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Doctor Who, the retro 16-bit computer game that never existed.

March 6, 2013 | By | Reply More
Doctor Who, the retro 16-bit computer game that never existed.

Doctor Octoroc, a Philadelphia-based artist and classic video game enthusiast, has just created an excellent advert for a fake Doctor Who 16-Bit game. Now, if only they had that when I was playing on my ZX Spectrum, everything could have been so much different!

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Lost Planet 3… will be found this June!

March 6, 2013 | By | Reply More
Lost Planet 3… will be found this June!

If you’re a fame of Capcom’s Lost Planet series of games, you’ll be happy to hear that Lost Planet 3 will be coming your way on June 25th 2013 on most decent gaming platforms… aka the Xbox 360, PS3 and PC. Don’t believe us? Damn you then, watch this trailer!

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Android: Netrunner: The Card Game (card game review).

March 1, 2013 | By | Reply More
Android: Netrunner: The Card Game (card game review).

‘Android: Netrunner’ is a two-player ‘living card game’ (LCG) pitting a futuristic megacorporation against the wily hacker who wants to break into its servers and steal its secrets. It’s also very good. The original ‘Netrunner Collectible Card Game’ (CCG) first materialised in 1996. Designed by Richard Garfield of ‘Magic: The Gathering’ fame and based in […]

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Carcassonne, designed by Klaus-Jurgen Wrede, artist Doris Matthaus (board game review)

February 28, 2013 | By | Reply More
Carcassonne, designed by Klaus-Jurgen Wrede, artist Doris Matthaus (board game review)

What you get: 72 tiles, 1 score table, 40 wood followers in 5 colours, 4 sheets of instructions. Did you ever have a hankering to be a medieval county planner or maybe you have a yearning to be a landscape gardener? Well, yearn no more. ‘Carcassonne’ is the game for you. It’s also fun if […]

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Spartacus: A Game Of Blood And Treachery by Sean Sweigart and Aaron Dill (board game review).

February 27, 2013 | By | Reply More
Spartacus: A Game Of Blood And Treachery by Sean Sweigart and Aaron Dill (board game review).

Taken from the box: ‘A fast paced board game set in ancient Rome. The game includes backstabbing schemes, fierce bidding and bloody gladiatorial combat!’ What you get: tokens, a fold-out board in the style of a blood-soaked arena, four gladiator playing pieces, a fistful of dice, a couple of decks of cards and your House […]

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Dead Space 3 Original Videogame Score by Jason Graves and James Hannigan (album review)

February 24, 2013 | By | Reply More
Dead Space 3 Original Videogame Score by Jason Graves and James Hannigan (album review)

In space, no one can hear you scream. Be grateful for that, as the ‘Dead Space 3’ soundtrack will have you helping at every shadow in your room late at night. In ‘Dead Space 3’, you take on the character of Isaac Clarke, press-ganged into a mission that takes to the farthest reaches of space […]

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Call Of Duty: Black Ops II Original Soundtrack by Jack Wall (album review)

February 24, 2013 | By | Reply More
Call Of Duty: Black Ops II Original Soundtrack by Jack Wall   (album review)

The main theme is composed by Reznor, giving the soundtrack a bit of name value but aside from the opening track which is pretty amazing and the orchestral version of it, the majority of the album is written by Jack Wall. Mozart’s ‘Symphony No. 40 In G Minor’ does also feature at the mid-way point […]

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Destiny… not Stargate Universe, but Bungie’s Halo replacement.

February 19, 2013 | By | Reply More
Destiny… not Stargate Universe, but Bungie’s Halo replacement.

There are big games and then there are BIG computer games… and the Halo replacement game from Bungie is certainly one such beast. It’s called Destiny and here’s the first trailer for the game. This one is about the last city on Earth, after humanity has had its ass handed to it by an alien […]

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Star Trek: The Game.

February 14, 2013 | By | Reply More
Star Trek: The Game.

There’s not just a new Star Trek movie coming up, there’s also a tie-in game called – yes, you guessed it – Star Trek: The Game. I like it. Kind of direct, don’t you think? No nonsense-sounding!

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Zero Charisma.

February 4, 2013 | By | Reply More
Zero Charisma.

Here’s a trailer for a rather funny new dark comedy indie movie called Zero Charisma which should either appeal or appal all gaming nerds. Basically, it’s the geek version of Falling Down!

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