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Go On, You Know You Want One

Regardless of the Wii’s limits in terms of providing a regular supply of decent RPG software, it’s only fair to recognise that Zelda: Twilight Princess was a lot of fun to play. Consequently, the pre-order period for Zelda: Skyward Sword looks like an occasion for splashing-out.

The final game won’t be […]

Sims Medieval: Pirates and Nobles

After a lengthy period without the release of any videogame RPGs worthy of mention it was probably to be expected that a whole bunch would arrive all at once.

Unsurprisingly, the Sims Medieval: Pirates and Nobles is an add-on pack for the entertaining, but somehow incomplete or unfulfilled, […]

RPGs Were Always Going To Beat Brain Training

The BBC report on further evidence that Brain Training software is of very limited value is here. This may sound like bad news for encouraging the use of games in homes, schools and libraries. It is to some extent, because the headlines may be remembered and held up as evidence against any use […]

PS3 Move Technology: Time to put the Wii in the cupboard?

The Move system is Sony’s new handheld motion-sensing device for the Playstation 3. It will be autumn 2010 before either the Move or any Move-ready games are available but Sony have set out their plans for the PS3 well in advance of the 2010 E3 show.

The Move’s controller is already […]

Videogames: 2010 Page Posted

Just added a feature length post on this year’s videogame releases here. We don’t doubt that you’ve read a few of these in the last couple of months. However, our suggestions are more to do with finding novelty and good gameplay than simply reporting on the titles with the highest budgets.