Minecraft: AMAZING SWORDS (SWORD ABILITIES, UPGRADES, DEADLY MOBS, & MORE!) Mod Showcase


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If ALL Ores were Removed – Minecraft


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CAN WE GET 20000 LIKES?!?! 😀 Ores have always been useful items in Minecraft. You could create armor and swords with diamonds, make epic creations using r…

Minecraft: MYSTICAL TOOLS (WITHER SKULL SWORD, TORCH PICKAXE, & MORE!) Mod Showcase


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Chivalry: Medieval Warfare (PC)

Chivalry: Medieval Warfare (PC)

Chivalry: Medieval Warfare (PC)
List Price: £19.99



Chivalry: Medieval Warfare (PC)
List Price: £19.99
Your Price: £9.00- Chivalry: Medieval Warfare (PC)

Chivalry Medieval Warfare is an exceptional medieval “first person slasher” game that seeks to deliver the intensity of epic medieval Hollywood blockbusters to the hands of the gamer.

Chivalry Medieval Warfare is skill-based game and controls like a FPS, players are given swords, shields, maces, battleaxes and longbows. Set in a fictional yet gritty and realistic world, players will fight in fast paced online battles besieging castles, raiding medieval villages and fighting for glory in the arena with up to 32 players.

  • 4 unique classes: Archer, Man-At-Arms, Vanguard and Knight
  • Huge arsenal of weapons
  • Dynamic objective system
  • Vast and lush environments
  • Multiplayer maps and games modes providing a mix of “quickfix” minigames and more strategic gameplay

Your Price: £9.00 – Chivalry: Medieval Warfare (PC)

Minecraft Ironsword Belt (S/M)

Minecraft Ironsword Belt (S/M)

Minecraft Ironsword Belt (S/M)
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  • Size S/M fits waist size 30-34
  • Size L/XL fits waist size 36-40

Minecraft Ironsword Belt (S/M)
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The adventures within your Biome await, creatures and creepers and Enderman oh my! Like a good adventurer should, you are preparing yourself for the excitement that awaits. You have already crafted your stack of pick axes, shovels, swords and armor, and your body is ready. All that’s left is to buckle around your waist, the Ironsword Belt of the Miner. Aside from the inherent +5 to good looks AND mining speed, this belt will open your beer! Need I say more?

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Diablo II (Win)

Diablo II (Win)

Diablo II (Win)
List Price: £19.99



Diablo II (Win)
List Price: £19.99
Your Price: £5.98- Diablo II (Win)

Diablo 2 is finally available and, yes, it is well worth the wait. Everything that made the original Diablo great–non-stop action, wicked monsters, dark Gothic atmosphere and fantastic magic items–has returned. But new enhancements such as the class skill-system and cheater-proof multiplayer competition make Diablo 2 even better than the original. The millions of gamers who fought their way through the horror of Tristram’s catacombs in the original Diablo realised that all was not well after their hero destroyed the demon’s physical body. Diablo 2 opens with a vivid animated vision of that mad, doomed hero, who unwittingly spreads chaos as he moves towards a fate of Diablo’s choosing. With the original character classes gone, players choose from a new cadre of champions–the Barbarian (can wield two two-handed swords at once, one in each hand), the Necromancer (raises the dead to fight his battles), the Amazon (master of bow and spear), Paladin (holy crusader) and Sorceress (wielder of elemental magic). These warriors follow a diabolical plot through four acts, and each act is roughly as big as the original Diablo.

Diablo 2 looks and behaves very much like Diablo. Players are assigned quests by non-player characters and adventure through dark catacombs and crypts. Hordes of vile monsters assail the hero, who survives by force of arms, powerful spells and through the use of varied and exotic magic items. Randomly generated dungeons guarantee fresh adventure each time a new game is started. But unlike the original game, characters must fight their way through the above-ground wilderness before entering a dungeon. Fortunately, some of the frustrations of adventuring have been lessened in Diablo 2, thanks to the new ability to run and the clever implementation of “waypoints”, which let your character quickly travel to and from the safety of town. Along with the new character classes comes a new character skill system. As in the original game, players improve their character’s ability scores as they kill monsters and gain experience. But unlike the original game, players get to add specific skills, spells and powers each time they advance. For example, after gaining a level you could choose between taking a skill that improves your attack speed or a skill that allows you to scatter your foes with a mighty shout. With this customised advancement system it is unlikely that two high-level characters, even characters of the same class, will be alike. Instead of progressing along a set path, you can choose skills and powers that complement your own particular playing style. Interestingly, this new customisable class system closely parallels the changes made in the new edition of Dungeons & Dragons.

Other enhancements include a method for creating and customising magic items, 3-D accelerated spell effects, anticheat multiplayer and a place to safely store excess money and equipment. But even without these tweaks, even without the sophisticated story line and all the cool new features, Diablo 2 is just a great game. The sound, music and graphics combine to create a tantalisingly eerie setting. Players will willingly let their game-playing hours slip well past reasonable bedtimes, suffering bleary-eyed classes and meetings in exchange for “just one more” magic item, dungeon level or character skill. Diablo is back. Say hello to the game that will once again dominate gamers’ computers and say good-bye to your free time. —Michael Fehlauer

Your Price: £5.98 – Diablo II (Win)

Way of the Samurai

Way of the Samurai

Way of the Samurai
List Price: £49.99



Way of the Samurai
List Price: £49.99
Your Price: £49.99- Way of the Samurai

In Akira Kurosawa’s film Yojimbo, a drifter samurai involves himself with two warring clans, comically playing the two against each other in a bid for self-preservation and honour. In Way of the Samurai, you play a similar (though much less witty) wanderer, who must navigate a conflict between the Kurofu family and the Akadama clan over the future of a dying town and its iron foundry.

The game takes place as the age of the samurai is coming to a close. Wearing your choice of faces and clothing, you meander through several settings, choosing how to interact with certain characters as the plot develops around you. And, of course, you engage in frequent swordplay. As befitting a game about samurai, the game world offers an interesting combination of Zen atmospherics and machismo posturing. The graphics are often pretty but rarely terrific, although some backgrounds are quite peaceful and attractive. The main strength of the game is the fighting system: each of the swords offers different moves and attacks.

Though it’s advertised as a multipath adventure, this is not a free-roaming game–once you’re locked into a path, you basically follow it to its conclusion (though you can do so in a few different ways). The hitch is that the conclusion is usually only 2.5 hours into the game, meaning that to derive value from Way of the Samurai you’ll have to play it a dozen times or more. But the gameplay and unlockable features just aren’t interesting enough to warrant playing it a dozen times, a fact that’ll be clear after you exchange the same bit of dialogue with the same characters for the umpteenth time.

Aside from the limited length and repetitive gameplay, the big downer of Way of the Samurai is the poorly conceived save system. Not only do you have to find an elusive save point before saving, but once you choose to continue playing the game, it automatically erases your last save, meaning you can’t start again from the same point and must start from the beginning if you die. So, what, exactly, is the point of saving again? –Rivers Janssen

Your Price: £49.99 – Way of the Samurai

Muramasa: The Demon Blade (Wii)

Muramasa: The Demon Blade (Wii)

Muramasa: The Demon Blade (Wii)
List Price: £29.99



Muramasa: The Demon Blade (Wii)
List Price: £29.99
Your Price: £14.24- Muramasa: The Demon Blade (Wii)

Kisuke is a fugitive being chased for a crime he no longer remembers, mysteriously driven to search for an unknown katana. Momohime, after being possessed by the spirit of the foul swordsman Jinkuro Izuna, is forced to flee her castle and accept a grave mission. Both will cross paths with the demon swordsmith, Muramasa – fight or die, that is his price!

  • Beautiful hand-drawn graphics from the creators of Odin Sphere
  • Two playable characters taking different paths through the game
  • Timeless side-scrolling 2D gameplay with virtual 3D backgrounds
  • Fast and intuitive action combat including dramatic special moves
  • Over 100 swords to collect and level up, improving power, speed and durability
  • Gorgeous integration of ancient folklore, traditional Japanese imagery and modern relentless action

Your Price: £14.24 – Muramasa: The Demon Blade (Wii)

Galerians: Ash

Galerians: Ash

Galerians: Ash
List Price: £39.99



Galerians: Ash
List Price: £39.99
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A futuristic horror/sci-fi game geared towards anime fans, Galerians: Ash places you in a weird future where a sentient computer with delusions of godhood genetically engineers and manipulates humans with telekinetic abilities. The premise and storyline blatantly–and effectively–mimic The Matrix and Dark City (and even Johnny Mnemonic); the graphics, sound and style fall somewhere between Akira and Silent Hill.

To those unfamiliar with the original Galerians, this game will make little sense, and unfortunately the frequent cut scenes do little to clarify the storyline. In a nutshell: you are a boy endowed with psychic powers and your brain contains a program that can save humanity from the computer-god. Unfortunately, you suffer from amnesia. And frequent migraine attacks. Or something like that.

For the most part, you make your way through the labyrinthine city, solving elaborate puzzles and collecting pharmaceuticals that enable your telekinetic powers. When the baddies appear, you can use a variety of attacks to repel them: conjure fire, levitate your adversaries, throw up a psychic shield and so on. However, if you overuse your abilities, you begin to “short”–a crippling psychic overdose that leaves you invulnerable to outside attack but slowly kills you if you can’t find the necessary antidote.

Since you battle enemies by manipulating your psychic powers, the game’s controls are not exactly intuitive, and the comparative potency and range of your various abilities takes a lot of figuring out. But if you’re bored of games that rely on guns, swords or jujitsu, this one offers some unique and inspired twists on first-person combat. Meanwhile, the creepy graphics and grating sound effects create an atmosphere that will either draw you in, or drive you mad. —Maile Bohlmann

Your Price: £12.00 – Galerians: Ash

The Witcher 2 – Premium Edition (PC DVD)

The Witcher 2 – Premium Edition (PC DVD)

The Witcher 2 - Premium Edition (PC DVD)
List Price: £24.91



The Witcher 2 - Premium Edition (PC DVD)
List Price: £24.91
Your Price: £24.91- The Witcher 2 - Premium Edition (PC DVD)

The Witcher 2: Assassins Of Kings – Premium Edition Includes:

  • The Witcher 2: Assassins Of Kings game
  • Making of Video DVD
  • Official Soundtrack
  • World MapGame Manual and Game Guide
  • Pamphlet and Cursed Coin
  • 2 x Papercraft Figures of Various Game Characters

ExExtensive non-linearity within advanced gameplay mechanics. We are able to go through the situations on our path in various ways. Choosing our allies along the story path will, for example, reveal brand new and diverse possibilities and threads
Unique quests more connected with the main plot – no more simple “deliver or pick up object” quests
Greatly enhanced character development, in which each decision with regards to development, including individual skills, result in different kinds of gameplay. It is based on three specialisations: sword, magic and alchemy, which can be mixed to create hybrid character styles
Traditional system that has the player fight opponents with a fixed difficulty level, maximizing satisfaction gained from developing a powerful character. Battles with particular types of opponents become progressively easier as the player advances in level
Advanced crafting mechanics vastly increased the possibilities for players to create their own items: about 200 items – weapon and armour elements are possible, compared with just 10 swords in The Witcher
Many elements of armour – jackets, gloves, belts, knee pads, etc. increase variety for the player. Upgrade each element separately, offering many combinations of armour, as opposed to just four types of armour available in The Witcher
Composit-built weapons, allowing many different types of swords (about 300 vs. 10 in The Witcher)
New equipment system, streamlining and making gameplay more flexible, thanks to no limits in the number of carried items, clear division into sections, and

Your Price: £24.91 – The Witcher 2 - Premium Edition (PC DVD)

Evergrace

Evergrace

Evergrace
List Price: £16.98



Evergrace
List Price: £16.98
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One of the first RPGs available for the PS2, Evergrace tells the tale of two social outcasts who are mysteriously transported to another world and tasked with saving the place from evil.

A fairly typical Japanese RPG, this a colourful affair that tells its tale at a fairly sedate pace, mixing six parts storytelling to four parts combat to produce an entertaining if not entirely satisfying experience.

The Evergrace experience feels a little flat, it was originally a PSOne title that was moved over to the PS2 at a late stage, as the character and world detail fall a little short of the expectations of the average PS2 owner.

Wandering monsters are the order of the day, there sheer number overshadowing many of the set piece battles and although combat is relatively easy to get to grips with there are often too many encounters too close together to allow the story to breathe.

This gripe aside there’s a lot about Evergrace that is appealing. The story, when it gets a look in, is engrossing and encourages the player to progress onwards.

Among the nicer touches are the ability to switch between the main characters at will and the high degree of customisation that’s possible with weapons and outfits. Mixing coloured gems allows custom spells to be cast on swords (à la Final Fantasy) and for the fashion conscious RPGer clothing can be mixed and matched to suit–really tasteful combinations even prompt shopkeepers to give you a discount on purchases.

For those starting out on the PS2 RPG ladder there’s a lot to be said for Evergrace, the more adventure-hardened may wish to look to the likes of Scion of Sorcery for an equally Japanese adventure with more action and bigger adversaries.–James Gordon

Your Price: £16.98 – Evergrace

Kengo: Master of Bushido (PS2)

Kengo: Master of Bushido (PS2)

Kengo: Master of Bushido (PS2)
List Price: £39.99



Kengo: Master of Bushido (PS2)
List Price: £39.99
Your Price: £4.92- Kengo: Master of Bushido (PS2)

In Kengo: Master of Bushido, gamers may recall Bushido Blade hitting the shops for the PlayStation a few years ago, as one of the first titles to break away from traditional fighting games by trying to cripple or instantly kill characters with one hit, rather than using a status bar to track the amount of damage done after each kick, punch or parry.

Kengo: Master of Bushido is similar to Bushido Blade and it retains the generic health bar. It also has a “Ki-metre,” which represents your ability to use special sword attacks and block your opponents’ onslaughts.

The unusual aspect of this game is that you spend the majority of the time developing your warrior’s attributes by fighting non-lethal battles with a wooden sword.

The game is full of mini-games, designed to enhance your characters stats and build endurance and power. But if you want to increase your abilities, you must actually fight and defeat opponents using the wooden blade. This will help you acquire the necessary fighting basics and will allow you to move up to gradually become a capable swordsman.

As you defeat the enemies you get new moves, swords and special attacks, which can be inserted into your character’s three-hit combo system–a very unique aspect of this game.

The culmination of all this training, though, is somewhat of a disappointment. You get to compete in a single tournament where real blades are used. The tournament only has a handful of fights, a surprise battle, and then the credits start rolling.

Just as in Bushido Blade, the combat is complex and offers up multiple parries and stances. The actual bloody combat, however, is relatively short-lived, which is bound to be very disconcerting to gamers looking for a hardcore hack-and-slash adventure. –Todd Mowatt

Your Price: £4.92 – Kengo: Master of Bushido (PS2)

Soul Calibur IV 4 Game (Platinum) PS3

Soul Calibur IV 4 Game (Platinum) PS3

Soul Calibur IV 4 Game (Platinum) PS3
List Price: £14.83



Soul Calibur IV 4 Game (Platinum) PS3
List Price: £14.83
Your Price: £14.83- Soul Calibur IV 4 Game (Platinum) PS3

With the souls in blade, the Ultimate battle unfolds… Engrave your name in history.

The latest series of the pinnacle of 3D weapon fighting Soul Calibur arrives on PS3. Two swords at their ultimate form of evolution during the reincarnation of the Soul Calibur and Soul Edge, something else has awakened as the battle between the two swords comes to the final phase, with the resurrection of whom created those swords. Nightmare in its ultimate form awaits Siegfried for the final battle. What lies ahead for the characters twisted by its destiny?

  • Online VS for the first time in Soul Calibur series
  • VS Classic – Battle one on one in this classic match
  • VS Ultimate – Play online with your customised Soul Calibur character
  • Critical Strike for each character
  • New Active Matching Battle game system
  • New interactive environments
  • Full HD 720p resolution graphics
  • Enhanced Character Creation mode – Players can customise their character to look and perform to their desire
  • Special Characters: Lord Vader’s Secret Apprentice from “The Force Unleashed” and PS3 exclusive Darth Vader

Your Price: £14.83 – Soul Calibur IV 4 Game (Platinum) PS3

CyberTiger

CyberTiger

CyberTiger
List Price: £15.00



CyberTiger
List Price: £15.00
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Golf sim games can be marvellously entertaining, but notoriously difficult to sell to an audience of gamers mad for lasers, big swords and the foetid undead. The solution? Slap a world-famous golfer on the cover, like Tiger Woods, and people suddenly start to get interested … Let’s be honest–golf sims are much of a muchness. You’ve seen eighteen holes, you’ve seen ’em all. But at least this one is graced with expert graphics, a detailed playing system and enough variety to keep you–and up to three friends–coming back for more. The basic game is quite involving, and fast-paced enough to keep you busy. It’s when you get to the more involved play modes that the fun really begins, but just make sure you know some like-minded gamers. All the extra modes (such as Tournament) are best played with other people, although the game features a Practice mode and a neat Range feature (where you can brush up on your swinging style) to keep the solo player keen.

CyberTiger is an accomplished golf game, with a high level of accuracy and detail–not to mention a few heaped spoonfuls of fun. If the Tiger namedrop makes people notice it then all the better, for this is a jewel of a golf game and well worth your attention.–David Bailey

Your Price: £15.00 – CyberTiger

Dead Rising 2 – Classics (Xbox 360)

Dead Rising 2 – Classics (Xbox 360)

Dead Rising 2 - Classics (Xbox 360)
List Price: £12.40



Dead Rising 2 - Classics (Xbox 360)
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Several years have passed since the Wilamette incident, and while Frank West was able to save America from a zombie apocalypse, the cause of zombification was not completely contained. This led to continued zombie outbreaks throughout the United States.

Dead Rising 2 shifts the action from the everyday world of mid-West America to the glitz and glamour of Fortune City, America’s latest and greatest entertainment playground. People flock to Fortune City from around the globe to escape from reality and the chance to win big.

Enter former national Motocross champion, Chuck Greene. Before he hit the big time with a team and sponsorship behind him Chuck was forced to repair his own bikes, leaving him incredibly resourceful; a real handyman. A single father, Chuck dotes on his daughter Katey who, since the loss of her mother, he will do anything for.

With hundreds of zombies on screen at any one time, the original Dead Rising forced gamers to turn the everyday objects they found in the Mall into improvised weapons capable of fending off attacks. Dead Rising 2 promises to increase the carnage with even more zombies intent on feasting on human flesh and countless new objects with which Chuck can make the undead dead.

The zombie hordes are on the move and this time it’s more than just a shopping centre they’ve invaded. As new character Chuck Greene you’re on a mission to save your daughter as the whole of Las Vegas stand-in Fortune City is overrun.

With thousands of zombies (the slow-moving kind) on screen at once you can’t shoot them all, so it’s a good job you can also bludgeon them with roulette wheels, croupier sticks and even a stuffed moose head you can wear on your head and run at them with.

There are guns, knives, swords and other more traditional weapons too, including the “paddle saw” – two chainsaws attached to each end of a boat paddle. For the first time yo

Your Price: £12.40 – Dead Rising 2 - Classics (Xbox 360)

Sengoku Basara: Samurai Heroes (Wii)

Sengoku Basara: Samurai Heroes (Wii)

Sengoku Basara: Samurai Heroes (Wii)
List Price: £29.99



Sengoku Basara: Samurai Heroes (Wii)
List Price: £29.99
Your Price: £5.98- Sengoku Basara: Samurai Heroes (Wii)

The producer of Devil May Cry 4, Hiroyuki Kobayashi brings you the newest instalment to the BASARA series, Sengoku BASARA Samurai Heroes. A fun, action packed and accessible title set during a tumultuous period of Japanese history, Sengoku BASRA Samuraui Heroes follows players as they fight their way to dramatic battle of Sekigahara. Players will master the swords and spears of more than 15 fierce samurai warriors in huge battles against hundreds of opponents that will become more and more challenging throughout the game. On their journey to the final battle, learn how to unleash powerful and spectacular Basara moves or make use of the boost mode to wipe out as many enemies as possible.

  • All new multi-perspective rendering of the dramatic battle of Sekigahara!
  • 16 All new heroes, played by strong voice talent join the fight!
  • Dramatic Heroes Story Mode which changes history based on the players decisions
  • Upgradeable weapon types such as swords, spears, iron ball and guns
  • More events than any other game in the series!
  • Packed full of voices that tell the Sengoku story!

Your Price: £5.98 – Sengoku Basara: Samurai Heroes (Wii)

Bio FREAKS

Bio FREAKS

Bio FREAKS
List Price: £24.98


  • Choose from 8 F.R.E.A.K.S. Each is armed for battle with his or her own deadly arsenal, including pulse lasers, grenade launchers, stun guns, swords and machine guns.
  • Battle in three story, multi-tiered arenas! Watch out for hazards such as lava pits, meat grinders and spinning blades.
  • You’re in 3D space – move your fighter in any direction. Fly around the levels using jet packs and make moves while hovering!
  • Battle alone or against a buddy in an unbelievable 3D world of color, graphics, animation and sound!

Bio FREAKS
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Your Price: £24.98- Bio FREAKS

3D fighting game. Enter the world of Bio F.R.E.A.K.S. with caution! If your opponent doesn’t kill you, the total sensory overload just might….

Your Price: £24.98 – Bio FREAKS

Start The Party! – Move Compatible (PS3)

Start The Party! – Move Compatible (PS3)

Start The Party! - Move Compatible (PS3)
List Price: £29.99



Start The Party! - Move Compatible (PS3)
List Price: £29.99
Your Price: £23.80- Start The Party! - Move Compatible (PS3)

Start The Party! puts you rights in the game. Using PlayStation Move you can see objects like paint brushes and swords actually in your hand. You never know what is going to happen next, so play against 4 other people to see who has what it takes to become the party champion!

  • Interactive fun for the entire family
  • Over 20 fun mini-games that challenge players to Draw it, Cut it, Smack it etc.
  • Rumble feedback that immerse players in all the wacky action
  • The ability to capture and record videos and audio for complete personalisation of player’s characters

Your Price: £23.80 – Start The Party! - Move Compatible (PS3)