Thursday, 26 April 2018
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Throwback Thursday - Sega satisfaction

Added: 26.04.2018 13:17 | 0 views | 0 comments

For this week's Throwback Thursday piece, FULLSYNC's OhMyJosh revisits some of his favourite games from SEGA consoles of the past.

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The T-54 Motherland tank returns to World of Tanks for the Soviet Dream Machines Event

Added: 26.04.2018 12:27 | 4 views | 0 comments

PowerUp! - "Wargaming has announced the Soviet Dream Machines event. It will see the return of the T-54 Motherland tank to World of Tanks console."

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Nintendo says it'll sell 20M Switch consoles in the next year

Added: 26.04.2018 12:17 | 7 views | 0 comments

The Japanese gaming giant is selling a whole lot of Switch consoles -- just under 18 million, in fact -- and expects to sell even more over the coming year.

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RPGs that got left in the past that need a comeback

Added: 26.04.2018 11:37 | 0 views | 0 comments

Growing up and being an 80's kid I was able to experience the games industry pretty much in its entirety. Lately, we've been seeing more and more remakes of older games, so that got me thinking, what were some games that I loved playing that they just never revisited with current gen consoles? I spent countless hours collecting characters and items in all of these games. The SNES and the PS1 were probably the golden years of RPGs. We would get a lot more JRPGs sent over, and I feel like the genre just isn't as strong as it once was. I've always loved RPGs specifically, that being said here are some that I loved that I wish they would remake and bring back into the current gen. What games would you want to see remade?

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Attack on Titan 2 Review - Cram-Gaming

Added: 26.04.2018 10:57 | 5 views | 0 comments

CG writes: Attack on Titan 2, also known as A.O.T. 2 is an action hack and slash game based on the Hajime Isayama manga series of the same name released for consoles and PC and is developed by Omega Force who are well known for their Dynasty Warriors series and Toukiden Kiwami. The game story follows a silent new hero (male or female your choice) alongside the characters fans will be familiar with if they read the manga (thats Japanese comics if you were not aware) or watch the anime. In a nutshell, its humans versus the giants (titans) who are out to devour the human race and as part of a team of cadets sent to battle them your role is to save humanity from impending doom. Sounds like a lot of fun and it is, however is it worth the purchase price considering its quite high (on Steam for example the core game is retailing at £54.99). Ouch!

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Nintendo Shipped 17.79 Million Switch Units by March 31st, 2018

Added: 26.04.2018 10:57 | 1 views | 0 comments

Nintendo updated the lifetime shipment numbers for the Switch and the 3DS, and a whole lot of units of whole consoles have hit store shelves.

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Nintendo's sales, profit up on strong Switch console demand

Added: 26.04.2018 10:07 | 6 views | 0 comments

Nintendo Co. is reporting solid sales and profit for the fiscal fourth quarter, powered by brisk demand for its Switch machines.

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Nintendo says it'll sell 20M Switch consoles in the next year

Added: 26.04.2018 9:57 | 10 views | 0 comments

The Japanese gaming giant is selling a whole lot of Switch consoles -- just under 18 million, in fact -- and expects to sell even more over the coming year.

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The History of PlayStation | Video Game History

Added: 25.04.2018 9:18 | 6 views | 0 comments

The PlayStation was the first console to break 100 million units sold. But how did it do it? Here's the history of PlayStation and Sony, from radios to Rayman.

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Nintendo Switch Hardware Hack Perfected by FailOverflow

Added: 24.04.2018 23:08 | 1 views | 0 comments

Nintendo Switch Hardware Hack Perfected by FailOverflow as the group shows off the small piece of hardware that will change Nintendo's console for the better or the worse.

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