Shenmue 1 and 2 are coming to PC with updated graphics options

The PC version will also feature a new interface and controls, plus both English and Japanese voiceovers. In January, Shibuya Productions founder and president Cedric Biscay said that Shenmue 3 would be out this year, and promised “many other surprises” as well. Tonight, we got a couple of them: The first two Shenmue games, originally released in 1999 and 2001 for the […]

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TTgamer’s: Gaming Business Showcase ep1

TTGamers presents a mini-series showcasing the various gaming businesses in Trinidad and Tobago. In this episode we take you for a walk down memory lane with business owner Abdel Ali at GAME WORKS, an arcade and grill food hot spot in EL Socorro. Game Works also specializes in arcade machine sales, rentals as well as consultations. Have a gaming business […]

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Best-Selling Game for February: Legend of Zelda Majora’s Mask

The Nintendo 3DS remake beat out the Xbox One and PS4 game offerings according to the February NPD. [iframe src=”http://www.gamespot.com/videos/embed/6423249/” width=”750″ height=”450″ scrolling=”auto” ] The long-awaited remake of The Legend of Zelda classic, Majora’s Mask, was the best-selling game in the US for February. While February is typically a slow month for game releases, it’s still a surprise win for […]

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You’re Doing It Wrong – Blindfolded GoldenEye 007

In the first three episodes of Replay: Season 3, we’ve debuted a number of new segments, including a year-long competitive league called Versus. We also put a new twist on the classic segment You’re Doing It Wrong. Tim Turi thought it would be fun to watch someone try to play GoldenEye 007 blindfolded. I ended up being that victim. I […]

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10 Reasons You’re Wrong About Terminator Salvation

10. It Dared To Be Different On paper, it sounds like the summer’s most desperate cash-in: a sequel with no returning cast members, a heavily rewritten script credited to the duo behind Catwoman and a director whose biggest hit, a flashy revamp of a TV show, was nearly a decade ago. Then the opening credits roll, and it becomes clear […]

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‘Man of Steel’ Prequel Comic Answers Some Big Questions

DC Comics had debuted a prequel comic for the Man of Steel Movie, that was in theaters earlier this year in 2014, which focuses on Krpytonian society and its efforts to explore the galaxy and better itself as a species. It also offers some overt and thematic hints about some of  what we ultimately saw in Man of Steel. The comic itself is […]

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