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Jacob Chambers

Old-school gamer with a cheeky tongue that gets me in trouble. When I'm not playing games, I'm writing about them, preferably in the vicinity of a fridge! Oh, and if you're a Justin Bieber fan, I'm afraid we can't be friends!

Your iPhone 6 games have just gotten more expensive

Rising prices are never good news, but alas, that’s what we have to report. Apple has just raised the minimum pricing for games on the App Store, so if you were looking for some cheap games for your new iPhone 6 or 6 Plus, you’re either going to have to face some bigger prices, or should buy some now, before ...

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Mass Effect 4’s rumored 2020 release date is false

I’ve been surprised at the amount of news publications picking up on and panicking about Mass Effect 4’s supposed delay to 2020. The initial rumors began when a supposed 2020 release date was associated with Mass Effect 4 on Amazon France’s website. I get that people are hungry for news regarding the upcoming Mass Effect game, but let’s be serious ...

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Will Bethesda bring Fallout 4 to GDC 2015?

As 2015 begins, we’re restarting last year’s frustratingly unanswered question – is this the year Bethesda is finally releasing Fallout 4? We’ve eagerly awaited the Fallout 3 and New Vegas sequel at most game conventions last year, hoping that Bethesda would drop the bomb at GDC, E3 or even Quakecon. None of these things happened, and in all honesty, they ...

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CD Projekt reveals hefty Witcher 3 PC system requirements

As we enter 2015, we’re looking forward to some amazing games. At the top of many gamers’ wish-list lies CD Projekt Red’s final part in the Witcher sage, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. Besides promising to bring a colossal open-world setting and impeccable story-telling, one of the primary features of The Witcher 3 are it’s impressive visuals. That being said, ...

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CoD: Advanced Warfare surpasses Assassin’s Creed: Unity and GTA 5 in UK 2015 charts

Despite receiving mixed criticism and high skepticism from fans all over the world, Activision’s flagship series, Call of Duty, still seems to be doing great financially. The Kevin Spacey voice-acted Advanced Warfare is in the top position in the UK Video Games chart for 2015, a chart that monitors sales and popularity across all platforms. While I haven’t considered myself ...

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SteelSeries Siberia Raw Prism Review – Affordable comfort

Towards the end of last week, the newly released SteelSeries Siberia Raw Prism made its way to our offices, getting us excited, as it’s been awhile since we had a chance to tinker with some newly released headsets. Naturally, we were expecting the best, as SteelSeries is a known and established leader in the gaming peripheral market. Not wanting to ...

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Samsung Galaxy S6 to potentially make use of UFS storage

With phones gaining more and more computing prowess and bigger screens, one of the main issues that phone developers are facing is the problem of battery life, and this may be an issue for the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S6 or Note 5. Current technology only allows for a limited battery life, and not even Super AMOLED displays or battery saving ...

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