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Tomb Raider Review
0 CommentsPosted by Death Hormone on April 15, 2013 under Featured, Games, Reviews
Jump back to 1996; a game is released on the Sega Saturn, PC and Playstation. This game is Tomb Raider. The original Tomb Raider is arguably one of the most influential games ever created, focused heavily on exploring tombs and discovering relics of a lost past, alongside lots of switch-pulling puzzles, dangerous wildlife and deadly traps. The most defining feature of the original Tomb Raider was ... more.
Pilotwings Resort Review (3DS)
0 CommentsPosted by MV93 on June 13, 2011 under Games, Reviews
The Pilotwings series has traditionally been a solid series for Nintendo, launching with the Super Nintendo and Nintendo 64 to critical acclaim. Now, with the launch of the Nintendo 3DS, Pilotwings is back after an extended delay. Developed by Minnesota-based Monster Games, Pilotwings Resort brings back the fun of the series, despite doing things differently, and provides a great launch game for t... more.
Gran Turismo 5 Review
0 CommentsPosted by Guest Author on May 16, 2011 under Featured, Games, Reviews
Are you the kind of person who loves cars, and also video games? If so, Gran Turismo 5 may be the perfect game for you. The game consists of various incredible features including top of the line graphics, cars, and gaming control. Graphics Gran Turismo 5 has great graphics, in my opinion better than any game so far. Since it took 6 years for the company to make the game, they have spent ... more.
Gaming Glasses To Protect Your Eyes
3 CommentsPosted by Guest Author on May 14, 2011 under Editorials, Games, Reviews
Eyesight and computer use have never gone particularly hand in hand, and Gunnar Optiks plans to solve this relationship problem. With their recently launched line of glasses specifically designed with gamers in mind, the company seems to be the first with a product of this kind. What Are They? Their line of gaming optics, which consists of six different glasses models, is targeted specif... more.
Mini Review: Lord of Arcana
0 CommentsPosted by Bonemeal on February 3, 2011 under Games, Reviews
In the beginning of January, a new demo became available on the PSN PlayStation Store that seemed quite intriguing. The game: Lord of Arcana. I downloaded this humble demo and got right to work. Right off, you are prompted to create your avatar, which is, of course, the look and name of your character. Then, you're tasked with picking an assortment of weapons. Your options are: Sword (1-handed)... more.
2010 Game of the Year: Nominations Podcast!
0 CommentsPosted by Lewis Dunn on December 4, 2010 under Editorials, Featured, Games, News, Reviews
How did Zippy Gamer UK choose our nominations for Game of the Year? With a list of nearly twenty nominations, watch as the UK side of Zippy Gamer smashes the dreams of those nominated to bring you the top 8 that will duke it out over the coming weeks! Including all of your podcast regulars and favourites, this special edition examines and scrutinises this years best and brightest in this openin... more.
Halo: Reach Review
0 CommentsPosted by Jonathan on September 20, 2010 under Featured, Games, Reviews
Halo: Reach is the game so many of us have been looking forward to for many months. If you liked the earlier Halo games from Bungie, you're going to like this one too. Bungie has mastered the art of building their shooters on the Xbox 360 console. Since Halo: Reach is Bungie's last entry into the franchise, we can assume they threw everything they could into it. Is Halo: Reach everything it could ... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Lewis Dunn on September 2, 2010 under Games, Reviews
Well what a wonderfully thoughtful thing this is. Passage is a... er... video game? I think? You see Passage kinda defies the conventions of video game in favor of acting as a piece of art. Which it definitely is. Providing you “get” it. Which hopefully you will. Oh boy... this is going to be tricky to explain... Without ruining anything (not that it can be ruined... you know what I’m ju... more.
Tekken Movie Review
4 CommentsPosted by MagnusXavier on August 11, 2010 under Featured, Reviews
I recently watched the yet to be released cinematic adaptation of my favourite video game franchise, Tekken, starring Jon Foo, Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa and Ian Anthony Dale as Jin Kazama, Heihachi Mishima and Kazuya Mishima respectively. First Thing's First Let me start by saying that I'm extremely impressed with the accuracy of the costumes and the fight scenes were really exciting. The figh... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Jonathan on June 4, 2010 under Editorials, Featured, Games, Reviews
My girlfriend and I visited Disney Quest recently in Orlando, FL. I've wanted to visit this place for years after hearing that it's one of the best arcades within a thousand miles from where I live. We've seen a decline in arcades since the 90s. I believe this is because of the powerful home consoles we now have that rival the power of arcade machines. So does Disney Quest bring back that old f... more.
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