CHRISTMAS GIFT GUIDE: Best Nintendo 3DS games of 2011

This year saw Nintendo release their 3DS handheld console, aiming to bring 3D to the masses with it's glasses-free 3D display and a host of recognisable gaming stars leading the charge. Sceptics were wary of the 3D gamble Nintendo had…

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Gerald LynchCHRISTMAS GIFT GUIDE: Best Nintendo 3DS games of 2011

REVIEW: The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword (Wii)

The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword marks 25 years of slashing through dungeons in snazzy green tunics. Seen by many as potentially the Wii's last hurrah, Skyward Sword puts a lot on the line with its heavy implementation of motion controls and unique visual style. Can it revive interest in the ageing Wii console, and re-affirm the Zelda series as one of gaming's premier franchises?

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Gerald LynchREVIEW: The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword (Wii)

LG Prada II as expected, only with a free watch

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Now when I say “free”, I don’t know that the Prada Link accessory watch comes free with this second edition of the handset made by LG. In fact, it probably doesn’t. You probably have to pay even more than the expected £475 when it hits the shelves later this month.

All the same, LG and Prada will be unveiling their new luxury gadget this evening…

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Daniel SungLG Prada II as expected, only with a free watch

REVIEW: Wacom Bamboo Applications

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Following my preview of the new applications available for Wacom’s “Bamboo” PC input tablets the other week, Wacom has sent me a tablet to have a play with, and test out the new apps. Here’s what I think.

Bamboo Scribe
I was originally going to try to write this whole post just using the tablet and bamboo scribe to convert my handwriting into text, but then I realised that it would take me hours. I don’t have hours, so you’ve got a keyboarded post instead.

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Duncan GeereREVIEW: Wacom Bamboo Applications