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Ten Things You Need To Know From San Diego Comic Con

July 28, 2014 | by Joe Martin

While most of the year’s big gaming-related announcements came during E3, there were still plenty of insights into upcoming titles to be gleamed from San Diego Comic Con 2014, including updates on Mass Effect, Sonic Boom and Firefly Online. Here are the ten most interesting ones we’ve heard so far…

Nintendo Pocket Football Club review

Nintendo Pocket Football Club Review

July 17, 2014 | by Adam Vjestica

No one gave Akiba Aces a chance. And honestly, who in their right mind would? After all, this was a team of hapless no hopers; a rag tag bunch of below average players, struggling to stay relevant in the fast-moving world of professional football. Fan support was dwindling, the dried-out pitch was barely fit for purpose, and the notion of top division football was an unobtainable, almost cruel dream…

Tomodachi Life review

Tomodachi Life Review

July 7, 2014 | by Rhys Wood

It’s 4:45 pm on the island. A rap battle is taking place between Eiji Aonuma and Ganondorf. Elsewhere, Awesome Games Editor-in-Chief Adam Vjestica is farting alone in his apartment. Welcome to Tomodachi Life, one of the best non-games I have ever played…

Mario Golf: World Tour review

Mario Golf: World Tour Review

May 20, 2014 | by Rhys Wood

It’s been ten years since the last Mario Golf title, Advance Tour, graced our GBAs with its charming role-playing presence, so it’s high time we were due another entry in the beloved Mario sports series. Thankfully, Camelot have stepped up to the tee once again with Mario Golf: World Tour on the 3DS…

LEGO The Hobbit Review

LEGO The Hobbit Review

April 29, 2014 | by Adam Vjestica

Everything looks better as LEGO. Seeing your favourite fictional characters or real-world items transformed into the iconic blocks and pieces most of us grew up with is a real joy to behold. Hell, I’d go as far to say that a LEGO Lindsay Lohan would be more appealing than her real-life counterpart…