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Doom 3 BFG glitch from 2004 returns

HD remastered games are increasingly looking like cheap cash ins from a consumer perspective considering most simply offer higher resolution display as opposed to having things like new textures and gameplay elements. In some ways, why not. The aim is obviously riding on the coattails of nostalgia in providing an

Capcom offers two Remember Me promotions

Capcom has today announced two Remember Me promotions and  is offering the chance for the more creative gamers to have their creations and personal images incorporated into the retail version of Remember Me which releases in May 2013. Set in Neo-Paris in 2084, Remember Me provides a vision of the

League of Legends videos

Riot Games released some new  league of Legends videos which take a look at the champion character Elise the Spider Queen as well as an overview of the Twisted Treeline Map. League of Legends is one of the well respected online only esports games and is worth checking out if

Dishonored video competition begins

Fancy getting your Dishonored video work featured in the next Dishonored trailer, then check out a new Dishonored video competition where submitting your work could also net you an exclusive Sokolov painting from the PAX East party. For the Dishonored video competition gamers are required to send their coolest video

Rollercoaster Tycoon 3D – 3DS – Grand Opening

Namco Bandai released a new Rollercoaster Tycoon 3D – 3DS – Grand Opening video to mark the game’s European release today. RollerCoaster Tycoon 3D recaptures the classic gameplay of the RollerCoaster Tycoon games that have delighted gamers since 1999, while tailoring the fun for the 3DS through an intuitive touch-screen

Nintendo reveals its 3DS holiday lineup

  Nintendo of America has today showcased its 3DS holiday lineup as well as a sneak look at some of the upcoming content for the 3D handheld.Take a look at the video which divulges all on the 3DS holiday lineup. The first party 3DS holiday lineup includes: Professor Layton and

Sesame Street TV and Nat Geo TV review

Microsoft’s Kinect still receives its fair share of criticism amongst gaming’s press, and rightfully so, as there’s some real stinkers, more than there are actually titles that prove to be worth the money. Needless to say, Kinect games in general are like a minefield, yet every so often you stumble