Archive for the ‘Editorial’ Category

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In a quest to review a seriously bad game, I suffered a bad experience that left me ill. I am not epileptic but this game seriously made me feel like I wanted to heave. I have decided to review it with some dramatisation but the seriousness here is that this game has been allowed to [...]

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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 [...]

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Posted by Craig Baker 5 COMMENTS

I have been a long time supporter of Sony consoles. Ever since the days on the PS1 when I enjoyed playing games like Crash Bandicoot, Metal Gear Solid, and Tomb Raider. I also had a PS2 on day 1 and loved playing great titles such as God of War, Socom, and Shadow of the Colossus. But [...]

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I have been playing the Gears of War 3 Beta for about a week and a half now and I figured I would just jump on quickly to give my impressions on the Gears 3 Beta so far. I have always loved the campaigns and horde mode in previous Gears titles. That said, I wasn’t [...]

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The masters of horror are here to turn your console into a complete horror fest. Suda 51 and Grasshopper Manufacture are working on one heck of a game called Shadows of the Damned and we got a chance to play an hours worth of the game back around one month ago. Finally, we can finally [...]

Categories: Editorial, Feature, Previews
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Presented By Good evening or very early morning, depending on your perspective. I just got home from the midnight launch from my local Gamestop in Ocean Township, New Jersey. What a fucking launch it was. There is nothing I love more that a midnight launch event, surrounded by around a hundred people with one thing [...]

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Codemasters development team give us a taste of some of the new features for DiRT3 including a YouTube upload facility, which hasn’t been ruled out on the Xbox 360 either. Take a look at this video to find out more.  

Categories: Editorial, Trailers, Video
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He left us in dust, literally! To hype up the game Ken Block gives us an exhbibition in Gymkhama the new decipline featured in DiRT3. There were various viewing areas to watch him drive for most of the day, needless to say you really need to be there to appreciate just how much of a [...]

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James throws the game onto it’s maximum dificulty settings and gives Dirt3 a spin and surprisingly manages to keep the car on the road. ABS and racing lines were removed alongside full damage being added. DiRT3 shows real promise to be another great edition into this franchise.  

Categories: Editorial, Let's Play
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James get’s his hand on the eagerly anticipated new dicipline Gymkhana mode for Dirt 3. The new dicipline see’s you performing stunts, drifts and donuts in a bid to earn style points and provide the biggest adrenaline fuelled ride of a lifetime. Shame James sucked at doing it! Take a look at this video.  

Categories: Editorial, Feature, Let's Play
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Ken Block hits the stage and it’s time for some split screen multiplayer. Notibly absent from the first two DiRT games, it finally makes an appearance. Codemasters have finally made the split-screen feature work on today’s hardware and gamers can finally enjoy some local competition against each other, watch the video!  

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Myself and Andy Knight from TIMJ sat down inside the Sports Bar - Trocadero with a nice alcoholic beverage to mull over our thoughts about the forthcoming DiRT3 event taking place at Battersea Power Station. Twitter was awash of speculation referencing the event started earlier and as per usual my conspiracy hat was on, so [...]

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Pictures taken on 08/04/2024 at Battersea Power Station at Codemasters Dirt 3 Event. Images copyright of James Ireland (2011).

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Editor James Ireland brings us a video of the EA April Showcase 2011 and talks about the up and coming footage that we’ll have on the website over the next week with previews for big titles such as Portal 2, Shadows of the Damned, Battlefield 3 and much anticipated arcade titles such as Gattling Gears [...]

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“Do Your Bit to support the Japanese Red Cross at this time of need!”. - James Joell-Ireland | Editor | We Do Network For the next two days, until March 24th at 5PM Japan time, when you shop at www.tokyoflash.com, 100% of the value of your order, including postal costs, will be donated to the disaster relief fund [...]

Categories: Editorial, Gadgets
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WDG Editor James Joell-Ireland talks about how Dead Island could be one of the most important games of recent years. The extremely edgy and controversial game could push narrative to new levels by introducing normal believable every day characters whilst children themselves can fall victim to the zombies. To find out more click the link [...]

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Posted by James Ireland 4 COMMENTS

The recent events in Tunisia and Egypt have shown that people do have power despite what we are fed by the mainstream media. The turmoil in the Middle East and Africa has shown that unity and a common purpose can overthrow corrupted governments that have long overstayed their welcome. The recent protests in both countries [...]

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