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Rick wades through the wreckage of another post-apocalypse.
Partner cards, RTX 3090, and RTX 3070 stil to come.
Well, that pretty much sums it up. Some details on a new Mario and general dismay at the lack of UK news inside.
Porn will decide the next-gen DVD format, according to analysts. The next-gen DVD battle will decide the console wars, they also suggest. So, puting two and two together...
Mario full screen action for less than fifty quid? Ahead of the launch of the new Zelda, the Gamecube is going to get a price drop to encourage casual gamers to pick it up.
Straight from the WTF department. No, we're not taking the piss - the Revolution officially has a new name. That's 'ii' like 'We', not 'ii' like 'Viiv'.
The President of Nintendo releases new details about the next-gen console, including clock speeds and game prices.
Bright colours, annoying characters, and tie-in TV shows and merchandise? Sounds like Microsoft is taking a leaf out of Nintendo's book with its latest franchise.
Reports are coming through that the purveyors of PlayStation have come unstuck. A judge has ruled that it is breaking the law by selling the PS2, which could make for some major upheavel.
Something a little different for a Tuesday morning? Why not take Nintendo's latest console, then dress it up as one of its oldest ones? A simple, if nifty mod.
The forthcoming Nintendo Revolution graphics chip from ATI is shaping up to be an interesting little workhorse
The Revolution, as with every other next-gen platform, will use displacement mapping. Nintendo have gone and patented some new hardware which optimises the technique.
IGN has been talking to developers about the new Nintendo console. They're cautiously optimistic, despite some underwhelming hardware.
The processor at the heart of the Nintendo Revolution is, according to sources, finished. Allegedly, it's dual core.
I'll have a Big Mac, large fries, an hour of WiFi and a pirate hat for my Nintendog, please.
The controller for the Nintendo Revolution has finally be unveiled, and it looks like a TV remote. More information and pics inside.
In a move dumbfounding many, Sony are suing Hong Kong specialist exporter Lik-Sang.com for selling PSP handhelds to countries like the UK, where the official launch has been delayed by six months.
According to a report on Gamespot, one of Microsoft's Game Studios suite software houses is likely to start developing titles for Nintendo's DS handheld console.
Vive la Revolution! Mario and Co enter the ring to contest for the next gen console crown.
September 18 2020 | 18:30
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