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Sep 29
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Classic Mac game “Glider” coming to iOS in the near future

Published in Gaming News, News | Written by Matt

For those of you old enough to remember, I’m certainly not, the old-school Mac game “Glider”, you’re in luck because the developer says he’s ready to jump right back into the gaming industry after a long period working as an Apple Developer.

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Sep 27
IMDb trivia application released

IMDb trivia application released

Published in Gaming News, News | Written by Matt

Now, I wasn’t expecting an app to come from a movie database website, but that’s what has happened! The IMBd have released a trivia game for both Apple iPhone and Apple iPod Touch users.

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Sep 23
Will the Xbox 720 and PS4 be 3D capable consoles?

Will the Xbox 720 and PS4 be 3D capable consoles?

Published in Gaming News, News | Written by Matt

With 3D becoming the norm in a variety of areas such as TV, film and gaming; the long awaited Xbox 720 and Sony PS4 are suspected to be the first 3D capable games consoles once they are released.

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Sep 23
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Gamers take gaming to the real world

Published in Gaming News, News | Written by Rhys

A study carried out by Nottingham Trent University has found that frequent video gamers transfer their gameplay to the real world. Extreme cases of GTP (Game Transfer Phenomena) involve seeing energy boxes above people’s heads and looking for a search button when trying to find someone in a crowd of people.

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Sep 22
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OnLive cloud gaming service hits UK

Published in Gaming News, News | Written by Rhys

OnLive has finally launched in the UK, over a year later than it was released in the US. The gaming service allows gamers to play video games over the internet on remote servers, therefore not needing a high performance computer or games console.

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Sep 19
Sony’s New Terms and Conditions Stop Users From Filing Lawsuits

Sony’s New Terms and Conditions Stop Users From Filing Lawsuits

Published in Gaming News, News | Written by Matt

After the tough time Sony have had these past few months, it was only a matter of time before they went to new extremes to keep themselves safe. That’s right, did you fancy suing Sony for all of the hassle they’ve caused you? Well, tough! A new update to their terms and conditions literally stops you, the user, from being able to file a lawsuit against the company.

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Sep 18
Grab Portal For Free On Steam Until September 20th!

Grab Portal For Free On Steam Until September 20th!

Published in Gaming News, News | Written by Matt

Now, all you Portal fans are going to be very excited because the makers of Portal, Valve, are giving it’s fans the chance to download Portal for free, via Steam, until September 20th.

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Sep 16
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Battlefield 3 screenshots emerge showing Operation Guillotine

Published in Gaming News, News | Written by Rhys

Eight new Battlefield 3 screenshots have been released by DICE. The screenshots showcase single player missions Operation Guillotine and Exfiltration and multiplayer map Caspian Border.

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Sep 15
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Minecraft Gets Massive 1.8 Update

Published in Gaming News, News | Written by Brandon Saltalamacchia

Minecraft will happy to know that the 1.8 update has recently been released, its update brings alot of new things to the table from being able to block, new enemies, hidden mine shafts and a lot more!

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Sep 15
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Razer Producing Arcade Fightstick for PC and Xbox 360

Published in Gaming News, News | Written by Brandon Saltalamacchia

Razer has only just unveiled they’re new addition to the family, at this moment it has no assigned name but for now we shall call it ‘Razer’s Arcade Fightstick’. It was revealed at the Tokyo Game Show but it is still in design production, this is pretty much the first draft.

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Nov 22

Xbox 360 dashboard update coming soon

The Xbox 360 dashboard has looked pretty much the same ever since it was launched, but a new update coming this december will change that. The new update will bring a much needed makeover after being trialed these past few months.

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Jul 21

Computer games will be free

Computer games will become free as companies take the pirates on, according to an industry expert.

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Oct 03

Sony PlayStation Vita has 20MB download limit

The Sony PlayStation Vita is the device that Sony are hoping will put them back on top, but a Sony spokesperson has recently stated that any files larger than 20MB will not be able to be downloaded over a 3G connection.

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