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  • Feature: Spider-Man 2 – Does It Still Hold Up Today?

    Posted by on July 16, 2018 under News
    @JoeBlogs @Quintumply There can be several factors, the cable (being analogue and not Digital), the TV and how it handles analogue and how good its upscaling is and there is the tech differences between a CRT and LCD/OLED that will be different too as well. Also the fact that you are now looking at it from the perspective of seeing games that look absolutely amazing and going back to PS2 era wher... more.
  • Red Faction: Guerrilla Re-Mars-tered

    Posted by on July 16, 2018 under News
    Published by THQ – arguably the king of B-games that was thankfully scooped up by Nordic Games after its bankruptcy, becoming THQ Nordic – and developed by creators Volition, Guerrilla captured the hearts of many with its fantastic destruction engine and light-hearted tone, telling the tale of miner-turned-revolutionary Alec Mason’s rebellion against the despotic Earth Defence F... more.
  • Review: Hotel Transylvania 3: Monsters Overboard – Pikmin Lite – Gaming Boulevard

    Posted by on July 16, 2018 under News
    Gaming Boulevard: In conclusion, this game gets a thumbs up for effort. Bringing the Pikmin gameplay to a franchise game, it is a bold move. It didn't fully succeed, but it does get points for trying. I just missed that real nostalgic feeling of moving Olimar around. Mavis or Drac are just not "it". GameGuidedog Partners Review: Hotel Transylvania 3: Monsters Overboard - Pikmin Lite - G... more.
  • Four years after it was announced, Crackdown 3 is in a tough spot

    Posted by on July 16, 2018 under News
    From Eurogamer: "When Dave Jones, one of the chief creators of Lemmings, Grand Theft Auto and the first Crackdown game, took to the stage during Microsoft's 2015 Gamescom media briefing to present pre-alpha in-game footage of Crackdown 3, gamers were promised a competitive multiplayer open-world experience with "100 per cent destructible environments". By connecting to the Microsof... more.
  • Germany Bans Pre-Orders for Games that Don’t Have a Set Release Date

    Posted by on July 16, 2018 under News
    you'd be surprised how many people pre-order everything a publisher throws at them months, if not years, in advance just to be "safe" when the stuff releases because they're paranoid about availability GameGuidedog Partners Germany Bans Pre-Orders for Games that Don't Have a Set Release Date... more.
  • Guide: Which Yakuza Games to Play and a Yakuza Series Beginners Guide

    Posted by on July 16, 2018 under News
    SEGA's Yakuza series has been around since the days of the PlayStation 2, but only over the last year or so has it really began to seep into the consciousness of a wider Western audience. This is largely thanks to 2017's , which sparked a whole new wave of interest on PlayStation 4. It helped, of course, that Yakuza 0 ended up being one of the very best games in the franchise to date. GameGuidedo... more.
  • Fox N Forests Review – WorthPlaying

    Posted by on July 16, 2018 under News
    Fox N Forests is a 2D action retro platformer that combines retro charm with modern game design while offering glorious 16-Bit graphics and a chiptune soundtrack. GameGuidedog Partners Fox N Forests Review - WorthPlaying... more.
  • 5 Reasons Why We Love RPGs

    Posted by on July 16, 2018 under News
    Role-playing games (otherwise known as RPGs) have been around since the early days of video games. From classic turn-based games like Chrono Trigger and Secret of Mana to modern action-based games. GameGuidedog Partners 5 Reasons Why We Love RPGs... more.
  • Review – Masters of Anima (Xbox One) | WayTooManyGames

    Posted by on July 16, 2018 under News
    WTMG's Kyle Nicol: "Masters of Anima is a decent game that doesn’t get close to fulfilling its potential, as the dull story and repetitive fights bring down an otherwise good title." GameGuidedog Partners Review - Masters of Anima (Xbox One) | WayTooManyGames... more.
  • The lewd 2D hack and slash anime-like action/RPG “Dead or School” is out now via Steam early access

    Posted by on July 16, 2018 under News
    "I just found out that Studio Nanafushi's lewd 2D Hack’n’Slash anime-like action/RPG game "Dead or School" has landed on Steam via the Early Access program." - Robin Ek, TGG. GameGuidedog Partners The lewd 2D hack and slash anime-like action/RPG “Dead or School” is out now via Steam early access... more.
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