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You can play as Predator and Jason Vorhees in Mortal Kombat X, things just got a whole lot more savage

You can play as Predator and Jason Vorhees in Mortal Kombat X, things just got a whole lot more savage

By 20 March 2015

Rumours emerged in February that the forthcoming new Mortal Kombat game for Xbox One, PS4, PS3, Xbox 360 and PC would feature downloadable content with extra characters from movies. And now they seem to have been corroborated by the official Xbox store.... >>

Mario Party 10 review: For the kids, but not party of the year
3.5 out of 5

Mario Party 10 review: For the kids, but not party of the year

By 20 March 2015

Nintendo indisputably makes some of the world's favourite games franchises, but Mario Party has never really caught the public imagination in the manner of, say, the Mario or Zelda games. Is Mario Party 10 the title to do it? Admittedly, the Mario Party... >>

Resident Evil Revelations 2 review: All episodes complete, finally Resi's anticipated return to form?
4 out of 5

Resident Evil Revelations 2 review: All episodes complete, finally Resi's anticipated return to form?

By 20 March 2015

Embracing the 21st century is perhaps the last attribute one would associate with the revered Resident Evil franchise, whose most recent instalments have looked distinctly antediluvian. Yet Revelations 2 – the second iteration of a non-core franchise... >>

Battlefield Hardline review: Taking the Fifth
4 out of 5

Battlefield Hardline review: Taking the Fifth

By 20 March 2015

Battlefield: Hardline means franchise-reboot business for Electronic Arts' multiplayer first-person shooter. But a rethink was needed after 2013's Battlefield 4: which, although it had moments of brilliant fun with destructible building mechanics and... >>

Move over Wally, The Beano's Where's Dennis is far more fun

Move over Wally, The Beano's Where's Dennis is far more fun

By 18 March 2015

The Beano has continued its digital plans for a sustained future for the comic with a new iPad game that owes much to Where's Wally and its US equivalent Where's Waldo? Where's Dennis (and Gnasher!): The Beano Search-and-Find is a completely free download... >>

What Nintendo smartphone games do we want?

What Nintendo smartphone games do we want?

By 17 March 2015

Nintendo has announced a partnership with DeNA that will see the companies using existing Nintendo characters in new games on smartphones and tablets. Nintendo hasn't made any statements about specifics, so there's been no confirmation of what we will... >>

PlayStation Now comes to the UK: What is it, and how can you get it?

PlayStation Now comes to the UK: What is it, and how can you get it?

By 17 March 2015

Officially detailed around a year ago, PlayStation Now has been available in the US and Canada under an Open Beta scheme for all owners of PlayStation consoles and some Sony TVs (Samsung sets joining the fun too). And now it's finally coming to the UK... >>

'Nintendo NX' console in the works for 2017, Wii U not final hardware venture

'Nintendo NX' console in the works for 2017, Wii U not final hardware venture

By 17 March 2015

Tuesday 17 March may as well be called Nintendo day. In addition to unveiling official plans to bring Nintendo characters to mobile phones and tablets in the future, the Japanese company has also confirmed the Wii U won't be its last hardware venture:... >>

Mario coming to phones and tablets, as Nintendo officially focuses on apps

Mario coming to phones and tablets, as Nintendo officially focuses on apps

By 17 March 2015

Not the owner of a Nintendo Wii U or 3DS? Well it could still be 1-Up for you, as Nintendo announces a partnership with Japanese publisher DeNA to bring its famous characters to mobile platforms. That could mean Mario for Android, Zelda for iPhone, or... >>

Play Space Invaders and raise money for charity? Job's a good'un

Play Space Invaders and raise money for charity? Job's a good'un

By 16 March 2015

Will there ever be a better way of making money for charity than this? Classic arcade machines have been turned into charity boxes that accept all types of currency and are currently making money for a good cause in Swedish airports. Swedavia Swedish... >>