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SA Gamercast 19 – The low points of 2017

So many bad things happened this year, we had a summary episode about them.

Review: Middle-earth: Shadow of War (Xbox One)

We are once again walking straight into Mordor. Will Shadow of War dominate your mind or send you down Mt Doom?

The Forthog Orc-Slayer DLC will be free, Warner apologises for confusion

The Forthog Orc-Slayer DLC has had a few changes again, hopefully bringing an end to the controversy around what was supposed to be a touching tribute. Middle-earth: Shadow of War is going to have a DLC to immortalise Mike “Forthog” Forgey, the executive producer who died of cancer. The DLC will now be free, with Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment instead making a direct donation t...

Rumour: Injustice 2 could be heading to PC in a Flash

The DC fighting game might be heading to PC after all.

Hands-on at Gamescom – LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2 (PS4)

It feels like some of the LEGO bricks still need to be firmly pressed together on this build.

Hands on at Gamescom – Middle Earth: Shadow of War (Xbox One X)

We fight a Balrog and take on a fort in Shadow of War.

Jim Sterling’s latest video tackles a stupid sexy Spider

Jim Sterling looks at how you can even make a Spider sexy these day.

Everyone act surprised, Shadow of War has microtransactions

It's time to unbox some more disappointment.

Video: The Shadow of War story trailer encourages you to build an army

It's time to lay the smackdown on the Dark Lord.

Wonder Woman and Blue Beetle head to Injustice 2

Despite her rather creepy appearance in Injustice, Wonder Woman was very definitely one of the better, more balanced characters in NetherRealm’s first DC-like-Mortal Kombat game. With the range of attacks and awesome super power, Wonder Woman was definitely a strong character in the game. It’s good news then that she is returning and at least looking ever so slightly more feminine (I t...

Return to Ark Ark Arkham delayed because of frame rate?

You may recall a few weeks ago we reported that Batman: Return to Arkham, the remastered versions of Arkham Asylum and Arkham City, were to be delayed from their July release date, indefinitely. There was no sign of a new date, nor any reason for the delay, only that it would no longer be releasing in July. Information given to Eurogamer indicates that the new release date could be as far as Novem...

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