Monthly Archives: April 2013

PC Gamer UK Podcast: Episode 89 – To Go Into The West, And Remain John Riccitiello

Graham, Chris and Marsh discuss Starseed Pilgrim, Monaco, and the impact of Dota 2 on our collective humanity. Plus the hot questions of the day: can you make a shooter without combat? What does Marsh dance to in the morning? … Read the rest of this entry

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LeapFrog’s LeapReader pen teaches reading and writing, on sale in July for $50

With its latest device, LeapFrog’s continuing to fight the good fight: teaching kids essential skills through the power of consumer electronics. LeapReader’s a sort of spiritual successor to the company’s Tag line, maintaining the reading tool’s pen-like form factor, while … Read the rest of this entry

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Ex-Ubisoft level design director joins Molyneux’s studio 22 Cans

So just where has the illustrious Peter Molyneux’s pet project, Godus, been lately? Well, there was a lot of talk about Mud Huts in their last update for backers, but for the most part, the usually hyper-talkative Molyneux has been uncharacteristically … Read the rest of this entry

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Call of Duty: Ghosts website teaser goes live; looks ghostly

While Call of Duty: Ghosts has been rumored for months now (culminating in Tesco’s mistakenly published item description), we still don’t know much about the game. Activision is tipped to reveal the game on May 1, but until then we’ll … Read the rest of this entry

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The iTunes influence, part one: How Apple changed the face of the music marketplace

“iTunes is a stepping stone along the way.” — Jim Griffin, OneHouse LLC On April 28th, the iTunes Store basked in a milestone 10th birthday. Two years before its 2003 launch (as the iTunes Music Store), Apple introduced the iTunes … Read the rest of this entry

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Black Ops 2: Uprising DLC erupts on PC next month

Maybe I’m too much of a pacifist to understand but, even in the most urgent combat situation, I think I’d abandon my post pretty quickly if a goddamn volcano erupted in the combat zone. It’s fortunate for fans of fast-paced … Read the rest of this entry

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Minecraft creator Notch unveils ‘Drop’, a psychedelic type ‘em up

Despite pulling out of the 2013 Ludum Dare competition, Notch delivered a new game at the weekend in the form of ‘Drop‘ – a free-to-play browser game inspired by Super Hexagon, Fez and part of the ceiling in his apartment. … Read the rest of this entry

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How would you change Sony’s VAIO T13?

Sony’s VAIO T13 was a sub-$ 1000 Ultrabook with an eye on the education market. While we were impressed by the results, its low price meant that compromises had to be made — especially in the keyboard department. In fact, … Read the rest of this entry

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Resident Evil Revelations bigs up horror aspect in latest trailer

Resident Evil Revelations is probably the most satisfying RE of recent years (on the 3DS at least – I’ve not played this Revmake), and that isn’t so much a compliment as a reminder of how confused the series has become … Read the rest of this entry

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Divinity: Dragon Commander hands-on: war and governance in a world of dragons in jetpacks

That’s me, the dragon in the jetpack. It’s tough being a king who’s also supreme commander of a steampunk army and also fights in all his battles and can also turn into a dragon with a jetpack and also has … Read the rest of this entry

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