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Review of Minecraft: Xbox360 Edition

Presentation: The presentation of this version of Minecraft is amazing, even though its the same look as the PC version, you can tell that the HD-quality of the game, makes the Minecraft experience better. Even though the Xbox edition of the game is out-dated, by about six months, you still get all of the core, most important parts of the game. There still is no objective or no way to beat the game, but you are still able to use your...

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Next-Generation Consoles Cost $99?

So, do you think this $99 console is a good thing? Well, possibly. You just also need a credit card and the ability to pay extra for the console over a two year period. The question with this technique, is that, will people like the idea of paying for a cheap console, and then, paying monthly for the rest of the cost of the console? Do you think that the idea that is brought with cell phones, should also be added with consoles? Microsoft is...

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‘Game’ Over, Literally

‘Game’ Over, Literally

The gaming industry “Game” has shut down 277 stores, and cutting down by 2,100 workers. Games remaining 333 shops, employing 2,814 people – including Gamestation – will continue trading while administrators PwC try and find a buyer. Across Wales, the Game stores, it is understood that the Llandudno store is closing, Rhyl remains open and Bangor are closing, but Wrexham has shut down. Everything will be going to Gamestation...

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UEFA Euro 2012 Announced

UEFA Euro 2012 Announced

EA Sports has announced that they will be offering a major DLC for FIFA 2012. The DLC pack gives you the opportunity to compete for the EURO 2012 title, and you will be able to use all fifty-three UEFA national teams, and also, you can use eight arenas. This add-on will be available to play locally or online.  It will also feature a new “Expedition Mode” in which you can start as your favorite soccer player, or FIFA 12...

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Sony 2011 E3 Press Conference Recap

Sony 2011 E3 Press Conference Recap

After Microsoft’s E3 press conference which focused only on software, it was time for Sony to take the stage to show off its PS3 lineup and its PSP sequel, the Next Generation Portable or as its now known, the PS Vita. Sony started off the press conference with a long video which highlighted the Playstation 3, Playstation Move and the PSP. This was played in 3D as was most if not all of the trailers that were shown. Jack Tretton took the...

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