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Ubisoft Games are Penalising PC Customers

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At one time I would have described myself as a Ubisoft fan. After last year’s Assassin’s Creed: Black Flag, I went so far as to say that Ubisoft Montreal may well be the best games developer in the world. In my opinion however, 2014 will be remembered as the year Ubisoft started taking their business… Read more »

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Gaming PC Build or Buy?

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Whether to build or buy your gaming PC is a question hovering on a lot of PC gamers’ lips lately. For many the question is a no-brainer. Some of you have been building ultimate gaming PCs for years now, so the thought of buying a gaming rig seems frightfully… casual. For others though, the idea… Read more »

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The Best Couch Coop Games, Five of

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The best couch coop games represent the most fun to be had in multiplayer video games. The best couch coop games generate fantastic multiplayer experiences because they are shared with real people, all in the same room. Online coop games are fun but nothing compares to sitting on the sofa with your good friend and playing some local couch coop… Read more »

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Can Halo 5 reclaim the FPS throne?

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The footage for Halo 5’s multiplayer was released earlier this month and the Halo 5: Guardians multiplayer beta will be bundled with copies of The Master Chief Collection. It looks like we’re all gearing up to welcome Halo back into the fold as one of the most honoured titles in the FPS genre. But despite the pedigree,… Read more »

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Build a Cheap 1998 Retro Gaming PC

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For a long time now I’ve wanted to build a retro gaming PC. A retro PC build I can specifically use to play retro Windows and DOS games that are not longer compatible with modern versions of Windows. Retro PC Games like Grim Fandango, Sam & Max, POD, X-Com Apocalypse and many more. Sure I could… Read more »

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How The Game Show Rate Video Games

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Grading video games ain’t like dusting crops, boy. Every site out there takes different things into consideration when reviewing video games and The Game Show is no different. Critiquing video games on a dedicated level you’d most likely need to consider at least ten categories; design ethics, control schemes, game mechanics, emotional and creative stimuli;… Read more »

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Rocksmith – good or bad?

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A short argument for you this time around; Matty B and Raff argue about the validity of Edu-tainment titles – Rocksmith in particular. Is it better to learn guitar the old-fashioned way or will gaming technology raise the next generation of rock stars? M: So – here’s something that bothers me. Games which aren’t technically… Read more »

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Online vs. Local Multiplayer

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The second bout of Game Show discussions takes place between Matty B and Raff and this time opens up debate as to whether multiplayer is better online or locally. Matty is in bold this time around. As I’m a proponent for all things old-school, I prefer local multiplayer. Some of my favourite memories are of… Read more »

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Was the N64 any good?

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The following is the transcribe of a conversation between Matty B and Raff. Matty doesn’t think that the N64 was very good (which is already a pretty unpopular decision). Have a read and let us know what you think. Matty B: The N64 wasn’t that good a console – discuss Raff: Wrong, it was excellent…. Read more »