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From the outside Ironcast looks like a melting pot of game genres, fancy tropes and exciting worlds. Take a dash of 19th Century alternative history, throw in a dollop of mechanised combat, sprinkle on a little puzzle solving and top it all with a dose of steampunk.
It feels like it was just yesterday I was praising LEGO’s Dimension title as a smash hit, unifying the world of LEGO toys and LEGO video games. Dimensions was - and still is - a fantastic cooperative gaming experience and I continue to stand by my claim of it being the “Best LEGO title to date”.
Amor. Rakkaus. Kjaerlighet. Love. There are thousands - if not - hundreds of thousands of ways to say the words that February 14th is all about. You could say it in English, Welsh, Klingon or even Elvish. Each and every iteration will have a completely different sound, shape and length but they all mean the same thing. Giving sound to that overwhelming human need to be accepted, adored, loved by another human being. It is really quite beautiful.
I couldn't tell you what happens within a combustion engine on a molecular level. Heck, I couldn't even tell you what happens on a mechanical level if I'm being honest. I wish I could.
Reports are coming in that those desperate enough to play the upcoming open-word shooter Tom Clancy's The Division can get right into the BETA without any...
We may have been waiting for over fifteen years, but at last, combat racing is making a triumphant return next month with the public release of GRIP on Steam Early Access. Or at least, that is what David Perryman, Producer of GRIP tells us.
Free-to-play anime-based first person shooter, Ghost in the Shell: First Assault Online adds to Section 9 ranks this week with the announcement of their new, original character, Maven.
2015 was a fantastic year for gaming, technology and all things nerdy. We saw the much loved Star Wars franchise re-imagined, re-invigorated and re-packaged...
It isn't just the season to be jolly, no, no, no! It is also the season to celebrate all things Star Wars. Have you not heard? Apparently there is a new Star Wars movie coming out soon. Who’d have known?
The n3rdabl3 elves are at it again, with yet another gift guide for your Christmas shopping convenience. In this article I am taking a look at LEGO's Technic rage, a slightly more grown up version of LEGO that features moving parts and real-life tiny engineering.
Holiday season is just around the corner! The n3 office is covered in glitter trails and half-eaten candy canes. But it’s not all fun and games, the friendly elves at n3rdabl3 are here to help you find the perfect gift for your nearest and dearest, like... LEGO Star Wars!
Fallout 4 is undoubtedly one of - if not the - most anticipated games of the year. In these days, that is no easy...
Do you think you know everything there is to know about the Star Wars original trilogy? Well put your knowledge to the test with Star Wars Timeline.
With the review copy of Ubisofts’ Just Dance 2016 being passed around the N3 office faster than a lit stick of dynamite, the slow fizz and eventual cartoon-like explosion is mine and mine alone to bear. Bang. Honestly, I’m rather thankful for it, because - believe it or not – Just Dance 2016 is pretty damn good.
It really doesn't matter to me what players or critics say about Ubisoft around this time of year. Every new iteration of their open-world, stealth adventure that is the Assassins Creed franchise grabs me with both hands and yanks me towards it. I am defenceless against its exotic allure.
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