Dead Head Fred

5 more sadly overlooked games

A few months ago, we brought you a few games that had been sadly overlooked. Unfortunately, there are plenty more where that came from – as this post proves! Dead Head Fred It’s fair to assume that more or less any PSP exclusive is overlooked but the lack of love …

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4 easy ways to declutter your games collection

Last week, we put together a few ways to clear your gaming backlog but didn’t mention the most obvious method: decluttering your collection. Selling games that you don’t play – either because you’ve finished them or just don’t have the time – is the easiest way to get rid of …

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PS3 Controller

How to clear your gaming backlog

How many games do you own, and how many do you actually play? It’s a question that most gamers will probably answer with ‘loads, and barely any of them’. With more games coming out than ever and prices hitting new lows, most of us pick up games without really knowing …

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Silent Hills

7 cancelled games that would have been amazing

Hankies at the ready, video game fans; Konami has officially confirmed that Silent Hills, the latest chapter of the long-established horror franchise, has been cancelled. The game, which was unveiled by P.T (arguably the best videogame demo ever because it had half the world clamouring for a Silent Hills release …

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Virtual Boy

4 Retro Game Accessories That Prove Nintendo Are Psychic

After years of dominating the gaming market, things are looking bad for Nintendo. The past few months have been full of doom and gloom, with the delay of the new Zelda game the latest blow. Nintendo fans shouldn’t despair too much though, as Nintendo’s ideas always work out in the …

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7 surprisingly difficult videogames from your childhood

There’s been a lot of hype around Bloodborne, an insanely difficult RPG from the creators of Dark Souls, this week. Released on Tuesday, the game has been praised to the sun for bucking the trend of games getting easier. We remember the days when more or less every game was …

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