CHRISTMAS GIFT GUIDE: Best Nintendo 3DS games of 2011

Gerald Lynch Christmas Gift Guides, Gaming, Round ups, Tech Digest news 2 Comments

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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Happy 25th birthday Super Mario!

Gerald Lynch Gaming, Tech Digest news 2 Comments

The world's favourite plumber, Super Mario, has turned 25. Happy birthday Mario! The driving force behind Nintendo's success over the last 25 years, Mario has lead the video-gaming charge almost as long as home consoles have existed. Easily the…

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Video: Nintendo 3DS hands-on preview

Gerald Lynch Features, Gaming, Previews, Tech Digest news 2 Comments

I recently had a play about with a prototype Nintendo 3DS at a top secret location in London. A big hit at this year's E3 conference, I can thankfully confirm that Nintendo really have nailed glasses-free 3D visuals in…

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Preview Gallery – Split/Second: Velocity, arcade racing exploding onto PS3, Xbox 360 and PC soon

Gerald Lynch Features, Gallery, Gaming, Previews, Tech Digest news 1 Comment

What do you get if you cross the team that brought us the excellent off-road racer Pure with about a zillion tonnes of TNT? That'd be Split/Second: Velocity, the latest driving game from Black Rock Studios. Tech Digest recently got…

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Opinion: Do you still care about the Nintendo Wii?

Gerald Lynch Columns & Opinion, Features, Gaming, Tech Digest news 5 Comments

It was once the king of the gaming pile, so sought after that you'd have to give a kidney on the black market to get one in your home. But recent months have seen the Wii fall from grace, with profits down as much as half over the same period a year earlier. Has the bubble burst for the Nintendo Wii? If so, what has caused it? Here's Tech Digest's five reasons why the Wii's star is falling.

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