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Watch: Our favourite video game movies

Alicia Vikander has been cast as plucky archaeologist / gymnast / millionaire Lara Croft in the upcoming Tomb Raider cinematic reboot. This piece of news made me realise two things; first, that they were making a new Tomb Raider movie and second, that ... »

The GaminGuys April 2016 Podcast – Sinclair Talk Vega +

The GaminGuys April 2016 Podcast – Sinclair Talk Vega +

The GaminGuys April 2016 Podcast – Sinclair Talk Vega+ In this episode Dr Janko Mrsic-Flogel from Sinclair joins the cast to talk Vega+. We also touch based on some of his past endeavours, what else he is currently doing and what is to come next from the Sinclair team. We are also joined by our residents Ian Sanders, Sentic1 and Mikey P with another appearance from Danilo Moura (Loot Interac... »

Digital Foundry’s top ten picks for PlayStation Neo upgrades

Since the leak of the PlayStation Neo specs, we've been asking ourselves: just what does this mean for the games? Sony's handbook for developers mandates that all PS4 games developed from October 2016 onwards must have Neo support taking advantage of t... »

The Shared History of Tennis and PONG

In 1972, Atari co-founder Nolan Bushell hired an electrical engineer named Allan Alcorn to work for his fledgling video game company. Alcorn was experienced in computer science but had never been involved in video game development, so Bushell set him a... »

John Romero and Adrian Carmack pause Blackroom Kickstarter to create a gameplay demo

John Romero and Adrian Carmack have cancelled their Kickstarter for first-person shooter Blackroom in order to make a gameplay demo.The pair plan to resume the Kickstarter once the gameplay demo is complete.The gameplay demo will take more time than th... »

Chronos VR: a single-player game that makes you feel like you’re two people

When you set up an Oculus Rift, as I did this morning, with much misplugging of wires and bumping of head on underside of desk, you are greeted with a few vistas to acclimatise you to this brave new world of virtual reality that you are entering. And I... »

Next week, Destiny’s long-running melee issue gets a fix

Destiny will receive a fresh update next week with fixes for a variety of bugs, including the game's long-running melee issue.The problem? Punches sometimes fail to register damage, despite the fact you saw them land. It happened rarely, but was still ... »

Space Hulk: Deathwing actually looks really good

A lot of Warhammer 40K video games that have come out recently haven't been up to much. Space Hulk: Deathwing actually looks really good!Space Hulk: Deathwing is a first-person shooter based on the Space Hulk board game. It's made with Unreal Engine 4 ... »

Nioh on PS4: 1080p30 or 720p60 – you decide

More than ten years after its announcement, the PlayStation exclusive Nioh reemerges under the guiding hand of Team Ninja for release this year. On the surface, Nioh feels like a cross between Dark Souls and Ninja Gaiden 2004 and after playing through ... »

Supergirl spotted for Lego Dimensions

Lego Dimensions is nearing the end of its successful first year - just one small release of figures is left, next month - but we may already have a glimpse at what's coming next.Or rather, who is coming next: a Supergirl figurine for Lego Dimensions h... »

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