SNES Classic Mini: release date, price and games

Update: As expected, the SNES Classic Mini is proving tough to get our hands on. 

Amazon UK and EB Games AU opened their pre-orders early only to be inundated with more pre-orders than they could handle and have since closed up shop. Walmart in the US accidentally opened its pre-order page early, and has since cancelled all pre-orders placed and issued full refunds to disappointed gamers. 

But all hope isn't lost. Several retailers around the globe have announced another wave of pre-orders coming any day now. As long as you're vigilant, you should be able to secure an SNES Classic Mini online before it hits st…
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The Evil Within 2 and Wolfenstein II Are the Next Games to Support 4K on Xbox One X


The Evil Within 2 and Wolfenstein II Are the Next Games to Support 4K on Xbox One X

Bethesda’s upcoming sequels The Evil Within 2 and Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus have been confirmed to support 4K Ultra HD and HDR on the Xbox One X. The official game pages for both The Evil Within 2 and Wolfenstein II have been updated to indicate …

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Tone-deaf cop addresses real-life shooting while playing video games

This week, a Seattle police officer chose to talk about the death of a pregnant woman at the hands of his fellow officers … while livestreaming a video game. On June 18th, officers came to Charleena Lyles‘ home to investigate a burglary she reported. Lyles, a pregnant mother of four, was then killed in a scuffle with the officers. Some of the details of the case are unclear, but it’s known for sure three of her children were home at the time. It’s a deeply upsetting case that has raised troubling questions about the officers’ use of force. One officer r…
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The best free iPhone games on the planet

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The days when you had to buy a dedicated gaming rig and spend a load of cash for a quality gaming experience are long gone. Thanks to the iPhone (and iPod touch) and the App Store, you can get an excellent mobile gaming experience for just a few bucks (or quid, for that matter), or even less.

In fact, a lot of the games out there are free. But can you get great games for nothing at all, or is the ‘free’ section of the App Store just a shoddy excuse to bombard you with in-app purchases?

The answer is, of course, both. The trick is finding the gems amongst the dross, and what follows are our picks of the bunch: our top free iPhone games, presented in no particular order, includi…
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There were fewer than dozen notable iPhone, iPad and Android games at E3 2017, and even those are drown out by big console and PC gaming news.

While everyone may have paid attention to Xbox One X announcement and the never-ending stream of PS4 trailers at E3, mobile games are just as important.

Why? Core and mainstream gamers alike are bound to play these mobile games – it's a $ 40 billion industry a year, according to analysts at SuperData Research.

Let's look ahead at some of the gaming coming to an app store near you in 2017 and 2018.

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When you pay big money for a premium product, you don’t expect to get advertisements. You don’t expect the company that created the device and charged a premium for it to try to make more money off of you with intrusive advertisements. Unfortunately …
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