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Game Show Demos vs Released Games

E3, TGS, GDC and PAX are just a few of the major game shows where developers and publishers promote their up-and-coming games. Many are well into development while others are simply tech demos. But it’s the latter that can be absolutely fascinating a year or two down the road. Here are just a few...

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...

RetroN5 – Master System Converter Confirmed

When the RetroN5 had an update revealing at PAX back in April, we heard first news that the consoles outer design had been reworked to accommodate not only the pad, but the Mega Drive/Genesis converter. At the time, the add-ons compatibility (add-on sold separately) was in heavy development and retro gamers...

RetroN5 Emulation

The RetroN5 turned many heads when it was first announced. The ability to play 100% of its supported retro console cartridges is a huge achievement, so no wonder Hyperkin needed extra time to iron-out last minute bugs. Will the RetroN5 use an Emulator? Now the RetroN5 console is manufactured and ready to...

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