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» The Demise Of Nintendo

Arguably the biggest gaming staple since the commercialisation of gaming in the 80’s, Nintendo has stood tall and proud as an elite company within the industry. Catering for multiple types of gamers, Nintendo are well respected within the industry. Yet, after the crippling launch of the Wii U and the issues surrounding the 3DS, Nintendo […]

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» Launch Games and Consoles: Overview.

When a new console releases, there is a certain buzz to it like no other-the only feeling that could relate to it I guess is the feeling of getting a new toy, car or something you hold close to you. The PS4 has launched this week in America and with the promise of great games. […]

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» Fifa 14: Legacy Edition Details.

Fifa is widely seen as the best available football game on the market across all platforms. However, issues have plagued the game outside of the main PS3 and 360 versions. The Vita version for example is a reskin of a reskin (Fifa 14 is 13 which in itself was Fifa Football). The Wii, PS2, PSP, […]

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» Killzone: Mercenary (PS Vita) Review.

The PS Vita is taking off at long last. A timely price cut coupled with great value packs and games has swung the mood of the Vita to new heights. Killzone Mercenary is the latest title in the AAA franchise for Sony which sees the series for the first time replicate and enhance the PS3 console versions-even bettering those […]

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» The top five games to look forward to this fall.

The games are coming thick and fast for this fall with the next generation consoles soon upon us. The end of year time is generally the most prolific for game releases. So here are five games for all console owners to look forward to and see what the fuss is all about. If you own a […]

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» Hotline Miami review.

With all the fuss in gaming about new technology and innovations, there is a particularly big fuss over indie games. If anything, indie games represent the future of gaming. The industry is moving closer to imaginative and cheaper engrossing titles over big-budgeted behemoth games. Hotline Miami, originally released late last year for the PC made the […]

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» PSP and PSVita hidden tricks.

Sony do like to proclaim its features on all of their platforms. With the two portables though, some are hidden in plain sight or quite simply just not mentioned. Some of these features are quite nifty while others raise the question of why… PSP -While turning on the PSP (fully, not from standby), hold the […]

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» PS Vita review.

The PSVita has arrived to acclaim, buzz and a plethora of potential for success. The new iteration of a handheld console for Sony is technologically superior than anything else that you can hold in your hands and play games on. It doesn’t matter that if it sells by the bucketload or by the fingernails or […]

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» PSVita Hardware Preview

The PSVita, possibly one of the most anticipated console releases in the history of gaming thus far is nearly upon the west. Launching firmly in the middle of next week (Wednesday 22nd), it will be intriguing to see how the technological behemoth will be received via the consuming market. Despite being visibly apparent that its […]

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» Metal Gear Solid HD Collection Review

Snake? Snakeeee? Snakeeeeeee!!! 2 classics from the last generation of consoles and 1 classic from the realm of portable bliss. 3 games for the price of 1 is always a sweet deal and made even sweeter by the sheer popularity of each title in this collection remastered in HD. The originals were all showered with […]

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