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NINTENDO STORE IN NYC GRAND RE-OPENING 2/19/15 RECAP AND REVIEW

Categories: 3Ds, DS/DSlite, General, retro, Wii
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Published on: 22/02/2016

Did you miss the Nintendo store grand re-opening event in New York City this Friday? Was you there? Either way, here’s how it all went down. The store opened 12:00pm with cutting the red ribbon ceremony with Charles Martinet the voice of Mario, Luigi, Wario and Waluigi. Pretty cool, if the line didn’t wrap around[…]

Settings for Fallout 4

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Published on: 11/02/2015

There have bee several rumors floating around about how the companies involved with Fallout 3 and Fallout New Vegas have started up production of a new huge game. Many people believe this means that the developers have started work on Fallout 4. My question is where will the game take place? One theory is that[…]

Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons- Brothers ’til the end

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Published on: 12/02/2014

  There is a beautiful and sad charm to the fantasy world of Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons. It is a wonderfully crafted landscape, with expansive mountains and forest trails that lead to unexplored fluorescent caverns. Yet behind these charming landscapes lies a civilization of giants ravaged by war, and two, small, brothers on[…]

Generation Gap: Why Staying Behind a Console Generation was the Best Gaming Decision I Ever Made

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Published on: 02/02/2014

Over the course of the last year the two big words in the video game journalism industry have been “next-gen”. With the PS4 and Xbox One shipping last November, and the Wii U already being on the market for over a year, all journalists could contemplate were what the next generation would look like and[…]

Sleeping Dogs: One year too late.

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Published on: 28/01/2014

Tues, January 28, 2014 by Dom Sweeney As another generation of consoles comes to an end I couldn’t help but find myself caught up in the storm of people who bought an XBOX ONE on launch day only to later realise the choice of games for the console is very minimal. Two of the few[…]

The Trance of Transmedia Storytelling- How Video Games Are No Longer Just Games

Categories: General
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Published on: 21/03/2013

On late nights I like to sit down at my desk, prop my feet up, open my laptop  and load up a few game videos. As I am about to indulge in someone’s creative efforts, a short video pops up for a recently announced game. We have all seen them before: some big budget titles,[…]

Opinion: Indie Games, Indie Bundles and why they have made me a more appreciative gamer

Categories: General, Multi Platform
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Published on: 19/01/2013

  Compiling multiple games or content together is nothing new in the video game industry. Game of the year sets, or box set collections, have provided gamers with the opportunity to explore some big blockbuster titles from major developers at an affordable price. However, a more recent fad, in which has taken many gamers by[…]

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