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  • New Grand Theft Auto V gameplay trailerNew Grand Theft Auto V gameplay trailer

    It's been a long wait for us GTA fans since the last entry in the series, but the next crime filled adventure is almost upon us! This latest trailer is made up entirely of in-game footage, so everything you're seeing here, you will see in...

  • FIFA 15: Is this year's FIFA the best yet or just another instalment?FIFA 15: Is this year's FIFA the best yet or just another instalment?

    Another year, another edition of FIFA… This year’s edition follows the highly...

    Every year, EA Sports produce FIFA, the biggest football game on the planet, and while the new Pro Evolution may look to put up a bit of a fight this year by actually releasing a title for next-gen platforms, it seems that FIFA are doing enough to keep the market cornered.

  • Is EA's UFC game as good as it looks?Is EA's UFC game as good as it looks?

    EA Sports have brought the octagon to life with their first attempt in the latest in the MMA franchise. We’ve seen UFC titles before, and we’ve had some great fun with them, but on the next-gen consoles with all the power that...

  • Ryse: Son of RomeRyse: Son of Rome

    With the arrival of the Xbox One, there needed to be something to show off what the console was capable of, and to a certain extent, Ryse: Son Of Rome is exactly that. Visually, the game is often stunning, and is a true showcase of the capabilities of the new console, and just how much better...

    Platforms: Xbox One
    Genre: Action-Adventure

  • Top ten games still to come in 2013Top ten games still to come in 2013

    So far this year we've had some pretty big games releases - Dead Space 3, Tomb Raider, God Of War Ascension, Bioshock Infinite - but there are still plenty more to look forward to. Here are the ten that we at entertainment.ie are...

  • Review: TransistorReview: Transistor

    To the casual gamer, Role Playing Games (or RPGs if you’re one of the cool kids) can be more than a little daunting, and sometimes the only thing that seems more insurmountable than RPGs are JRPGs, or Japanese Role Playing Games (if you’re totally against the idea of brevity). For...

    You start playing as Red, a famous singer in a future-retro-steampunk world that seems filled entirely by gangways and platforms. Oh, and killer robots. You’ve lost your voice during an assassination attempt on your life, so the only thing we hear is your talking sword, Transistor. Yes, we said talking sword. You collect power ups which allow Transistor to perform a variety of different attacks, upgrading as you go along, to destroy the opposition put in place by Camerta (the bad guys) who have taken over the city of Cloudbank.