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Minecraft Xbox One S Limited Edition Announced

Microsoft has announced a limited edition Minecraft version of the Xbox One S. The console has a dirt block aesthetic on the front and a red stone circuit on the back. Pretty darn snazzy. Included in the pack is: 1TB Xbox One S Console Creeper Controller Minecraft game code Redstone pack code 1 month of … Continue reading

Opinion: Microsoft Needs More Exclusives

This year has seen Nintendo release The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Splatoon 2, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, ARMS, and they have a number of games on the way. Playstation has seen the likes of Horizon Zero Dawn, Persona 5, Gravity Rush 2, Nioh and Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy. Xbox has seen Halo … Continue reading

International Snooker Review

International Snooker is a Playstation Vita title that allows you to play a career in tournaments as well as matches of Pool/Billiards and Snooker against AI or human opponents.  I love pool. I am by no means a world class talent but I consider myself competent. This game however made me feel like I am … Continue reading

Opinion: What should be locked behind an Amiibo?

It was announced that the fusion mode, an ultra hard difficulty, will be locked behind the (squishy) Metroid Amiibo on the upcoming 3DS game Metroid: Samus Returns. Similarly the coop mode of Shovel Knight was also locked behind an Amiibo on the Wii U (though this Amiibo could be bought with the game). This begs … Continue reading

Opinion: SNES Mini Classic Stopping Virtual Console?

Following the success of the NES Classic Mini, Nintendo has announced the follow up to this retro gamers trip down memory lane by announcing the SNES Classic Mini console. It comes bundled with 21 games from the SNES generation, in what is an extremely fantastic retro lineup of games. Included are some of the most … Continue reading

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Review

The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of time is regarded by many (myself included) to be the best game ever made. It set the bench mark for every Zelda game that came after it and it’s effects can still be felt in many games in the video game industry even today. To produce such a game … Continue reading

Nintendo Switch Event Tokyo

Tokyo, Japan. Here the very first public event for the Nintendo Switch was held. After yesterday’s show case by Nintendo, today was all about people getting their hands on the device for the first time and playing some of the new system’s games. The event itself was quite confusingly ran, with three separate queues before … Continue reading

Super Mario World – Revisited

The first game I bought for my Super Famicon was my all time favourite SNES game, so for me it was a no brainer, Super Mario World. Now I will be the first to tell you this game is wrapped in a sugary coat of nostalgia and sometimes that sweet wrapping can give you rose … Continue reading