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Hypothetically Speaking: What if Microsoft and Sony Didn’t Support Indie?

Hypothetically Speaking: What if Microsoft and Sony Didn’t Support Indie?

Nov 8, 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, how would the next gen market be influenced if Microsoft and Sony could Continue reading →

Gaming Mods: Keeping Your Games Fresh and Exciting

Gaming Mods: Keeping Your Games Fresh and Exciting

Nov 7, 2013

Throughout gaming’s life-span, PC gaming has always proven itself to be the platform to chose should you be at all interested in modding or customising your favourite games. On top of this, PCs also have an advantage over consoles in that you can customise and choose whatever hardware you want for your machine, based on Continue reading →

The Graphical Arms Race: Pushing Hardware to Its Limits

The Graphical Arms Race: Pushing Hardware to Its Limits

Nov 4, 2013

Although we look forward to the step up and graphical improvement that the next generation of consoles promise, it is important to keep in mind that pushing the hardware post-launch to make continuous improvements is just as key.For a console to be on the shelves for such a lengthy period of time and not show Continue reading →

Would the Wii U have sold more with better hardware? – Hypothetically Speaking

Would the Wii U have sold more with better hardware? – Hypothetically Speaking

Nov 1, 2013

Hypothetically Speaking, would Nintendo have had a more successful year had the console been released with improved hardware, comparable to that of the Playstation 4 and Xbox One? If they did, however, would they have had to delay the release of the console to 2013? Many developers have openly said they will not be making Continue reading →

The Importance of Video Game Awards

The Importance of Video Game Awards

Oct 31, 2013

As our beloved industry continues to grow, it is important for developers to receive the recognition they deserve for the great content they produce. As gaming’s popularity increases, the push for video game awards to go mainstream will help to pull in a larger audience to appreciate gaming, as well as alleviating some of the Continue reading →