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March 24, 2017

ACA NEOGEO The King of Fighters ’94 Review

As you can probably tell from the title, this game was released back in 1994 for the ever popular Neo Geo home console, and was an amalgamation of two of SNK’s popular fighting games - Fatal Fury and Art of Fighting. It took characters from these two games, mixed them with a few characters from Ikari Warriors and Psycho Soldier, along with some original characters, and created a three on three tag team style game out of it. Initially their idea was to draw fans of each franchise and get them to play KOF, and in that sense at least it was a success, so much so that SNK was able to go on to release games almost yearly right up to KOF 15 in August 2016. So the big question is this: does [...]
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March 24, 2017

Wired Productions to attend EGX Rezzed with two new games

If you happen to be attending EGX Rezzed on the 30th March to the 1st April, at Tobacco Dock in London, you might want to search out Wired Productions' new goodies they have on display. They have two brand new games on offer, which are releasing in the spring on Xbox One and PlayStation 4, but you lucky people will get the chance to have some hands on time with them. You will also get the chance to chat to the artists and developers behind the games.
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March 24, 2017

ACA NEOGEO Sengoku Review

Nostalgia eh? It’s a funny old thing and make no mistake, it seems that at the moment there is a real fad happening for re-releasing old games on modern generation consoles. By and large this is a good thing. As I referred to in my Metal Slug review, I never had a Neo Geo as a kid, and consequently have never played any of these game that are hitting the store. This time, it is the turn of Sengoku to get the treatment, a game which first released way back in 1991, when this reviewer was a fresh faced 18 year old with the world at his feet. So, 26 years on, has time been kind to Sengoku, or should it have stayed a memory?
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March 24, 2017

Hawken Proct Early Access Bundle available for download now

Whether you’re fully invested into the free-to-play mech-fest shooter that is Hawken, or you’re casually learning the ropes as you ease in every now and again, one thing everyone who’s taken part can agree on is just how much of a difference each mech can make on the battle, and today sees an upcoming mech ready to use early for those willing to spend the cash.
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March 24, 2017

Has-Been Heroes delayed in Europe, Australia and New Zealand

The release of Has-Been Heroes is just around the corner, but unless you’re in the US, or prefer to play on Steam, then that release has just been pushed back.
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March 24, 2017

Save money with the Artifex Mundi Fantasy Bundle

The point-and-click Hidden Object genre has grown a lot on the Xbox One in recent times, and now you can get decent value on an Artifex Mundi two game bundle. Let’s investigate.
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