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[Retro] Retrospective: Rollcage

If there was one UK-based studio whose name was synonymous with quality during the life of the original PlayStation, it is Psygnosis. Working primarily as a publisher on 16 bit platforms like the Amiga, they helped Reflections Interactive and DMA design get their first big breaks, with the Shadow of the Beast and Lemmings series […]

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[Games] It’s Coming – Wii 2 Set for E3

So as I reported some time ago, the momentum behind rumours of a replacement for Nintendo’s Wii are starting to gain traction. Several reports have emerged in the last few days quoting “insiders” as saying the new machine will be unveiled at E3 this June. The timing certainly makes sense. The Wii has been on […]

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[Retro] The Beautiful Games: Actua Soccer

The Beautiful Games is a new series offering a retrospective on the seminal titles in the history of videogaming football. Each article looks at a series or title that advanced the art of computer or console soccer simulation, in this case Actua Soccer, which was released on the PC, PlayStation. Mac and Saturn. When we […]

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