March 2013

All posts from March 2013


Real Video Game Easter Eggs

This weekend is the easter weekend…

So make it a reak video game easter, why not surprise your friends with some gaming eggs?!

If you’ve got the skills maybe you could create some real video game easter eggs like those we show you below…

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Metal Gear Solid 5: The mystery is cleared!

Hideo Kojima, creator of the Metal Gear series, announced at GDC 2013, that snake is back again. The episode begins badly for our hero as he suddenly awakes from a nine year coma.

Despite the links between “Phantom Pain” and “Ground Zero”, this morning Konami confirmed they are in fact two different games and not one as what was said yesterday!

Phantom Pain is the fifth installment of the saga, and as for Metal Gear Solid: Ground Zero – all we know is that it will take place before Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots. The most surprising thing about  Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain is perhaps the appearance of the PS3 and Xbox 360 logos at the end of the video, which suggests that the FOX Engine might be able to offer impressive graphics rendering on current generation consoles.


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Battlefield 4 New Gameplay, Blows Away Call Of Duty




The successor of Battlefield 3 proves that DICE improves its creations undoubtedly and we can expect a game as awesome as its predecessor. Call of Duty, with its community is running out of steam, should be afraid…



Among the new features include animations more realistic than ever before, the ability to drive non-military vehicles or even give orders to your teammates. DICE use their new Frostbite 3 engine in this game, and we must admit that the result is very impressive.

We leave you here to enjoy the images! Battlefield 4 is currently set for release on PC, PS3 and Xbox 360 for this autumn, we expect it to be announced for the next-gen consoles shortly…

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RetroN-5: play classic games from nine systems


After RetroN-3, which already plays games from 3 consoles (NES, Super Nintendo and Sega Genesis), Hyperkin now present the RetroN-5, which works on the same principle, but can play games from an incredible nine systems!

It reads the original cartridges and it also supports original controllers, if you still have them! It can read cartridges from NES, Famicom (NES in Japan), Super Nintendo and Super Famicon, the Genesis, the Genesis (Megadrive U.S.), the Game Boy, Game Boy Color and Game Boy Advance.

These games can also be rediscovered on our big screens up to 720p through an HDMI port (with blur being erased) whilst an SD card will quietly save your progress.The manufacturer of the console promises that its price will not exceed $ 100. It will be accompanied by two bluetooth controllers, at no extra charge.

The launch date is not known, but they say it could be available after June!

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Launch of the PS4: Infamous Second Son Unfolds


One of the games announced during the PS4 launch conference is again in news.  In fact, an approximate date for “InFAMOUS Second Son” seems to be taking shape. Certain programmers from “InFAMOUS Second Son” (via their online Linkedin CV) have mentioned that the title will appear on the PS4 launch at the end of 2013. Very good news for fans of action games, as the previous parts of the series were excellent games.


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Duck Tales The Game – Remastered!

If you watched the cartoon or better still played the game ‘Duck Tales’ then you will be happy to know it is being remastered and scheduled for release in the summer.

The video is awesome, just for the karaoke style theme tune…. who would have known that all those years I had been singing the wrong words! Check it out below:

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