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Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Supremacy DLC Available Now For PlayStation And PC

by Peter Paltridgeon July 2, 2015
The exclusivity period is over and the second Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare DLC pack, Supremacy, is now available for Playstation consoles and the PC. Enjoy your early goodies while you can, XBox users, because Advanced Warfare is the last Call of Duty game in which you’ll get it first. But now everybody can have […]
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Cartoon Network UK Toonix App Skates Onto iOS and Android

by Grant Whiteon July 2, 2015
Cartoon Network UK today launched their brand new Toonix app.  Free to download on both iOS and Android devices, the app allows users to customise their own avatar with elements including those based on popular Cartoon Network stars. Once created players can share their avatar creations with friends and take part in skateboard challenges, also […]

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Super Mario Maker, Amiibo and Nintendo 3DS Coming To Comic-Con

by Peter Paltridgeon July 2, 2015
Nintendo will have its own presence at San Diego Comic-Con when the event kicks off next weekend. If you have a show badge, visit the Nintendo booth (No. 235) in the convention to view a display of Nintendo products including every amiibo ever released (where else are you gonna see that?) But the real goodies […]
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UK Cartoon Network, Boomerang and Cartoonito Announce July Highlights

by Grant Whiteon July 1, 2015
The first day might have smashed temperature records already, but Cartoon Network UK continues to bring the heat with their July schedule. From the 6th July viewers can look forward to brand new episodes of superhero comedy Teen Titans Go!, followed by a brand new season of LEGO Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitsu starting 27th. The […]

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Join The Art Academy In This Week's Nintendo Download

by Peter Paltridgeon June 25, 2015
This week in the Nintendo Download, the latest class in Nintendo’s Art Academy is open for business! Art Academy: Home Studio contains 30 new art lessons, Miiverse sharing, and the ability to upload time-lapse videos of your creation process to YouTube. If you already own the previous AA release, Art Academy: SketchPad, you’ll be able […]
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Splatoon Sells Over One Million Copies

by Peter Paltridgeon June 24, 2015
Sometimes it pays to invest in a new property, and sometimes it REALLY pays. On May 29 Nintendo debuted its first original characters since the Pikmin fourteen years ago, and the response to Splatoon has been massive. In a new press release from Nintendo, they boast that Splatoon has had over 476,000 physical and digital […]

Sony PlayStation Touts Its New Vue

Sony PlayStation Touts Its New Vue

by Alex Beanon June 22, 2015
Sony PlayStation’s Vue – its new cloud-based television service was launched in March 2015 and now has expanded to Los Angeles and San Francisco markets in an announcement made at the 2015 Electronic Entertainment Expo [E3] last week in Los Angeles…
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Sony Was Initially Wary Of Horizon Zero Dawn's Female Lead

by Peter Paltridgeon June 18, 2015
Horizon Zero Dawn is a gorgeous new game that was announced for the PS4 during Sony’s E3 conference two days ago. It takes place in a post-apocalyptic world where robots have risen to dominate the earth, roaming around as gigantic saurian beasts and reducing mankind back to its original hunter-gatherer state. It also has a […]

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You May Have To Wait A Long Time For The Next True Metroid Game

by Peter Paltridgeon June 17, 2015
Nintendo did a weird thing to keep the Metroid brand alive this year. This E3 they announced Metroid Prime Federation Force, a mutliplayer co-op game on the 3DS starring four faceless Federation soldiers. It’s the first game under the Metroid brand to not have Samus in it. You might think this is just a placeholder […]
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Here's Why Square Decided To Remake Final Fantasy 7

by Peter Paltridgeon June 17, 2015
The creative team at Square-Enix behind Final Fantasy 7, or what’s left of that team by now, has repeatedly denied requests to remake the game with better graphics than 1997 could offer, and thereby introduce a new generation of gamers to one of the series’ best cast of characters. They’ve claimed it would be too […]