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Category Archive: Gaming

Feb 01

Sidhe Interactive Working on Nintendo Game

In breaking ‘not really news’ Mario Wynands, Managing Director of Sidhe Interactive confirmed for me that despite only producing games for the PS2, PS3 and PSP up to this point, they are indeed working on a game for one of the Nintendo consoles (Wii or DS). He would not confirm what they’re working on, what …

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Jan 16

San Andreas: not a review

As promised, today I’m going to share my thoughts on Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. However it’s not going to be a review. If you want a review, try here or here or here or perhaps here. What a game. Sitting here thinking back, I just wish it wasn’t over. It’s not like I wanted …

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Jan 15

Mario Kart: My Thoughts

It’s an interesting truism that when you have lots of full games to play through, the desire to review games, and in general, to write anything diminishes. Before Christmas, after great delay I picked up Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. Then for Christmas I got my beloved Nintendo DS with Mario Kart. Then when we …

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Dec 17

Gripshift Coming to PS3

In huge news for New Zealand developer Sidhe Interactive (pronounced “she” interactive), Gripshift, their original IP game for the PSP is going to be available on the PS3 through the Playstation Online network. The game received mixed reviews, but was reasonably high profile for an original game from a small kiwi outfit. They’ve also made …

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Dec 13

Free Nintendo Game

Yes, that’s right, over at mission-in-snowdriftland.com is an awesome free sidescrolling platformer, “powered” by Nintendo. The basis is that it’s in the form of an advent calendar in so much as there are twenty four levels, and each one only opens up on the corresponding day of December. Having to play on the keyboard limits …

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Dec 12

FlatOut 2: My Thoughts

Last week I decided to give the latest driver on the block, Flat Out 2 demo a go. The game is by Vivendi Games (makers of F.E.A.R, Scarface and the recent Eragon) and Bugbear Entertainment. It’s out for the Xbox, PS2 and PC. In a four word summary of this review, I had a blast. …

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