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Lego Jurassic World trailer takes you for a tour while we dig up the best prices

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Brendan Griffiths
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Lego Jurassic World trailer takes you for a tour while we dig up the best prices

The latest trailer for Lego Jurassic World ties in neatly with the new movie as it gives you a tour of the newly opened Jurassic World theme park. We're sure the opening will run smoothly. No wait, little Lego people are running for their lives and I'm pretty sure I saw a Raptor doing a wheelie on a bike. Clear your backlog people, this game is going to have you glued to your seats until that Platinum Trophy pings. Enjoy the trailer and take a look at our roundup of the best preorder deals for every format below.

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Here are next month's Xbox Live Games With Gold

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Jonathan Lester
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Deals
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Xbox 360 games, Xbox Live Games With Gold, Xbox One Games

Here are next month's Xbox Live Games With Gold

Microsoft has revealed the free Xbox One and Xbox 360 games that Xbox Live Gold subscribers can download next month.

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Game of Thrones Episode 4: Sons of Winter Review | Finally making a stand

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Carl Phillips
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Reviews
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Adventure Games, Game of Thrones: A Telltale Games Series, Game reviews, PC games, PS3 games, PS4 games, Telltale Games, Xbox 360 games, Xbox One Games

Game of Thrones Episode 4: Sons of Winter Review | Finally making a stand

We’re now at the end of what is effectively the second act of Telltale’s Game of Thrones series, with only two episodes of its 6-part run left to come. As such, you can get up to speed by reading our reviews for Episode 1: Iron From Ice, Episode Two: The Lost Lords and Episode 3: The Sword In The Darkness. As always with our episodic reviews, our score will be published once the season is finished, reflecting the game as a whole.

Throughout the previous three episodes, it’s been clear that Telltale have done a fine job of making their version of Westeros feel authentic, but there has been one particular issue. While players have been able to make some key decisions, they have been subtle shifts towards the larger goal or, perhaps more to the point, ensuring the survival of House Forrester. There’s been a lot of “one step forward, two steps back” in that regard, but that finally changes in Sons of Winter. The Forrester’s finally fight back, climbing the ladder of chaos in a bid to take back what was lost, all of which makes this latest episode the most action packed one so far.

Game of Thrones Episode 4: Sons of Winter Review | Finally making a stand

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Destiny: House Of Wolves DLC Review | A Right Royal Ripoff

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Jonathan Lester
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Reviews
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Destiny: House Of Wolves DLC Review | A Right Royal Ripoff

I love Destiny, but I have to laugh at how it relies on pompous nonsense to artificially create a sense of wonder and history. Or in simpler terms: Bungie gives things silly names to make them sound important.

House Of Wolves goes one step further by using flowery wordplay to create the illusion of meaningful content. The Prison Of Elders, Trials Of Osiris, Vestian Outpost and Skolas The Kell Of Wolves may all sound like incredible value for just £19.99, but in reality you're getting an arena horde mode, a weekend-only multiplayer event, tiny new social hub and a villain you'll only pursue for a few short recycled missions.

Indeed, most of the real 'content' comes courtesy of a few multiplayer maps, the aforementioned arena, a single new strike and the recent patch v1.20 (which is free for all, of course). So it's a good thing that House Of Wolves is so much fun, then.

Destiny: House Of Wolves DLC Review | A Right Royal Ripoff

The Queen is betrayed. Her pet Wolves have turned against their mistress and she is not happy. Throwing open The Reef to Guardians, she puts out an open call to arms for all those willing to pursue and break the Fallen traitors.

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Xbox Live Deals Of The Week: ScreamRide only £20.09

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Jonathan Lester
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Deals
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Xbox 360 games, Xbox One Games

Xbox Live Deals Of The Week: ScreamRide only £20.09

Another week, another small selection of mediocre Xbox Live deals. Still, at least you can make your money go further with some cheap Xbox Live account credit.

Personally I'd suggest that ScreamRide represents the best value here . At £20.09 on Xbox One, it's cheaper than practically any new physical copy on the market, but the game itself was a bit disappointing. Read our ScreamRide review and decide for yourself!

Xbox One

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Capcom's next remaster is Resident Evil 0 HD

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Jonathan Lester
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News
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PC games, PS3 games, PS4 games, Resident Evil 0 HD Remaster, Xbox 360 games, Xbox One Games

Capcom's next remaster is Resident Evil 0 HD

Following the success of Resident Evil HD, Capcom are going to remaster the prequel.

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COMMENT | It's time you gave Destiny another chance - even if you don't buy House Of Wolves

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Jonathan Lester
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COMMENT | It's time you gave Destiny another chance - even if you don't buy House Of Wolves

Stuck for something to play this weekend? How about the copy of Destiny that you're currently using as a coaster. Go on, dust it off. Put it in the drive and reinstall it.

Destiny's second expansion, House Of Wolves, released this week. You can read our first impressions here , which praises the new additions including the fantastic Prison Of Elders mode while complaining about the story questline and other features. All-told it brings a lot to the Bungie's controversial shooter, but believe it or not, it's also worth playing Destiny again even if you don't buy the new content.

COMMENT | It's time you gave Destiny another chance - even if you don't buy House Of Wolves

Like many early adopters, I was crushingly disappointed by Destiny when it first launched and even uninstalled it before the year was out. Back in January, however, I realised that there must be a reason why so many people still enjoy it and I soon discovered what it was. Destiny is a superb social experience that can be enjoyed on your terms, dipped into daily alone or with friends, cooperatively or competitively, which completely changes the way you engage with it. Played little and often, it's an satisfying blast and I've been hooked ever since.

I'm glad I did, because much has changed for the better and even more improvements are now free to enjoy regardless of whether you own the expansion.

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Save a bundle with the essential Xbox Live starter pack: 12 months Xbox Live Gold, £5 credit & free game for £26.86

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Jonathan Lester
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Deals
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game keys, Xbox 360 games, Xbox Live Gold, Xbox One Games

Save a bundle with the essential Xbox Live starter pack: 12 months Xbox Live Gold, £5 credit & free game for £26.86

If you own an Xbox One or Xbox 360, you're going to need Xbox Live Gold sooner or later, and there's currently no better way to get it than in this essential starter pack. For less than £27 all-in, you can get a year's subscription, £5 to spend on the store and even a free game -- Max And The Curse Of Brotherhood -- which you can redeem on both Xbox 360 and Xbox One!

Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin £24.85 on PS4/XO or £14.86 last-gen

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Brendan Griffiths
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Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin £24.85 on PS4/XO or £14.86 last-gen

These are some great prices for Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin on PS4, Xbox One, PS3 and 360.

If you've been enjoying Bloodborne lately, there's every chance you'll enjoy Dark Souls even though you may originally have skipped the series last-gen. This new edition includes lots of DLC, superior visuals, faster frame-rate and remxied item/enemy placements to throw off the veterans too. Be sure to take a look at Jon's review.

12 months Gold Xbox Live account sub for £22.70

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Brendan Griffiths
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Deals
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Xbox 360 games, Xbox Live Account, Xbox Live Gold, Xbox One Games

12 months Gold Xbox Live account sub for £22.70

Need a new Gold subscription for you Xbox Live account? Well, head on over to the link below and you can grab 12 months for just £22.70. To get a 5% discount, go to the retailer's Facebook page and click the link. You don't have to enter an email address, just enter any text and press enter for a code.

A Gold subscription allows you to play Xbox 360 and Xbox one games online, gives exclusive discounts and even some freebies with the Games with Gold promotion. be sure to bookmark this too: Xbox Live account deals guide: cheap Xbox Live Gold & Xbox Live Gift Cards. PlayStation fans are covered too with: PlayStation + and PSN Gift Cards cheap deals guide.

Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance £2.79 on X360. Seriously

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Brendan Griffiths
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Deals
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Action Games, Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance, Xbox 360 games

Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance £2.79 on X360. Seriously

Apparently £2.99 earlier this week wasn't cheap enough! That's right, this excellent slice and dice title you forgot to buy a few years ago is now only £2.79 on Xbox 360. Enjoy!

Platinum Games really rescued this one when they took over development. While stealth is sometimes an option, Rising is much more fun when played with the pedal to the metal. One minute you slicing up troops with meticulous precision, then you're running up the sides of missiles in mid air, or you're taking on three Metal Gears at once. This is not a subtle game. Put it in your face now.

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Max: The Curse Of Brotherhood surely has to be worth £0.95/$1.49 on Xbox 360

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Jonathan Lester
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Max: The Curse Of Brotherhood, Puzzle games, Xbox 360 games

Max: The Curse Of Brotherhood surely has to be worth £0.95/.49 on Xbox 360

Max: The Curse Of Brotherhood is a fun puzzly platformer that originally debuted on Xbox One Games With Gold. However, for less than a Quid (or one Dollar fifty for our transatlantic mates), the Xbox 360 version has to be worth

Max: The Curse Of Brotherhood is actually a fun little puzzle platformer, as I explained in my 7/10 review. The magical drawing mechanics would seem better suited to a touchscreen, but crisp graphics and some clever solutions make this a surprisingly satisfying adventure.

Destiny: House Of Wolves Launch Impressions | The Kell Has No Clothes

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Jonathan Lester
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Destiny: House Of Wolves Launch Impressions | The Kell Has No Clothes

I've come to love Destiny over these last few months. Despite being crushingly disappointed at launch, I gradually realised that it's a great social experience that fits around your real life and gaming commitments, perfect for a strike here and a daily story mission there followed by a quick blast in the Crucible. Sure, the so-called "Raids" are hilariously repetitive, but Destiny's fun is evergreen and mechanically exceptional.

However, there's no denying that it's crying out for extra content. Which is where House Of Wolves comes in.

A far cry from The Dark Below, which used its Raid as an excuse to flog a pathetic amount of stuff at a breathtaking price point, House Of Wolves is much meatier and rides the crest of a major update. A new social space, new questline, new horde mode, new gear, level cap increase and three/four new Crucible maps certainly seems to be a generous offering, so I double-jumped right in as soon as it launched.

Destiny: House Of Wolves Launch Impressions | The Kell Has No Clothes

I've had a blast as always, but unfortunately what seems to be a huge wodge of content is far less substantial than it first appears. As is so often the case with Destiny, the emperor has no clothes. Or the Kell has no combat regalia to be more precise.

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The best preorder prices yet for Lego Dimensions on every format

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Brendan Griffiths
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The best preorder prices yet for Lego Dimensions on every format

We're super psyched for the new Lego Dimensions toys-to-life series, but boy is Lego expensive! Fortunately, we've dug out the hottest preorder deals yet. You'll find links below for all the Starter Packs with prices up to £28 cheaper than other sites. This might be as cheap as they get ahead of their release later this year.

Find out why we're so excited with this article: Lego Dimensions: how the magic of Lego could dethrone Skylanders.Naturally, make sure you check out the new Christopher Lloyd trailer too.

Destiny: House Of Wolves is out today - here's the release schedule

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Jonathan Lester
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Destiny: House Of Wolves is out today - here's the release schedule

Destiny: House Of Wolves releases today, and not before time. The second expansion promises to deliver a massively replayable PvE horde mode, a new questline, new social space, gear and more. Alongside three new Crucible maps that I'm looking forward to especially, even if much of the content appears to have been ready months in advance if not before launch.

It's all set to kick off at 10 AM PDT/ 1 PM EDT/ 6 PM UK.

Note that there are likely to be a few connection issues throughout the day as new updates are rolled out and deployed, but there's still time to scoop up some of the Queen's Bounties if you need to. They're a lot of fun.

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Forza Horizon Limited Collectors Edition on Xbox 360 just £7.99 delivered

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oUkTuRkEyIII
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Deals
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Forza Horizon, Xbox 360, Xbox 360 games

Forza Horizon Limited Collectors Edition on Xbox 360 just £7.99 deliveredBe quick guys! Gamescentre has listed Forza Horizon Limited Collectors Edition for Xbox 360 for just £7.99 delivered. I highly doubt that this will stay in stock for long so if you want it then jump on it.

The Limited Collector's Edition comes packed in custom designed Steelbook, containing the game and your Horizon Festival Ticket to access Xbox LIVE content which includes:

  • Launch Day Car Pack (5-car pack*)
  • VIP Membership (5-car pack* and VIP privileges)
  • Horizon Accelerator Token Pack - Giving player instant access to new cars, map unlocks, fast travel, and popularity spikes.
  • Exclusive LCE Car Liveries (5-car pack*)

Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance £2.99 on 360

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Brendan Griffiths
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Deals
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Action Games, Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance, Xbox 360 games

Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance £2.99 on 360

That's right, this excellent slice and dice title you forgot to buy a few years ago is now only £2.99 on Xbox 360. Enjoy!

Platinum Games really rescued this one when they took over development. While stealth is sometimes an option, Rising is much more fun when played with the pedal to the metal. One minute you slicing up troops with meticulous precision, then you're running up the sides of missiles in mid air, or you're taking on three Metal Gears at once. This is not a subtle game. Put it in your face now.

Thanks to mixmixi.

New Lego Jurassic World trailer inspired us to hunt down these cheap preorders

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Brendan Griffiths
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News
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3DS Games, LEGO Jurassic World, PC games, PS Vita games, PS3 games, PS4 games, Wii U games, Xbox 360 games, Xbox One Games

New Lego Jurassic World trailer inspired us to hunt down these cheap preorders

Today's brand new Lego Jurassic World trailer is all sorts of awesome and the release date has finally been confirmed too. In fact, it's less than a month away, so be sure to take advantage of our roundup of hot preorder deals across every format below if you want to play the game on June 12th. Naturally, you'll want to take a look at that new trailer too, which features scenes from all four movies, along with footage of the various types of dinosaur you'll get to play as. 

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Pre Owned Xbox 360 & PS3 games for under £3 delivered

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oUkTuRkEyIII
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Deals
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PS3, PS3 games, Xbox 360, Xbox 360 games

Pre Owned Xbox 360 & PS3 games for under £3 deliveredGame.co.uk have reduced the prices on many of their pre owned Xbox 360 and PS3 game. I have gone through the games and picked out which i think are the better ones and they are all just under £3 delivered.

All £1.99:

  • Alien: Colonial Marines (X360)
  • Assassin's Creed (PS3)
  • Assassin's Creed Revelations (PS3)
  • Battlefield 3 Limited Edition (PS3)
  • Binary Domain (PS3)
  • Call of Juarez: Bound in Blood (PS3)
  • Deus Ex: Human Revolution (PS3)

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