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Top 10 Best Free iPad Games 2016
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Top 10 Best Free iPad Games 2016 10: Race Penguin: A simple physics-based side scrolling and colourful cartoon-style game in which you play as a Penguin attempting to evade an oncoming, off-screen Polar Bear. You slip and slide your way … Read More

Apple TV graduates from Hobby machine to Game Console
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Many years ago, the late Steve Jobs described the Apple TV has a hobby product for Apple. It was a device that was still very much in development and not quite the completed article. Following Apple’s “Hey Siri” event yesterday, … Read More

Grand Theft Auto V fan film brings Los Santos to life
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Grand Theft Auto V has been cleverly replicated in real life in this new viral video produced by Corridor Digital. Shot largely in third-person perspective from behind an actor, the video explores Los Angeles (doubling for the game’s Los Santos) … Read More

10 Video Games that Should Be Made into Movies
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Now it’s time to give you my top 10 list of video games that really should become movies! 10. Halo: The Military  Sci-fi FPS franchise is iconic for its ring worlds, strong story-driven approach, blistering gameplay and an awesome cyernetically-enchanced … Read More

Mobile Gaming Addiction: Time Killers or Time Wasters?
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Mobile Gaming Addiction: Time Killers or Time Wasters? Mobile gaming on smartphones and tablets has had a huge impact on our culture. In fact, that and social media are perhaps the most popular functions of smartphones nowadays. Spend any time … Read More

The World’s First Video Game: From Tennis for Two to Grand Theft Auto Online
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The World’s First Video Game: From Tennis for Two to Grand Theft Auto Online Modern games such as Destiny, Watch Dogs, Far Cry 4 and Grand Theft Auto Online are examples of how elaborate, immersive and graphically advanced gaming has … Read More

Tex Murphy Tesla Effect Now Available after 16 year hiatus
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Tex Murphy Tesla Effect, the sixth game in the Tex Murphy game franchise has officially launched on GOG.com and Steam. The Interactive movie and point-and-click action adventure game began life as a Kickstarter campaign back in 2012 when I had … Read More

Retro Tech Talk: Were You a Sega or a Nintendo?
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Sega or Nintendo?  Sega Vs Nintendo, in the late 80s and early 90s, the console wars were fought between these two Japanese Tech Giants, it was very much the Sony Playstation Vs Microsoft Xbox battle of that era. Also, because … Read More

Half-Life 3 May Be Released in 2015
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Half-Life 3 hasn’t been quite as much of a mystical unicorn of the gaming industry as say something like, Duke Nukem Forever was but it’s certainly close. Just to recap on the history of the Half-Life game franchise, back in … Read More

2012 Technology: A year in Review (Video)
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It’s hard to believe that 2012 is coming to an end, for me personally it’s felt like a long year and a big one in terms of Technology. Over the course of the last twelve months we’ve had some major developments … Read More

Good Old Games adds support for Mac with 50 retro games
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Tired of porting over your retro PC games purchased on GOG.com to your Mac? Well, you’ll be happy to know that this week Good old games (www.gog.com) have expanded their platform support by bringing some all-time retro gaming classics to … Read More

The New Nintendo WiiU
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The New Nintendo WiiU Here in the UK and the rest of Europe, come the 30th of November, my Birthday incidentally, gamers can get their hands on the new Nintendo WiiU. So far there are a lot of different stores … Read More

Eurocom Scorpius laptop is a desktop replacement behemoth!
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Eurocom has introduced a new powerful desktop-replacement workstation called Scorpius. This gargantuan laptop features a 17.3-inch display with a full 1920 x 1080P resolution. Weighing in at 7.72 pounds with a thickness that measures 1.92 inches, this thing is a … Read More

New iPad runs 5 degrees Celsius Hotter than iPad 2
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The newly launched 2012 edition of the iPad appears to be running a little hotter than its predecessor, that’s according to a GLBenchmark test conducted by Tweakers.net. The study was conducted using an infrared camera and the third generation Apple … Read More

Samsung Series 7 700G7A Notebook is a Gaming Heavyweight
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Unveiled at Gamescom 2011 Samsung’s new Series 7 700G7A notebook is aimed at the gamers among you with a dizzying amount of horsepower under the hood. The 17.3-inch gaming giant provides a quad-core Intel Core i7-2630QM with a clock speed … Read More

Rugby Nations 2011 Coming August 19th for iPhone & Android
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You’ll have to excuse my self-indulgence here but I’m enormously excited about the announcement that Distinctive Developments are about to release the 2011 edition of their popular Rugby Nations iPhone and Android game. I’ve been a fan since the original … Read More

Sony 13-inch VAIO Z Boosts its GPU with (ThunderBolt) Light Peak
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Who said Ultraportables had to be all style and no substance? If you look at the MacBook Air or comparative notebooks as examples, most seem to be lacking in the graphics performance department but Sony look set to change all … Read More

Acer Aspire Ethos Notebooks offer Unique Multimedia Experience
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Acer have introduced their new Aspire Ethos notebooks to North America at a starting price of $1,200. Targeted at the entertainment and gaming consumer these multimedia driven laptops are sure to impress with a comprehensive range of features and solid … Read More

Toshiba Qosmio X770 Notebook Offers 3D Gaming
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If your looking for a new a well rounded, feature driven gaming behemoth Notebook then the Toshiba Qosmio X770 is definitely worthy of your careful consideration. Introduced at Computex 2011 and already available in Europe this month it’s due to … Read More

What is your primary Gaming Device?
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In Today’s featured article we’re asking you, What is your Primary Gaming Device? High end gaming continues to be dominated by the mainstream consoles (Xbox 360, PS3, Nintendo Wii), which also receive priority of the latest graphically cutting edge gaming … Read More