Posts Tagged ‘Games’

Just In Case There Were Any Doubts, Konami Just Ceased All AAA Game Development

by Peter Paltridgeon September 18, 2015
A new report from Eurogamer is confirming what everyone has been anticipating: Konami, once one of the greatest video game studios on the planet (and still could be if they tried), is officially throwing in the towel on AAA game development, reverting their business to its original purpose: Japanese pachinko machines. As one of the […]

Tatsumi Kimishima To Succeed Iwata As Nintendo’s New President

by Peter Paltridgeon September 14, 2015
The search is over. After a couple months of speculation, Nintendo HQ in Japan has announced its next president, replacing the tragically departed Satoru Iwata: Tatsumi Kimishima. The news was broken by Bloomberg News late last night. Who’s Kimishima? He was head of Nintendo of America from 2002 to 2006, overseeing the successful launch of […]


Pikmin 4 Confirmed And “Very Close To Completion”

by Peter Paltridgeon September 7, 2015
That was fast. Shigeru Miyamoto, game designer of legend and creator of Pikmin (and over half of Nintendo’s cast of characters as a whole) spoke to the website Eurogamer last July. “It’s actually very close to completion,” he said. “Pikmin teams are always working on the next one.” This news item was embargoed by the […]
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Boomerang UK Launch ‘Pet Photo Booth’ App And Give Viewer’s Pets A Chance To Be Famous

by Grant Whiteon August 31, 2015
Boomerang UK are looking for pet superstars with the launch of their new Pet Photo Booth app. The app enables users to take photos of their family pets and then customise the images with stickers and graphics based on the channel’s existing animal stars including Bugs Bunny, Garfield and Scooby-Doo. For those without pets at […]

Microsoft Xbox One Has Backward Compatibility Beginning In 2015

Microsoft Xbox One Has Backward Compatibility Beginning In 2015

by Alex Beanon June 16, 2015
Microsoft announced in a pre-Electronic Entertainment Expo event that they will be offering backward compatibility beginning later in 2015…
Grand Theft Pursuit App Debuts On Android And iOS

Grand Theft Pursuit App Debuts On Android And iOS

by Alex Beanon June 12, 2015
“Grand Theft Pursuit” is not exactly in the same league as the big boy franchises of Gran Turismo or Forza Motorsports, but it is a free mobile game and free is a very good price. “Grand Theft Pursuit” is now available on Android and iOS formats…

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Cartoon Network UK Mixes It Up With ‘Mixels Rush’ App Game

by Grant Whiteon May 21, 2015
Cartoon Network UK have announced the launch of new game ‘Mixels Rush’. A joint development between Cartoon Network and the LEGO Group, Mixels focuses on various tribes of crazy creatures who can use their special ability to combine together into powerful new forms. The game, available on iOS, Android and Amazon devices, sees players guide […]

Sega Moving Older Mobile Games

by Alex Beanon May 12, 2015
Sega is moving some of its older mobile games out of the app store but has not yet revealed which games will be on the business end of the axe. Sega did, however, in a press release, hint at which games those might be by saying that certain games did not meet today’s higher technological […]


PR: Nickelodeon UK Debuts New Online Game ‘SpongeBob QuestPants’

by Grant Whiteon January 12, 2015
SpongeBob QuestPants launches exclusively in the UK today. Now available to play on – London, Monday 12th January 2015 – Nickelodeon UK today unveils the new online adventure game series, SpongeBob QuestPants.  The first episode in the series, The Legend of Dead Eye Gulch, is now available to play on Compatible with desktop, […]

PR: MCM Enjoys Record-Breaking 2014 — UK & EU Expansion on 2015 Agenda

by Grant Whiteon December 3, 2014
MCM Enjoys Record-Breaking 2014 — UK & EU Expansion on 2015 Agenda Three brand new shows, record-breaking attendance figures and a first foray into mainland Europe; 2014 has proved to be a milestone year for MCM Expo Group; unquestionably the most successful to date. Overall, 401,000 visitors came to MCM events throughout 2014, compared to […]