There’s a storm coming. Japan’s annual rainy season is upon us after only the smallest hint of sunny, summery skies.
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In the early 90s, arcades were the best place to see cutting-edge videogame technology. Your Mega Drive, SNES or PC paled in comparison to an eight player game of Virtua Racing: in fact, the only way to emulate Virtua Racing … Continue reading
There are two key components to any review of Sports Interactive’s annual update to the juggernaut that is the Football Manager franchise.
Halloween is barely a few days away, and yet even this is apparently close enough for the shops to start hanging up their stockings. Even in Japan, where the winter festivities are not particularly popular, it seems the market is … Continue reading
Since its release, Jim Cameron’s Aliens has been a movie that people have always wanted to make into a video game, and generally, they haven’t been all that successful (besides the great Alien Vs. Predator and its sequel). It’s a … Continue reading
It was a lovely sunny weekend at the ExCel when the May London MCM Expo was held. In a rare event, the cosplayers in underwear-style costumes were able to avoid hypothermia even while outside. Those in fleecey kigurumi didn’t nearly … Continue reading
Alright. Breathe. Open your eyes and read it again. A source within Sega has said that they have a HD version of Shenmue, the stone cold classic that graced the Dreamcast, that has been ready for the last year or … Continue reading
See, if you are an older gamer such as myself, Mario is a mushroom-killing, dungaree-wearing, fireballing Italian, hellbent on rescuing his better half from a dinosaur with some personal space issues. Sonic on the other hand, is a blue hedgehog … Continue reading
The 3DS after a less than smooth start has begun to flower in the video game industry; not only can owners of Nintendo’s latest system play the likes of Ocarina of Time and Star Fox, they can now play gems … Continue reading
Sonic’s back! No really, he’s back! Last year’s Sonic 4: Episode I was a 2D step in the right direction for the little guy, and last month’s Sonic Generations was a fantastic celebration of the very best of his games. Arriving uncharacteristically … Continue reading