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COMIC CON

Manchester Comic Con 2013 – Gamer Pulp Report & Pictures, A.K.A The Lack of LoL By Liam McLoughlin & Jordan Woodward The Manchester Comic Con today was an excellent show piece of the creative minds. Cosplayers as well as those of the nerdy disposition was all attracted to the event from all over Britain, and  [ Read More ]

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Jul
04

What happend to the Geek?

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What happened to the Geek? By John Carey I don’t know if I’m the one noticing this, or if I just happen to have had the privilege of growing up around Assholes, but what happened to the Geek?   By that, I don’t mean the intelligent, pale, bespectacled kid with a greasy bowl cut and  [ Read More ]

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Jun
15

Nostalgic Moments Relived

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Helpful tips to recover your past onto pc/mac By Danielle Craig   I am big about playing classic nostalgic games, in fact, I need to play them more. I have discs about my room, but I tend to forget about my consoles and leave them gathering dust. I shouldn’t, but I do.   An emulator  [ Read More ]

Categories: Features
Jun
11

Sony twists the knife

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   Sony Twists the Knife. The main consensus among those commentating on E3 and the thousands that are tuned in at home is this: Sony ‘won’ this generations console war before it had even really began in a way that has called “Sony Twists the knife” into the Xbox. The atmosphere for the Sony conference  [ Read More ]

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Jun
11

EA at E3: EA announcement

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Electronic Arts (EA) announcement at E3 By Danielle Craig   Overall the EA announcement put on a good show. The games had a decent amount of verity, and didn’t just focus on the classic money making FPS shooter types. The games they did present sold themselves alone on the single player content, with some fairly  [ Read More ]

Categories: Features, News
Jun
10

Microsoft @ E3: Xbox One

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Microsoft E3 Coverage: let’s look at what Xbox One had to offer   This year, Microsoft really did have a sound-bite they was hoping the press would pick up on for the Xbox One. The word ‘exclusive’ was mentioned well over 100 times.  Well Mr Microsoft we wont be falling for it. Every time we  [ Read More ]

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Feb
16

PS4 Updates: Well This looks new

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PS4 Updates: Well This looks new The first picture of hardware for the PS4, albeit still classed as a prototype, has been released ready for its final unveiling on the 20th February, that we will cover. A picture of a prototype for the PS4 controller has been released. (thanks to Destructoid). It seems to ditch  [ Read More ]

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Feb
09

Half-Life and Portal Movies

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Half-Life and Portal Motion Pictures It has been a busy week for the Valve company, with the start of talks about a feature film staring the companies most famous protagonists Gordon Freeman, and Portals Chell. J.J Abrams is in talks to lead the project. The director has deep roots within sci-fi films; Star Trek and  [ Read More ]

Feb
07

Gamerbase Manchester closure

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Gamerbase Manchester has just announced that it is planning to stop operations due to the closure of the HMV on Market Street. We advise our readers to use any remaining hours they have on the computers, as it looks like they may not receive a refund. The closure follows the administration of its owner HMV.  [ Read More ]

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Feb
06

Angels with Dirty Faces- Keeping 18+ Games Away from a 7+ Audience

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Angels with Dirty Faces- Keeping 18+ Games Away from a 7+ Audience: Video Game Violence Robyn Kuscher looks into the Video games violence debate, and why the issue doesn’t lie just with the game publishers, but with parents too.     So the violent video games row has been thrust into the limelight again, like  [ Read More ]

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