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Category Archives: Games
The King of Legoland from dunun on Vimeo. This short video is a great reminder of everything that was great about the 1980s. I must admit that I remember owning most of the toys towards the end of the clip, … Continue reading
As this week sees the release of the Star Wars trilogy on Blu-ray, I thought it fitting to share another Lucas spin-off. Unfortunately, this iteration of Tatooine is unlikely to see the light of day – commercially anyway. A team … Continue reading
For those of you with a penchant for running around in the mud playing soldiers, being wedged in the sofa playing virtual soldiers, both, or electronic music, check this out. It’s paintball, filmed COD style by Saman Keshavarz for Porter … Continue reading
Microsoft have decided to milk the old Lucas cash cow to push sales of their Xbox 360 Kinect. Perhaps as a result of their recent stint with Currys/PC World, this Xbox features a R2D2 paint job and a C-3PO controller. … Continue reading
Not only have the guys at Analogue Interactive created this classy iteration of the vintage Neo Geo games console, but they’ve also managed to include a component out so you can enjoy some classic arcade goodness without the blurry edges.
Rockstar, the studio behind such classics as GTA and Red Dead Redemption return this May to bring their shocking controversial open-world antics to the 1940s in the shape of L.A. Noire.