Archive for May, 2011

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Ever since the dawn of man there have been nerds. And since the dawn of these nerds known typically in its Latin name Nerdus Maximus, required some sort of outlet to allow them to live out their fantasies of trolling around dungeons so as they could slay Goblins, Undead Skeletons, and of course dragons. It [...]

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Well boys and girls, it’s May 24th and that means DiRT 3 is out. After tons of coverage by our very own James Ireland after attending the press event in London just a few short weeks ago, finally the game is here. This is just a quick unboxing of my copy. Sorry about the terrible [...]

Categories: Previews, Recent News
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Just like their recent release of Yar’s Revenge, which was reviewed by our very own Andrew Wylie, Atari seem intent on traveling even further back in time to plunder their back-catalogue for ideas. The original Star Raiders title was released for the Atari 800 in 1979 and has been long forgotten by just about everyone [...]

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James takes a look at one of the newer xbox indie games this week - Bumblepig. Is it bloomin good fun or is it just full of pollen? Sad cliche’s aside let’s take a look at the video review!

Categories: Xbox Indie Games
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James takes a look at the newly released Fantastic Four table for Pinball FX2. This table is later to be released on Marvel Pinball when Sony finally get their act together and open back up the PSN store. Is this table worth your 240 microsoft points though? Find out in this video review

Categories: Feature, Xbox 360 Reviews
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A website set up by Sony to allow users to reset their passwords following last month’s hack attack is itself subject to a security alert. A Sony user discovered an exploit on the site that could have been used by hackers to impersonate users. Password resets have been necessary following the exposure of 77 million [...]

Categories: Recent News
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After nearly eight years in development the time has finally come and we as gamers get to play the 1940’s detective epic that is LA Noire. There aren’t going to be many opportunities for us as gamers to experience a completely new genre of gaming. LA Noire offers this and much more in a familiar [...]

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Yesterday afternoon I recieved an email from Gamestop which was addressed to all persons whom have the Power Up Rewards Card. It said that if you pre-order Modern Warfare 3 now that you would recieve a free double sided poster. One side of the poster was also meant to contain spoilers that they said won’t [...]

Categories: Feature, Recent News
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Nokia is to stop using the Ovi brand to sell music, games and mobile apps. The company said it planned to wind up the four-year-old project and would be offering services under the Nokia name in future. In its early days, critics claimed that Ovi was an ill-conceived, rushed reaction to Apple’s app store and [...]

Categories: Phones
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The deluge of gamers trying to get back on to the PlayStation Network has caused problems for Sony. The recently restored service had to be taken offline again briefly because of the sheer number of users trying to change their passwords. Sony was forced to close the network a month ago when hackers gained access [...]

Categories: Recent News
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Releasing tonight is one of the most highly anticipated games of 2011. LA Noire, developed by Team Bondi and published by Rockstar, whom is best known for the Grand Theft Auto series and last years blockbuster hit Red Dead Redemption. LA Noire is set in 1940’s Los Angeles, where you play as flat footer Cole [...]

Categories: Feature, Previews, Recent News
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Released this week alongside Brink was the eleventh installment of the Lego games series. Of course I am speaking of none other than Lego Pirates of the Caribbean. Get ready me hearties as we swashbuckle our way from Port Royal, through Davey Jones’ Locker, and finally end up doing battle with Black Beard on the [...]

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Manufacturer’s Description Sleek and minimalist, the iPhonic offers smooth and superior sound quality, adding a new audio dimension to your device. The compact speaker dock doubles as a recharge station ensuring your iPhone or iPod is always fully juiced. Lightweight and easy to use, the iPhonic can also be used with other audio players Our [...]

Categories: Electronics
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A downloadable map featuring Osama Bin Laden’s hideout has been developed for the video game Counter-Strike: Source. Created by developer Fletch, the software map is called fy-abbottabad after the town in Pakistan where the al-Qaeda leader was found in hiding. He was killed during a raid by elite US Navy Seals on Monday 2 May. [...]

Categories: Recent News
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Hackers have broken into two websites belonging to Japanese video games maker Square Enix. The company confirmed that the e-mail addresses of up to 25,000 customers who had registered for product updates may have been stolen as a result. Resumes of 350 people applying for jobs in its Canadian office could also have been copied [...]

Categories: Editorial
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Forget the Eurovision song contest, because there is a triple AAA game you should be playing right now. Ok, enough of the sarcasm. However there is a latest simulator out there for you geeks and freaks! Ever wanted to smell piles of hot rubbish? Well now you can thanks to Garbage Truck Simulator. Watch our [...]

Categories: Feature, PC Reviews
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Battle Slots is a strategy RPG reminiscent of Puzzle Quest. If you’re familiar with that, stick with what you know, it plays much better. The battle system in this game is incredibly simple and requires little to no learning curve what-so-ever. It’s just enough for you to enjoy though, and I promise you will if [...]

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