Games review roundup: FIFA 11; Formula 1 2010; Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock; Tumble; UFC Undisputed: 2010
A weekly review roundup of the newest games available, this week featuring the beautiful game in FIFA 11; Grand Prix racing from Formula 1 2010; interactive rock ‘n’ roll from Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock; a spot of tower building courtesy of Tumble and ultimate fighting in UFC Undisputed: 2010.
We speak to Sonic Team’s Takashi Iizuka, lead producer of the upcoming Nintendo console exclusive, Sonic Colours. Sonic on a Nintendo console? It’s common practice these days but back in the 80s, did you ever think you’d see the day?
Does anyone really need 3D TV? Sky’s hoping so, and this week launches a dedicated 3D TV channel. Here’s everything you need to know.
You can only watch 3D if you have a 3D-enabled TV so if you bought a new flatscreen recently, you won’t feel like upgrading just yet. But if a telly is on [...]
Nintendo of Japan have had a busy 24-hours, not only announcing that the new 3DS console will release in early 2011, but also releasing a video showing off some of the more unpublicised features of the console.
With the launch of Sony’s Move motion control peripheral over, it falls to Microsoft to hit the hype trail ahead of the launch of their motion control accessory, Kinect, on 10 November.
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Games news in brief: California dreaming of less violent games; Guitar Hero is ready to rock; Planet Michael and The Bible Online
A weekly look at the videogames stories making the headlines; this week featuring: a clamp down on violent games in California; the launch of Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock; Planet Michael Jackson and The Bible Online.
Games review roundup: Sid Meier’s Civilization V; Dead Rising 2; Last Window: The Secret of Cape West; Top Gun
A weekly review roundup of the newest games available, this week featuring global domination courtesy of Sid Meier’s Civilization V; the undead becoming just plain dead in Dead Rising 2; detective noir from Last Window: The Secret of Cape West and a return to the antics of Maverick and Goose in Top Gun.
Twenty-one years ago banks were completely in control of the way that they interfaced with their consumers. Power was centralised around big institutions in business, the media and politics, and banks were no exception to this. They opened between 9:30 and 3:30 and closed at weekends. If you wanted to interact with your bank, you [...]
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