Mafia III is the highly anticipated sequel to one of the best games of its time, Mafia II. It was announced some time ago, but the new announcement is that the Collector’s Edition will contain everything a true fan would want.
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Beat Da Beat is what you think it sounds like, a rhythm style game, but with the added twist of it being a shoot-em-up. It’s already won a couple of awards while in development, now it’s finally ready to be released.
Continue reading Beat Da Beat Shooting to Steam
GRIMM is a TV show which I picked up on from the start and has become so popular, the rest of the family are watching it and we even have the seasons on blu ray, but that’s not what this is about.
Continue reading GRIMM: Dark Legacy Announced
Miitomo is Nintendo’s new idea which may sound fun on the outside, but have you actually read and understand what it does? Just look on the pre-registration page and the bit at the bottom that says, “What is Miimoto?”, lets see what it is.
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Doom from id Software now has a release date and to celebrate that, a trailer along with a couple of screenshots and some pre-order information is also available for you to suckle on until the game is actually released.
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Clandestine is a game I should have reviewed a long time ago, but it got shoved to the pile of unused codes due to me having too much to play and then Fallout 4 happened and everything went to heck.
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Why the Racksoy Microphone Mic Suspension Boom? I’d been looking for a mic boom for ages, the main place of interest was amazon, but the main problem on there are the reviews. I tried asking on Twitter if anyone recommended one, even asked a YouTuber who, as I should have guessed, ignored my question.
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Copyright on things usually expires after so many years, but as posted by Game Politics, anything before 1976 could have its copyright doubled from 28 years to 56, but usually only if the creator is still alive.
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2016 is almost here, so what has PlayStation announced in the PS Plus January 2016 line-up? An email was sent out, but it was hard to decipher exactly which games were available and where to click.
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Mines of Mars from Crescent Moon Games has officially launched on Steam’s Early Access. The procedural RPG was originally released on mobile back in March 2014, but now PC gamers can get in on the action.
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