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Speed Link’s TORID Wireless PC Gamepad – Review

At first glance, Speed Link’s TORID pad is very similar in design to an Xbox 360 pad. Eight meter wireless range, turbo fire ability, force vibration and even compatibility with the PS3, make this a very appealing 3rd party pad. TORID unboxed Once unboxed, we get the wireless USB nano receiver, charge...

Max’s Power and the World of Life is Strange

<Page 1 – Life Is Strange: Why you should play Max’s Power Once the photography lesson ends, (where Max had the tornado daydream), you’ll slowly make your way to the rest room. There’s lots to interact with on the way. Pictures, trophy cabinets, lockers, vending machines, just...

Life Is Strange – Why you should play

I’ll admit, Life Is Strange totally took me by surprise. After finishing a few of Telltale’s games, I was in the mood for a little more episodic adventure. I’d already heard that the game wasn’t action-focused, but I put that to one side and downloaded the demo from PSN. It was...

Dead State – Not just another zombie game

< Page 1 – Dead State: The Ultimate Zombie Apocalypse Simulator Battle and levelling-up in Dead State Unlike many other zombie apocalypse games, you won’t level-up by simply smashing skulls in Dead State. Skill points and perks come from completing tasks for survivors, scavenging food and materials...

Dead State: The Ultimate Zombie Apocalypse Simulator

Some say the zombie apocalypse has been overdone in modern gaming, but the relentless struggle for developers to nail that ‘perfect zombie game’, still has us funding, pre-ordering and purchasing on release. The FPS genre currently wears the crown with its fast, fun and cooperative approach. But...

8-Bit vs 16-bit – Double Dragon: Best Home Console Port

Double Dragon is close to the heart of many retro gamers. It pretty much started the side-scrolling beat ’em up craze of the 90’s and was one of the most popular 2 player arcade games of its time. Of course, with arcade popularity comes the home console port. D4G carefully play through Sega and...

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