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Hypothetically Speaking: What if the Next Gen Lasts 5 Years?

Hypothetically Speaking: What if the Next Gen Lasts 5 Years?

Nov 29, 2013

Hypothetically Speaking is a series of short, hypothetical scenarios looking into the Gaming Industries potential future and past, had it taken an alternative route along the way as a means to prompt discussion. Join in the chat @GamingIQ  and comment below Hypothetically speaking, what would your reaction be if the next generation of game consoles only Continue reading →

IQ Talk Podcast #6: PlayStation 4 Launch Special

IQ Talk Podcast #6: PlayStation 4 Launch Special

Nov 29, 2013

In this special edition of IQ Talk, Sumit Dutta, Adam Barsby and Arran Oakes from Gaming IQ are back to talk all things PlayStation 4. Sony’s next gen system launches today in the UK and Europe so what better time than to reflect on the PS4 journey so far – gong back to the early Continue reading →

41 Years of Gaming – Atari’s Pong to PS4 European Launch – Nov 29

41 Years of Gaming – Atari’s Pong to PS4 European Launch – Nov 29

Nov 29, 2013

The PS4 is launching in Europe today, November 29th 2013. But 41 years ago, the gaming scene was very different. And was about to be revolutionised by a company known as Atari, with their new arcade video game Pong. A lot has changed in 41 years. Pong invented the video game industry. And now, thanks Continue reading →

Innovation Boost by Next-Gen Consoles?

Innovation Boost by Next-Gen Consoles?

Nov 28, 2013

The generation we are now emerging from has been the longest yet. The Xbox 360 launched in November 2005, and we have experienced a lot over the 8 years since. But what seems to have happened of late is a lack of innovation in many games and franchises; so will the next generation of consoles Continue reading →

The New Gaming War – What does Mobile have over Consoles?

The New Gaming War – What does Mobile have over Consoles?

Nov 22, 2013

It seems there is a new war to be waged; and it’s not between Sony and Microsoft. Now, the mobile phone is taking on our precious consoles. But can they succeed? I take a look at what the mobile platform has over it’s rival, and why it could begin to revolutionize the industry; but also weigh up Continue reading →