsurprisingly then, it’s called Cities: Skylines Industries, and it’s goin...

Microsoft is reportedly close to purchasing Obsidian Entertainment

According to reports, Microsoft is on the verge of finalizing a deal to acquire independent developer Obsidian Entertainment. The news was first broke by Kotaku, who claim to have heard the news from three people briefed on the negotiations. They quo...

Metal Gear Solid 2 and 3 are now backward compatible on Xbox One

Snake? Snake? Snaaaaaaake?! Sorry, couldn’t resist.  Anyway, back to the news. The Xbox One backward compatible list just got a bit stronger, as two absolute classics have become available. Metal Gear Solid 2 and 3, which were both released on ...

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