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Minecraft numbers reach 16 million on PC and Mac

Wondering if Minecraft is still popular? Well, it’s just growing from strength-to-strength. Not so long ago it was reported that Minecraft had sold 12 million copies on the Xbox 360 service and that it managed to shift 1 million units on the PS3 in five weeks. It also managed to crack a whopping 21 million sales on combined mobile platforms. It’s now confirmed that PC and Mac formats h...

Ken Levine shatters Bioshock hopes on the Vita

In 2011 Ken Levine, creator of the Bioshock series, was very exited to tell us all about the PlayStation Vita version of Bioshock. He had big plans and the industry took note. The Bioshock franchise is perhaps one of the most well-received titles in the last generation. He jumped on Twitter to express his feelings in regards to Bioshock appearing on the Vita earlier this morning. In doing this he ...

Prediction Time – GOTY Edition

Welcome everybody to the second edition of Prediction Time. This time the writers from SA Gamer {Who know so little} share their thoughts on what they think will happen in the future. I asked the guys what games they thought would win the honour of game of the year on each platform, and what would be the ULTIMATE Game of the Year in 2014. Let’s take a look at their responses: Jarred: PS3 – The PS3...

Review: Football Manager Classic 2014 (Vita)

If the PC version of Football Manager 2014 is a home game then Football Manager Classic 2014 on the Vita provides a solid away performance.

Games Left For 2014 (Part V), Is That a Far Cry?

So here we are at the end of the week. I have already detailed 20+ games over the last few days that will be heading to consoles and that PC thing this year. That’s correct, 2014 releases that have not been delayed to 2015. To finish off the list, here are 5 more games taking the list to over 25 games which means a you could buy 4 games a month for the rest of the year and still miss some. T...

What’s Not Delayed? (Part II)

In case you missed it, yesterday I explained that the year 2014 was not all lost. There are still many games coming out this year that you should be excited about and that it’s not all about 2015 just yet. Sure, 2015 has some epic titles coming out, but to fill the wait for those there are plenty of games coming out which will be worth our hard earned money. Here are 5 more: Sherlock Holmes: Crime...

Updated: Your South African time E3 Schedule

E3

Update 2: We have made it very easy for you below. Simply click on the Youtube video and streaming will start for the conference once it goes live. We currently don’t have anything for EA, but there is a link below that will take you to the live conference. Update: We have links below to the various conferences (just scroll down), but if you’re looking for a place where it will play al...

What is E3 Really Like? {and Gerard doesn’t shut up}

Below is a quick idea of what goes on at E3. Read it if you care, and if you don’t read it for Gerard. He is a sensitive soul. Everyone wonders what E3 is like, and let me tell you, it is one hell of an experience. I am not saying that, or writing this piece to rub it in your face {yes you are} (Shut up Gerard… for those that don’t know, Gerard has recently joined the team… in my head ...

Review: Tearaway (Vita)

In my personal capacity I’ve been a rather late adopter of the PlayStation Vita. In my mind there has, up until now, been no point in owning the machine. Sure, it has some outstanding visuals and has some innovative hardware perks but what’s the point in having this at your disposal without having the supporting software? This is where Tearaway comes into the equation. Media Molecule, ...

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