Thursday, 13 December 2018
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This Awesome Hand-Drawn Ninja Gaiden Guide Brings Back Lovely Pre-Internet Memories

Added: 11.12.2018 10:00 | 1 views | 0 comments

And you can have it for free.
Before strategy guides and that pesky, know-it-all internet came along, completing tricky games was a serious challenge. There was a time when players couldn't simply Google "how do I unlock Simon Belmont's luscious locks in ", and instead had to figure everything out by playing over and over again.
Often, though, players would use good ol' pen and paper to create their own guides for themselves, drawing out level designs and scribbling down anything that could turn out to be useful in the future - hence why game manuals used to come with notes sections at the back. As a way of preserving this dying trend, and to create something rather beautiful to share with the world, artist Philip Summers is releasing a new, hand-drawn guide to NES classic .
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Player Spending In Dragalia Lost Has Surpassed $50 Million Since Launching In September

Added: 06.12.2018 7:05 | 1 views | 0 comments

New sensation.
has been a tremendous success for Nintendo and Cygames since its limited launch in September. Within the first two weeks, it outperformed and went on to become Nintendo's second largest mobile launch in the US and Japan.
According to the latest data from Sensor Tower, the game has now grossed $50 million in player spending across the App Store and Google Play in its first 70 days. More than half of this (60 percent, to be precise) is tied to the iOS player base. In contrast, - the most successful Nintendo mobile game so far - made $75.8 million in the same amount of time. However, Dragalia Lost is ahead in terms of revenue per download - with an average of $22 spent on the game per install compared to Fire Emblem players who have spent roughly $9.
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Niantic's Pokémon GO Catches $80 Million Worldwide During The Month Of November

Added: 05.12.2018 2:05 | 2 views | 0 comments

continues to be a money-making monster. Following on from October when it was the game captured an estimated $73 million in gross revenue worldwide, Sensor Tower Store Intelligence data has now revealed it's done even better in the month of November.
According to the , GO grossed an estimated $80 million globally across the App Store and Google Play last month. That is a 150 percent year-over-year increase, which equates to 2.5x the $32 million spent on the game in November last year.
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Seeing in the dark - night shootout - Lumia 950, Pixel 3, Mate 20 Pro

Added: 23.11.2018 9:30 | 5 views | 0 comments

By popular demand (no, really!), I'm comparing the ability to capture remarkable shots at night here - handheld, i.e. no tripods allowed. We all know that the Lumia 950 range takes stellar low light shots, thanks to PureView oversampling, the good OIS and long shutter times allowed. But can the new multi-frame computational techniques used by the Google Pixel 3 and the Huawei Mate 20 Pro win out overall? And what do the new techniques do for the character of the images captured?


Naruto X Boruto: Ninja Voltage - Ultimate Ninja Dodgeball Promo

Added: 16.11.2018 22:11 | 6 views | 0 comments

The first anniversary of Naruto X Boruto: Ninja Voltage has arrived. Log in now to obtain special bonuses. Naruto X Boruto: Ninja Voltage is available as a free download on the Apple App Store and Google Play.


Black Friday Deals 2018: 50% off Audible Membership, Amazon Music for 99p, 12 Month PS Plus for £39.99

Added: 16.11.2018 17:07 | 6 views | 0 comments

Save up to £150 off Amazon devices, get Google Pixel 3 with 100GB data for £55 per month, Pokémon Switch bundles for under £300.

SEGA Heroes is out now for iOS and Android devices

Added: 15.11.2018 17:13 | 7 views | 0 comments

"SEGA Heroes" is now available to download for free on the App Store for iPhone and iPad and Google Play Store for Android devices.


PureView battle: Nokia 808 and 1020 vs Google Pixel 3

Added: 15.11.2018 7:21 | 6 views | 0 comments

With the Pixel 3 in for review for a short period, and with a glimpse of sun here and there in November in the UK, I wanted to pit PureView phase 1 (Nokia 808) and phase 2 (Lumia 1020, adding OIS) with the Pixel's (as good as) PureView phase 3, doing all the pixel combination in the time domain rather than across a high-res sensor. There's a lot to compare, it's our biggest and longest imaging comparison piece ever, so let's press on and do allow time for the page to fully load!



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