Part two of a four-part feature looks at Nintendo's absolute dominance of the handheld market, as their grip on the home console market begins to slip. Read the full article at GodisaGeek.com.
Ghostlight have just announced a pair of forthcoming crackers for Nintendo handhelds
The device that is supposed to be the 'iPod for Retro Gaming', the GameGadget, is now available for pre-order. Check out the full post over at GodisaGeek.com.
If (like me) you are partial to delving into the world of retro gaming, then Blaze might have the handheld for you with their innovative retro handheld – GameGadget. Released on March 31st, this handheld could change the way we legally play retro games (without atrocious touch-screen controls).
Recently I had the pleasure of having some extended hands-on time with the PlayStation Vita, courtesy of an exclusive Sony event in London. I was greeted upon arrival with food, drink and tons of Vita units, with most of the games scheduled for the European launch in February.
Petrolheads who like to race on the go, will no doubt be delighted by the news that Codemasters will be releasing their PlayStation Vita version of F1 2011 as a launch title, when the tiny technical powerhouse is released on 22nd February, 2012.
Game: Duke Nukem 3D (1996) Developer: 3D Realms (Apogee software) Publisher: GT Interactive Software Originally Released on: Windows PC Currently Available on: Windows PC, Xbox 360, iOS. With an infamous fifteen-year development time behind it, Duke Nukem Forever is perhaps the most anticipated game of all time. Now it has finally gone gold, so the […]
Game: Nuke Nukem 3D (1996) Developer: 3D Realms (Apogee software) Publisher: GT Interactive Software Originally Released on: Windows PC Currently Available on: Windows PC, Xbox 360, iOS. With the impending release of Duke Nukem Forever, perhaps the most anticipated game of all time – with its infamous near-on fifteen years of development time behind it – […]
The much-aniticipated free update for the Nintendo 3DS will be arriving in Europe on June 7th, according to an official statement from Nintendo. The update, which can be downloaded for free using a broadband Internet connection, will give Nintendo 3DS users access to the Nintendo eShop. From here, users can browse and purchase downloadable content.