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

World of Warcraft movie slowly taking shape, Blizzard creative chief reveals

More news trickling in on the proposed World of Warcraft movie today. Though we'd previously believed that the movie was now in the process of finalising script details, it seems that that stage is still a little way off. However,…

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Gerald LynchWorld of Warcraft movie slowly taking shape, Blizzard creative chief reveals

Paddy Power begin taking bets on Street Fighter bouts

To mark Friday's launch of Super Street Fighter IV for the PS3 and Xbox 360, Paddy Power are letting gamblers take a flutter on a Capcom-held event to determine the UK's best Street Fighter player. Ryan Hart and Femi Adeboye…

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Gerald LynchPaddy Power begin taking bets on Street Fighter bouts

Marvel vs Capcom 3 confirmed for Xbox 360 and PS3 – TRAILER

After a decade of waiting, Capcom have today finally revealed Marvel vs Capcom 3, the sequel to arguably one of the best fighting games of all time. Mashing together all your favourite characters from both the Capcom gaming and…

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Gerald LynchMarvel vs Capcom 3 confirmed for Xbox 360 and PS3 – TRAILER

Christmas Wishlist: Top Ten Games of 2009

In a bumper year for gamers, here's the best the past 12 months of gaming had to offer. Which will you find nestled under your Christmas tree?

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New Street Fighter joysticks are better than a hundred-hand-slap to the face

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You can divide the world into two groups of people – those who played Street Fighter in arcades, and those who just played it on the SNES (anyone who’s never played it isn’t actually a person). The former group, although small in number, will go nuts for this tournament-spec joypad, based on the original arcade cabinets. No ‘cheating’ with the XCM Dominator for them.

Those who fit into the second group, but are still excited about Street Fighter IV, might be more excited about the ‘standard’ edition joystick or joypad pictured over the fold, which has shoulder buttons and everything. All three are available from MadCatz “soon”.

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Duncan GeereNew Street Fighter joysticks are better than a hundred-hand-slap to the face