2013 proved to be a big year for games, not least due to the new console generation landing in our shops very shortly.
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A video game auteur seems like an oxymoron; in these days of triple A games with staffs of developers bordering on the thousands, how can we say that a video game reflects one person’s creative vision?
There was a time, before the iPhone, when if you wanted the best in mobile phone gaming you had to go to Japan.
The past is a great place full of happy moments and enough nostalgia to drown a skip full of Teddy Ruxpins.
Recently this year there was EVO Championship Series, the Mecca for one on one hardcore beat em up competition.
Just to make it clear; this is a review of two games, the original A Valley Without Wind and it’s sequel.
One of the basic foundations of Nintendo’s success is giving their audience what they want.
In the world of sport, pool is one of the great levellers.
The first Bayonetta was a multi-platform release on the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 way back in 2010 and, whilst critically praised, didn’t exactly set the sales charts aflame.
Right, cards on the table; Xenoblade Chronicles is one of the very best games you can get for the Wii.