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2017 was an incredible year for games, especially console exclusives. Nintendo provided multiple game-of-the-year contenders with The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild,...
With E3 well and truly behind us, we've decided to look back and remind everyone of some of the more surprising yet standout games from the event.
In the n3rdabl3 podcast #16 (available on iTunes) we discussed some of the saddest games we’ve ever played. Now they’re in handy list for...
In an interview with Nikkei on February 2 2017, Nintendo President Tatsumi Kimishima revealed that the company are “studying” the prospect of adding VR functionality to the Nintendo Switch. This comes after a patent was filed June 2016, showing a head-mounted display which could hold the console.
2016 might not have been the best year. In fact, that's probably not an unfair statement at all, with a relatively lacklustre slate of...
Fuck 2016. That's the attitude I think we all have right now. It's bit a bit shit, let's be real. So let's take some time to look forward to the next 365 days, because it could do no worse than 2016, seriously.
2016 was a cracking year for videogames - I only wish I had time to play all of them. Here are a few I've failed to find time to appreciate.
Christmas is here and the number of people sitting looking at their new devices, be it a new phone or tablet, is rather high. So, what better way to get yourself glued to your new device than to grab some games from the App Store or Google Play?
Don't panic! There's still time for the perfect gift. You don't even need to wait for delivery on these gems.
Each year we take a look back over the past twelve months and decide to single out something so extraordinarily crappy it deserves to resurface and be a reminder to everyone how actually bad it was. This year however has been so monumentally crappy that rather than singling out a single game, bit of tech, or something else, I've decided to highlight the entire year.
EVeryone has gadgets nowadays - they're so commonplace and are becoming cheap enough to drop into a stocking. Most of these come under the handy/useful topic - because unnecessary gadgets are a complete waste of time and space.
This year has been pretty fantastic for video games, not only did we get the usual suspects, but we also got some pretty fantastic surprises throughout the year. That being said, not every game was obtainable as many had their cash set aside for something else.
Fandom has done it again and has brought something back from the dead. With a third season of Young Justice being confirmed by Warner Bros. earlier this week, what characters do I want to see in Season 3 of Young Justice? Who should come and crash the mode?
Following the news that a StarCraft remaster could be in the works, it got me thinking about which other classic RTS games should get a similar treatment, and while I'm at it, I thought I'd throw some city building games in there too.
In the first of our new regular feature, n3rdabl3's Top Five Board Games, we're looking at our top five gateway games. They're all really accessible, with simple rules and mechanics to help you start your new venture into this hobby.