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id – The journey to DOOM 4

DOOM The original DOOM may not have been the first FPS but it was the most influential release of its genre. The beauty of the game was its simplistic but addictive gameplay. If it moved…you shot the crap out of it! You never had to worry about on-coming hostages and there was’t a squadmate in...

Retron 5 – The answer to dead cartridge batteries

One thing that gets a retro collector weak at the knees, is the sight of a classic cartridge. These beauties were built to last! They don’t skip, fear finger prints or buckle under the pressure of a scratch. However, cartridges do have their ‘Kryptonite’… While the circuitry and...

Escape from the Planet of the Robot Monsters

One of the most addictive and unique retro 2 player games was Escape from the Planet of the Robot Monsters. The comic-style narrative was unlike anything else I had ever played and I remember the game being that much more maturer than most. Escape from the Planet of the Robot Monsters used a unique...

A New Nintendo Next-Gen Console

It’s no secret that the Wii U is seriously struggling against the XBOX One and PS4. Few gamers really understood what the Wii U could offer. Although the Wii U is far from dead and Nintendo should have a few tricks up their sleeve, (more on that soon) we can’t help but think what...

Mario Kart Arcade GP on Wii U – Don’t you think it’s time?

I still remember that pleasant surprise when finding a Mario Kart arcade cabinet in my local bowling centre. Once you were snug in your seat, a camera would take a picture of your face, to be used on-screen to identify you to other players. Although a nice touch, us Mario Kart fans weren’t exactly...

The Wolf Among Us – How does it play on PC?

After playing Telltale’s superb Walking Dead, The Wolf Among us was a must-play. However, there was one issue…I’d played The Walking Dead on my PS3 and had just purchased The Wolf Among Us on Steam. Was the jump from pad to mouse+keyboard going to ruin my experience? NPC Interaction and...

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