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The dawn of the NES

In Japan, a small consumer electronics company called Nintendo was having lots of success with their console the Famicom. Wanting to garner international success, they locked their sights on the USA

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Crash, Bang, Wallop

Continuing my kick on the 1980s that started last week with the British home computer, and how influential it was in not only British video games, but the computing industry, I’d like to cross the pond and talk about North America’s adventures with video games

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Loading, ready, run

While the US was being lorded over by the Atari 2600, the UK, and most of Europe was getting involved in the home computer

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The Best Things in Life are Free(ware)

You can get a lot for free, bottle openers, frying pans, and even decent games. Here are some great free games that you can play

Photo: Exquisite Games

Where’s My Mommy? – Review

Should ‘Where’s My Mommy?’ be placed on a pedestal or should it get flushed away with the rest of the unmentionables. Read on to find out

Undertale; Photo: tobyfox

Review: Undertale

Whether you aim to make lots of friends, or have a bad time in Undertale, you should read on and find out why it has filled so many people with ‘determination’

Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare 2

Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare 2 – Preview

Plants Vs Zombies: Garden Warfare 2 was mad available at Gamescom 2015 and what was Connor McBride’s opinion of the game?

Unravel

Preview: Unravel

Join Connor McBride as he unravels the mystery of why Unravel is one of his Games of the Year after playing it at Gamescom 2015

Overwatch

Overwatch – Preview

Check out this new, exciting objective-based First Person Shooter

Cuphead

Preview: Cuphead

What did Connor McBride think of Cuphead when he played it at this year’s Gamescom? Find out in our hands-on preview with the Xbox One exclusive