Posts byDaniel Martyniuk

Another Dead Space 3 Infinite Item Glitch Found

EA must be kicking themselves in the heels, after introducing their microtransaction system, only to have it broken apart by experimental gamers. There’s a platter of glitches and exploits already circulating the web allowing gamers access to infinite resources, thereby making EA’s microtransactions pointless, but here at OnlySP, we believe we’ve found another one. The
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Most Wanted Next-Gen: Mafia III

When Mafia released back in 2002 on PC, it set a benchmark for open world sandbox video games. Not in terms of gameplay, or entertainment value, but in storytelling. Mafia weaved a complex narrative over a decade, concluding with a scene that will be hailed as one of the most memorable in video gaming history.
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Buy God of War: Ascension – Get The Last of Us Demo

God of War: Ascension, the seventh instalment in the series, releases on March 12th this year. What we didn’t know until now however, is that by landing yourself a copy of Sony’s action-adventure epic, entitles you to a free demo of Naughty Dog’s highly anticipated post-apocalyptic game, The Last of Us. This is a great
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Most Anticipated: Beyond: Two Souls

Today marks the second analysis of my three most anticipated games of 2013. Last week, I gave my reasons for why Dead Space 3 should be on everybody’s wish list, so if you aren’t yet convinced by Visceral Games survival horror, make sure you go and check it out. In a remarkable turn of genres,
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Updated: Star Wars 1313 Still Not Confirmed for 2013

  UPDATE: SONY PLAYSTATION DE HAVE REMOVED FACEBOOK POST : Well, that didn’t take long. Sony Playstation DE have immediately backtracked on their initial posting, and issued a response stating that they hoped it would release for ‘any of the Playstation Platforms in the near future.’ Unless this means Star Wars 1313 is coming out
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Most Anticipated: Dead Space 3

This month, Only Single Player will be giving you a daily feature, whereby each writer will explain one of their three games chosen as most anticipated for 2013. Kicking off today, on the 15th, and concluding on the 31st, OnlySP will cover a wide range of genres and titles, including everything from console exclusives right
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Video Game Addiction: A Modern Pandemic?

Whenever video games and addiction are discussed in the same sentence, images of sweaty acne-ridden teenagers hunkered over cluttered desks shrouded in darkness come to mind. However, it may be that the problem runs far deeper, and across a far greater audience then previously thought. In fact, some of us may be addicted ourselves, without
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Splinter Cell: Blacklist – ‘Over 90 Ways To Kill An Enemy’

Like Hitman: Absolution, early gameplay trailers for Splinter Cell: Blacklist had some fans thinking that Sam Fisher’s stealth roots had been abandoned in favour of a more action-orientated approach. With the release of Absolution proving to fans that the hardcore covertness experience was still there, it’s now up to Ubisoft to convince players that subterfuge
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Hitman: Absolution | Review

If there’s one thing that sets Absolution apart from other games this generation, it’s all in the detail. Whether that’s the Glacier 2 engine allowing unparalleled crowd technology, or the fact that the game released on the 47th week of the year, in reference to Agent 47, the game’s protagonist, it’s difficult not to be
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New Grand Theft Auto V Trailer Showcases Gameplay

Following the first details released of Grand Theft Auto V, Rockstar have released the next trailer in what’s arguably set to become one of the largest games of 2013. The trailer, set over a soundtrack which reminds us of the synthesised beats of Vice City, showcases the beauty to be found in Los Santos, with
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Could Cliff Bleszinzki be moving to Ubisoft?

On October 3 2012, Cliff Bleszinzki, former Design Director for Epic Games, announced his departure from a career of over 20 years. Bleszinzki cited the decision as personal, claiming that he needed a break from the industry. Since leaving however, Cliff and his wife have been touring around America, including visiting other notable games developers.
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Splinter Cell: Blacklist – New Trailer Emphasises Stealth

Like Hitman: Absolution, Ubisoft Toronto have employed a more action focused marketing campaign with Splinter Cell: Blacklist much to the dismay of long term fans, and stealth fanatics. However, with early reviews for Agent 47’s outing proving that killing from the shadows is as prevalent as ever, could Ubisoft’s promotion of violence in Sam Fisher’s
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First Person Shooters Need To Grow Up. But How?

Back in August, IGN released an article detailing how First Person Shooters were growing up, citing Borderlands 2 and Far Cry 3 as examples for this argument. The point was made that such games were crafting deeper character personalities, with isolated motives that could help the player connect to such experiences more easily than previous
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XCOM: Enemy Unknown | Review

When X-COM: UFO Defence released way back in 1994, it established itself as one of the greatest strategy titles of all time, still holding that honour to its name even in today’s market. Its exploration of science fiction kept gamers glued to their seats, perspiration dripping from sweaty foreheads as each new alien type was
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Dead Island: Riptide Reveal Trailer

Techland’s open world zombie role-playing game, Dead Island, released last year to positive responses both from the public and critics, however, it’s greatest controversy lied with the original teaser trailer released to showcase what players could expect. The trailer featured a devastating mauling of a typical American family by the walking dead, but gained critical
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Only Single Player is going to be at Eurogamer Expo!

The next greatest video games convention is almost upon us and Only Single Player are going to be there, bringing you the latest hands-on previews of all your anticipated games, as well as the latest news and updates on any announcements made. Eurogamer Expo has seen its attendance increase year on year, with this month’s
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Why FIFA 13 will be the best FIFA yet.

I’ve just come off the Fifa 13 demo, beating Arsenal 2-0 as Manchester City on Legendary difficulty, with my second goal an exquisite ball-dance of pass and move as my players graced across the pitch with a unilateral strategy explosively put into action, each understanding the role of the other. Every year I tell myself
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Is Halo 5 already in the works?

Whilst Microsoft haven’t officially announced their next generation console, it’s almost universally assumed that something is in development, and what better way to launch a new piece of hardware than partner it with arguably one of the largest gaming franchises in history, Halo. 343 Industries, the developer for Halo 4, has advertised a new job
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Japanese wont get Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance on Xbox 360

Japan, arguably the home for the Metal Gear franchise, will unfortunately go without in the latest instalment for the Xbox 360.  A statement here explains the cancellation, although don’t hassle us for a translation, unless you would be happy with a conversion similar to Dark Souls’ pre-patch exclamation of ‘YOU DEFEATED!’ each time the area
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Insomniac’s Overstrike becomes Fuse

Insomniac Games, the developers behind the behemoth franchises Spyro and Ratchet & Clank have teased us with a new trailer from their new IP, Fuse. For those that have been following Insomniac Games and their developments, may have heard of their other project, Overstrike. However, that project has new been retitled Fuse, and development seems
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Females Won’t Be Alien to Aliens: Colonial Marines

Gearbox, responsible for the fantastic Brothers In Arms and Borderlands series, have responded to claims that females will be absent in their new IP, Aliens: Colonial Marines. This situation arose when fans of the iconic film franchise took to the web to voice their concerns that females could take a back seat to male-dominated action,
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Halo 4 – Major Plot Detail Leaks (Spoilers)

Please note there are major spoilers below. 343 Industries, the developers behind the next hit in the Halo franchise, seem to have antagonised their fans… by revealing the primary antagonist for Halo 4 accidently in their new trailer. This is a result of the inclusion of the game’s script as part of the footage for
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DmC: Devil May Cry Virgil Trailer Released

It’s been a busy day for Capcom. With their new IP Remember Me already being showcased, we have another trailer from the same company detailing Virgil’s appearance in the latest instalment of the Devil May Cry franchise. Fans of the series will know that Virgil is Dante’s brother, the main protagonist of Devil May Cry,
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Assassins Creed 3 Hits Us Right In The Naval

Gamescom is fast approaching, and Ubisoft has seen fit to release the latest Assassins Creed 3 trailer, detailing gameplay features specifically related to gunplay at sea. It was predicted that whilst naval warfare would make an appearance in this latest instalment in the franchise, it would take a back seat to other gameplay mechanics that
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Is It Possible To Go Solo In An MMO?

Surely this question is self-defeatist. Why play a massively multiplayer online experience if you’re only going to enter said experience alone? Aren’t such games designed purposely to encourage communication and interaction between players, or is it possible to venture through these worlds without a single word spoken?  In this article, we’re going to be discussing
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Sony Trademarks ‘Rain’ In Preparation For Gamescom

The largest public gaming convention is due to hit Germany in just under two weeks, and with ticket sales for Gamescom already breaking last years record, it’s tipped to be bigger than ever. Perhaps to acknowledge this, Sony Computer Entertainment America, or SCEA for short has trademarked ‘Rain’ as ‘video game software’, implying that it
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5 Things We Want To See In The Next Xbox

The Xbox 360 has been around for almost seven years now. To argue that we, the gaming public, are due another next generation console would be an understatement. As far as development cycles go, this is one of the largest gaps in between console releases in which we have seen no major hardware hit our
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