Archives July 2016 - GaminGuys

Watch: The secret levels that would be DLC these days

Greetings, Eurogamers, and thanks for joining us for this hand-picked selection of the videos from Outside Xbox, where this week we've been thinking about secret bonus levels. Remember the secret Cloud City level in Jedi Knight: Mysteries of the Sith, ... »

Pokémon Go update removes broken nearby footprints feature

Pokémon Go has received its first major patch. Two features known to be not working or causing issues have been binned, another safety warning has been added, but the app now seems faster and more stable overall as a result.The app's broken footprint feature, designed to narrow down nearby Pokémon by the number of paw prints displayed next to their names, has been removed. Developer ... »

In Theory: Could NX bring Wii and GameCube games to Virtual Console?

News of Nintendo's NX has taken the spotlight this week, with sources pointing to a mobile device that interfaces with a game dock for your HDTV. Inside, the NX is based on Nvidia's Tegra mobile technology. It's a big departure from the IBM PowerPC arc... »

Marvel Ultimate Alliance: the last great licensed video game?

Editor's note: To mark the occasion of Marvel Ultimate Alliance's re-release, we tempted Dan Whitehead back from semi-retirement to explore what made the original so special. It's worth noting that the PC port has some issues, and Digital Foundry will ... »

Perfect Dark Re-visit

Perfect Dark Re-visit

Perfect Dark Re-visit Perfect Dark – A retro game that made it into the modern age from the days of Nintendo 64 and made it all the way to Xbox One. How does it hold up in 2016? Well let’s take a look with the Perfect Dark Re-visit. Vital Stats:  Perfect Dark was a game developed by Rare software in their hay-day in the 2000’s. It was released on the 22nd of May 2000 for US markets and... »

PS Vita hacked: full system access enabled for homebrew

Ever since its 2011 launch, PlayStation Vita's security has remained relatively intact. We've seen a bunch of PSP emulator exploits, and around a year ago, a native Vita exploit was released for an older firmware that required the unit tethered to a PC... »

Jelly Deals roundup: A Link Between Worlds, Uncharted 4, Street Fighter 5 and more

A note from the editor: Jelly Deals is a new deals site launched by our parent company, Gamer Network, with a mission to find the best bargains out there. (It also has the best name.) We've invited the Jelly Deals team to share a weekly roundup of... »

Watch: Six game worlds we’d really rather not visit, thank you

The weather in the UK has been rather lovely recently, hasn't it? All this sunshine might have been a little too much for us last week, but it didn't stop us day-dreaming about packing up all our video games and jetting off on holiday somewhere.However... »

Keith Stuart on the irresistible rise of augmented reality

Within two decades, possibly sooner, our notion of what constitutes reality is going to completely collapse in on itself like a supermarket own-brand tent at a rainy music festival. Hello, welcome to another article about Pokémon Go. Bear with me.Until about 15 years ago you could be fairly certain that almost everyone else you met on the street would be having a broadly similar experience... »

The Uncharted movie has a new screenwriter

The Uncharted movie now has a new screenwriter, so we know it's still in development - even if it's sounding unlikely that it will hit its previously reported June 2017 release.As reported by Variety, Joe Carnahan is now in charge of penning Nathan Dra... »

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