Composer Yuka Kitamura Confirms Elden Ring Involvement

March 26, 2020 by Samantha Lienhard - Leave a comment

Very little is known about Elden Ring, the upcoming collaboration between FromSoftware and fantasy writer George R. R. Martin.

However, composer Yuka Kitamura recently confirmed that she will be working on the soundtrack for Elden Ring. Kitamura has worked on many past FromSoftware games, being the major composer for Dark Souls III and Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice.

She also was one of the composers to work on Dark Souls II, where she composed “The Pursuer,” “The Old Dragonslayer,” “Ruin Sentinels,” “Velstadt, the Royal Aegis,” and “Executioner’s Chariot,” as well as Bloodborne, where she composed “Ebrietas, Daughter of the Cosmos,” “Rom the Vacuous Spider,” “Watchers,” and “Maria of the Astral Clocktower.”

Since Kitamura’s response only confirms that she will be working on the game, at this point its unknown if other composers will contribute to Elden Ring’s soundtrack or not.

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$150 to “ks icey” – September Competition Winner

October 9, 2018 by Staff - Leave a comment

Congratulations to our monthly competition winner ks icey!

He’s received $150 for submitting his ‘Fortnite Top Tips’. You can check them out here.

Fortnite is HUGE, well actually it gets smaller as you play, but you know what I mean, it’s very popular. From his hints you can tell that ‘ks’ plays a lot.

What’s your favorite console ks?

What’s your current favorite game?
“Fortnite” (obviously) but I’m also a fan of CS:GO on my PC

What’s the best gaming ‘cheat’ you’ve ever found, read about and used?
“There isn’t any REAL cheats for Fortnite by my best advice is don’t believe any websites which want you to download something which gives you aimbots/unlimited coins etc etc. They will only infect your device. Instead get readers tips from 😉 or your favorite youtuber!”

How will you be spending your prize loot?
“Buying Black Ops 4 and maybe some Razer LED lights for my PC!”

Our monthly competition is still going and there’s opportunity to win again this month.

Don’t worry if you’re under 18, just get the permission of your parent or guardian and we’ll deliver your prize. Checkout the full rules / terms here.

$150 to SuperEpicMiner – August Competition Winner

September 4, 2018 by Staff - Leave a comment

Congratulations to our monthly competition winner SuperEpicMiner!

He’s received $150 in Nintendo eShop Gift Vouchers for submitting his glitches/ hints and easter eggs for ‘The Adventure Pals‘. You can check them out here.

$150 goes to SuperEpicMiner for Adventure Pals tips!

We chose his entries because we felt they came from his experience, were well written and would be helpful to anyone exploring The Adventure Pals (which is a quirky game about friendship involving a small boy and his adventures with a pet rock and a giraffe).

What’s your favorite console Super?
“My 3DS or Switch.”

What’s your current favorite game?
“Super Mario 3D World.” (We agree, this was one of Nintendo’s best).

What’s the best gaming ‘cheat’ you’ve ever found, read about and used?
“That’s probably the secret warp whistles in Super Mario Bros 3 (or anything from the original Sonic Trilogy).”

How will you be spending your prize loot?
“Nintendo games, don’t know yet but I can’t wait!”

Our competition is still pretty new there’s opportunity to win $150 again this month.

Don’t worry if you’re under 18, just get the permission of your parent or guardian and we’ll deliver your prize. Checkout the full rules / terms here.



Win prizes by submitting your gaming cheats, hints, easter eggs and tips!

July 20, 2018 by Staff - Leave a comment

Get rewarded for helping out other gamers!

Love to game? Love to finish games? Just the kind of person who likes to find all the secrets and Easter eggs?

You have advice to give on a game? Tips and tricks to master the dark arts? Bit of an expert?

We love people like you. Don’t keep it all to yourself!

Register with us, share your stuff our site and you’ll be in with a chance of winning a prize each month. Registration is simple, you can register and sign-in with just a few clicks (no passwords to remember either) if you link your existing Facebook, Google or Twitter account. (more…)

Top 9 Things Every Gaming Geek Should Have in His Arsenal

April 3, 2018 by Staff - Leave a comment

There’s no denying the fact that gamers end up spending top dollars on some of the most impressive gaming items that can help to enhance their overall gaming experience. Thanks to technology, there’s a wide array of things that one can buy as long as they are ready to shell out top bucks. If you’re thinking about sprucing up your gaming collection, then here’s a list of some things that you can consider investing in.

High-Speed Gaming Router

When it comes to investing in a router for gaming, there are a number of options available in the market. There are a number of factors that you need to consider before investing in a gaming router. You need a router that has a long range so that you will be able to enjoy gaming irrespective of moving around in the house. You should also look for an AC router in case you get high speed from your internet service provider. When you invest in a Wireless N router, your internet speed may be limited even if your ISP is providing high speeds. (more…)

What are the best Retro, Magical and Sci-Fi Game Bows Ever?

February 5, 2018 by Staff - Leave a comment

Who doesn’t love the good old bow and arrow in a video game? From Zelda to Crysis there’s a bow and arrow featured on just about every platform imaginable.

Retro games have bows, sci-fi games have bows, there’s magical variants and just plain weird bows. There’s a host of crossbows and there have been many attempts to make archery a fun sport on both consoles and PC’s.

The folks at have compiled a list of the best 50. If you want to see the whole list and the winners in each category, take a look at the full article here, but scroll down to see a neat graphic that shows their top 20 overall.

The Sacred Bow – Kid Icarus – The Retro King?

The favorite bow from older games is the enhanced Sacred Bow wielded by Pit in Kid Icarus. While he starts out wielding a short-range bow, the Sacred Bow lets him fire arrow much faster and farther. Pit has an unlimited supply of arrows and can use Fire Arrows to deal more damage. By the time Pit returned in Kid Icarus: Uprising, the bow was only one of many weapons he used, but in the original two games, it was his primary weapon of choice. (more…)

The Fall of Destiny 2? Why People Are Giving Up on Bungie’s Latest Title

October 23, 2017 by Staff - 11 Comments

Destiny 2 launched to rave reviews, happy customers and near-complete domination of the video-games market. It broke a number of sales records and saw its active player-base hit over 3 million users. The launch was nothing short of massive and Bungie enjoyed great success with its Destiny sequel, but this inflated success appears to short lived.

The console population of Destiny 2 is dwindling, with the player rate drop off picking up speed rapidly and showing no signs of leveling out just yet. From its peak of 3.5 million active users, the game is currently down to 1.8 million — its audience nearly slashed in half over the course of just one month.

While the game is soon to be released on the PC, which will likely see user numbers climb (briefly at least) the dramatic drop in players does make us wonder what happened to the popularity of Bungie’s big 2017 title.

So why are so many people leaving Destiny 2 and not coming back? (more…)

The Future of Visceral’s Star Wars Game

October 19, 2017 by Samantha Lienhard - Leave a comment

On October 17, EA announced the closure of Visceral Games, the developer behind games such as Dead Space, Battlefield Hardline, and Dante’s Inferno. This came as disappointing news to fans of Visceral’s titles… and also to Star Wars fans looking forward to the story-driven Star Wars game Visceral had in development.

Visceral’s Star Wars Game

We didn’t know a lot about Visceral’s Star Wars game, but what we did know was intriguing. It was a linear, story-driven action-adventure game set in between Revenge of the Sith and A New Hope. The creative director was Amy Hennig, most famous for her work on the Uncharted series, which led to much speculation that it would be an Uncharted-style game in the Star Wars universe.

Many fans theorized it might star Han Solo, while others viewed it as possibly the closest we’d get to the cancelled Star Wars 1313. Only a tiny amount of footage and concept art was ever shown, at E3 2016. (more…)

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7 Reasons Why: You Should Play Indie Games

October 9, 2017 by Staff - Leave a comment


The number of games that are available to the public is bewildering!

On steam alone, there are 17,801 games accessible to download – that doesn’t include all the games that are exclusive for console.

What’s interesting is that the vast majority of these games on Steam are Indie Games.

Indie Studios typically produce shorter games with a small team of developers and a limited budget.

Seeing as they have less of a budget, the instalments in this genre are stereotyped to be bad quality games and therefore receive a bad reception.


While not every indie game is perfect, plenty of them offer more enjoyment and detail than some AAA games!

Who are we to tell you to play these games?! (more…)

A Gamer’s Thoughts: May I Cheat, Daddy?

September 27, 2017 by Staff - Leave a comment

Stressed man playing on pad

I must admit something, sometimes I do cheat in games.

Not in online games, but sometimes in offline games. And, I only do it when I have beaten the game before.

But, I started to think, what effect does cheating have on the gaming industry? Let’s look at cheating in video games, shall we? Before I give you my thoughts, I’d love you to write your own opinions on the content of the article in the comment section down below.

Cheating in online play

In my first matches on Halo online, I was dying left and right. People called me names but I honestly didn’t mind. After a few rounds, I became a somewhat valuable asset to the team. After a week or two, I learned a lot about how I play, what my strong suits are and what my weak points are. (more…)