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Aaron Richardson

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Aaron is a bass player, gamer, and tech blogger. He's the founder and editor of n3rdabl3.com and has a soft spot for his wife, puppies, kittens, and gadgets. Also likes apostrophes a little too much.

Team Sonic Racing Review

Despite being pretty dated, I still have a fondness for and have recently played Sonic & All-Stars Racing: Transformed. It's a game which has...
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This Year’s Call of Duty is Call of Duty: Modern Warfare

According to sources, this year's Call of Duty title is a reboot of sorts and is simply titled Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. Unsurprisingly the...

LEGO Legacy: Heroes Unboxed Announced for Mobile

The LEGO Company and Gameloft have this week announced a brand new LEGO title coming to mobile, LEGO Legacy: Heroes Unboxed. LEGO Legacy: Heroes Unboxed...
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Man of Medan Gets an August Release Date

Bandai Namco has announced that Supermassive Games' upcoming nautical horror title, Man of Medan, is set to launch on August 30. Part of The Dark...

The Division 2 Dark Hours Raid Won’t be Tweaked

Massive and Ubisoft have revealed that they won't be tweaking the difficulty on The Division 2's first eight-player raid, Operation Dark Hours. This weekend reports...

Live Action SpongeBob SquarePants Gets a First Look

Nickelodeon has released the first look at their upcoming live-action version of SpongeBob SquarePants, and it's as weird as you'd expect. With Disney taking the...

Playdate is an Adorable Handheld from Panic and Teenage Engineering

Playdate is a brand new handheld console with an adorable ethos and a hand crank which is used to interact with the consoles games. Panic,...
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A Plague Tale: Innocence Review

A Plague Tale: Innocence is one of those games that came out of nowhere but has completely blown me away. Having overlooked Asobo Studio's...
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OUYA’s Game Store is Closing

OUYA, the tiny Android console that never could, is closing its storefront later this year, ringing the final death toll for the controversial crowdfunder. Razer,...
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Ubisoft Revives The Mighty Quest for Epic Loot for Mobile

Ubisoft has today announced the revival of its old school looter, The Mighty Quest for Epic Loot which will be coming to mobile in...

Toy Story 4 Trailer Introduces us to Canada’s Greatest Stunt Man

Disney/Pixar has released another full-length trailer for their upcoming animation Toy Story 4 and it gives a closer look at Keanu Reeve's character. The movie...

GRID is Making a Comeback, New Game Announced

Codemasters has today announced that its GRID franchise is making a comeback with a new title launching on September 12, 2019. Simply titled GRID, this...
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Double Fine’s RAD Gets an August Release Date

Bandai Namco has this week revealed that Double Fine's upcoming rogue-like action game, RAD will launch on August 20, 2019. Set in a post-post-apocalyptic world,...
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American Fugitive Review

I remember the first time I ever stepped foot into the world of Grand Theft Auto. It was in the late nineties and I'd discovered that magazines offered demo discs with games loaded on them. It was only a short snippet of the game, but its top-down free-for-all aesthetic had me hooked. Now, some 22 years later the GTA series has evolved into something we couldn't have possibly imagined back in the nineties, but I'm still incredibly fond of that top-down perspective of the early titles in the series.

Sony Launches Studio to Adapt Video Games into TV/Film

Sony Interactive Entertainment has launched PlayStation Productions, a production studio dedicated to turning some of its games into TV shows and movies. Considering Sony already...

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