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A BETA of ToeJam & Earl 3 for Dreamcast has been released (not by SEGA)

26 Dec

toejam & earl 3 dreamcastYou’re probably wondering what’s wrong with the title of this article. Yes, we know that we’re talking about a 10 years old game, also quite an awful game to be honest. But the interesting fact is that ToeJam & Earl 3 has never been released for the console it was planned for, the Dreamcast, getting just a minor release on the original Xbox.

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SEGA announces Initial D Perfect Shift Online as first free-to-play game on 3DS

15 Dec

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We’re kinda fond of anime and manga, and sure a new Initial D game is something that doesn’t slip off our radar. With our great pleasure (and curiosity) SEGA has announced a brand new game based on Initial D series for the Nintendo 3DS, called Initial D Perfect Shift Online.

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First ever Valve’s Steam Machine gets unboxed

14 Dec

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We already discussed briefly with you about the upcoming Valve’s Steam Machine, and finally the wait is over. In fact, yesterday was the d-day for the shipping of the very first 300 Steam Machines to the lucky people accepted into the beta program.

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Wonderful 101 looks fantastic!

27 Jul

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Today we’ve been to London’s Hyper Japan Summer 2013 (even if with all the rain we took it didn’t look like summer, but hey…finally some chilly temperatures!) and finally we managed to get our greedy hands on one of our most hyped Wii U games of this year, also because, along with Pikmin 3, it is the only remarkable release set for 2013 on the Nintendo’s home console.

We are abviously talking about Wonderful 101, the next big game from Platinum Games, exclusive for Wii U, directed by Hideki “bad boy” Kamiya and produced by Atsushi Inaba.

Unfortunately, like all third-party-Nintendo-console-exclusive, the game isn’t getting the right attention from the media (or from Nintendo, you decide), and that’s a real shame, because we all know how good Platinum games are (ehm…Bayonetta…ehm…Metal Gear Rising), and this is no exception.

We played the only level available at the event, but immediately it seamed pure gold. From the graphics to the gameplay, from the character design to the use of Wii U gamepad touchscreen, everything felt super right. Sure, we didn’t play enough to write a proper preview, that’s why we’re talking about feeling…but hey…we play since we’re born and sometimes we still get it right.

Want a hint? Buy it! Also because it will probably the only good thing to play on Wii U till 2014.

Worms comes to Facebook

4 Feb

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Yup, you read that right! That gaming classic Worms from Team17 is now available to play on Facebook! After a closed beta period (that allowed the developers to fine tune the app) your favourite worm-warriors turn-based strategy game it’s open to all, and, even better, free (for now…just wait for some “extra contents”).

Here’s the developer description to the app (or whatever you call a Facebook game):

“Worms! The original turn-based strategy title from Team17 comes to Facebook, and this time those mischievous wormius-fistycuffius mean war!

 Take on your friends in battle or challenge a random opponent from around the globe, utilising a selection of classic Worms weaponry: from the famed Bazooka to the devastating Banana Bomb!

 Customise your worms and even your own island. Take part in tasks and Weekly Challenges. Fight your way to the top of your leaderboard, collect all the achievements and show your friends who’s really boss!”

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Was Facebook distracting you from work, or from your relationships? Well, now you’re hopeless! PLAY IT HERE.