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News: Xbox Series S & Series X

So it all started with a supposed leak on Monday night. Before we knew what was going on, we had the price for Xbox Series S, a console that had previously only been rumoured to exist. It sent shockwaves through the industry – clearly, with a price of $299/£249, Microsoft were not playing around. And mere minutes ago, we saw […]

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Preview: Lands of Raynar

Though light on footage or shots of in-game action. the recently announced Lands of Raynar looks and sounds very promising indeed. Billed as a unique hybrid of RTS and RPG, Lands of Raynar is due to be released in 2022 on PC, PS5 and Xbox Series X. According to the press release, Lands of Raynar will feature an intriguing storyline, […]

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Comment: Next Generation Nerves?

Here we are, supposedly just a few months away from the launch of PS5 and Xbox One Series X – yet there’s still no indication of what price they’re going to launch at or any similar details for the games that will be accompanying each console’s launch. I’ve never known anything like this in my 40ish years of gaming; usually, […]

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Kickstarter: Neko Ghost, Jump!

I’ve always had a soft spot for cutesy 2D platformers, having grown up playing them in the 80s and 90s – and, mostly thanks to indie developers, they seem to be just as popular as ever today. The 3D platformer has been undergoing a bit of a resurgence recently too, with games such as Yooka-Laylee, not to mention the remastered […]

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Opinion: Backwards Compatibility

There’s endless rumour and speculation about the lengths to which Sony’s upcoming console, the PS5, will be backwards compatible with previous PlayStation consoles. Though this will be put to rest this week – hopefully – with the PS5 event scheduled for June 4th, we already have a very clear idea as to where their closest competitor – at least in […]

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Opinion: Xbox Series X Features

I must be psychic. Just a day before the Xbox Series X specs and features announcement, I was bemoaning the laziness of remasters – now here we are with the knowledge that first party (and third party, if the publisher chooses) games will essentially be forward compatible on Xbox One, meaning that you will be able to purchase a game […]