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» The Best PS3 Games.

The seventh generation of gaming was dominated by the PS3-Xbox 360 battle. As it begins to draw to a close, I have disclosed the top 5 Xbox 360 games as a gamer in which did not own the console itself. Here are my top 5 PS3 games. 5. Warhawk: There is a reason why a […]

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» Battlefield 4: Beta Impressions.

Battlefield 4 will release next month on PC, PS4 and Xbox One. Interestingly, the game will also release on current platforms PS3 and Xbox 360. The beta is live on current-gen consoles and has some major graphic differences from what has been previewed thus far for next-generation consoles. Battlefield 3 (2011) represented a fresh initiative […]

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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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» Has the PS Vita finally lived up to its potential?

The PS Vita is without doubt the best handheld gaming device made. The problem for the past year and a half since the Vita’s EU release has been according to many the lack of games available. Couple that with the system’s security-it has not been hacked yet unlike the PSP which was opened with ease and […]

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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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» Another Xbox U-turn…

And Microsoft is at it again! At this rate instead of calling the new Xbox One, it should be called 180, reversal, gamer changer, I’maSonyconsoleinaMicrosoftbox. So what has been changed this week? Indie developers now can publish their titles on the new Xbox when it releases without having a publisher. Having a publisher for an Indie […]

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» Retro game review: Crash Bandicoot

Crash Bandicoot in its early days was largely devoid of any inspiration. It was Mario but in forward and sometimes side-scrolling motion rather than being an entirely new entity. Crash Bandicoot released in the mid-90’s to plenty of fanfare from its target audience in which have grown up to be today’s adults-like myself. Having played the game […]

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» The SixthAxis model.

Gaming websites are something of a commodity mostly. The gaming scene is dominated by three main sites-IGN, gamespot and Joystiq which are all based in America yet are transnational. The three sites in particular IGN and Joystiq draw unfavourable controversy to their community. The articles and reviews are blazed out the world over in which varying […]

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