Gaming has been a force for charity for a number of years. With events like Desert Bus For Hope and Games Done Quick raising millions for a number of different charities over the years. The recent Summer Games Done Quick finished raising over $2.2M dollars for Doctors Without Borders and in a few weeks, the ..
Mistel are a company that like to release unique products. Being one of the first to release a split design mechanical keyboard in the form of the Mistel Barocco, this was improved when they added RGB functionality a short while later. Recently they have taken the Barocco down to a 60% design with low profile ..
I never thought I would write about the launch of a gaming orientated clothing line but here we are. Primark are hosting an Arcade event at their flagship store in Manchester tomorrow (Saturday 12th) between the hours of 1pm and 3pm. The new line up of gaming merchandise includes favourites like Super Mario and ..
Many years in the makin….Raging Justice has finally hit release today across PlayStation, XBox and Nintendo stores. ( The Steam release is out later tonight ;( at around 6pm ) A throwback to the classic side scrolling beat-em-up you take up the task of cleaning up the streets, the only way you know how, with ..
Marvelous partnered with XSEED have brought Bullet Witch kicking and screaming into 2018. The game, originally released as an exclusive on the Xbox 360 back in 2006, sat on a console that at the time was trying to cater to the Japanese gamer, with a number of exclusives that you would feel were more at ..
Bullet Witch is releasing on the 25th of April and is another game getting a slight remaster treatment. Bullet Witch is a game that, as a PlayStation owner, I missed back in 2006 when it was initially released for the XBox 360. You take control of Alicia who is armed with her multi purpose “gunrod” ..
Shenmue 1 and 2 are getting remastered later this year. You read that right, Yu Suzuki’s series of open world role playing games are being ported to PC, PlayStation and Xbox One consoles and are expected to be released before the end of the year. Though having not played the games it is a series ..
Chrono Trigger’s PC release to be honest was a bit of a clustertruck. It turned out that it was simply a ported version of the maligned mobile release including the mobile controls that were simply ported across with new legends for the keyboard. It got worse when people started playing, with a horrible HQ ..
Easter has just passed and with it so has Insomnia 62, another entry in the long running and largest gaming festival in the UK. This year’s spring event had a slightly different feel over past events. With a noticeable lack of PC and gaming hardware brands in the halls. This means, there was no Scan, ..
The RPCS3 emulator has been something I have been keeping an eye on over the past year, despite it being available for almost 6 years. The reason for this is because over these last few months there has been a massive amount of improvements to the software with the aim of improving compatibility and support ..
No one can deny that the 90s were definitory for the games we play today. But it is very likely few developers expected that the ideas that emerged then, in the era of arcade games and low-graphics, would still be going strong now. Games like Need for Speed, Gran Turismo, or even Mario Kart all ..
The Internet Archive are no strangers to emulation and they have expanded their online emulation collection even further recently with a number of handheld games. These are games that many of you may have had as a kid when you weren’t allowed or simply didn’t have a GameBoy. It was 4 years ago that the ..