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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 →

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 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 →

Nintendo’s Wii U Potential: Biding Time for their Titans

Nintendo’s Wii U Potential: Biding Time for their Titans

Oct 30, 2013

Despite a rather underwhelming year, Nintendo still retains many fans in the gaming world. Everybody, for the most part, seems to have a soft spot for Nintendo that just does not seem to exist for either Sony or Microsoft. Nintendo are always looking for new ways to push for something new and innovate their products, Continue reading →

The Importance of Gaming Narratives

The Importance of Gaming Narratives

Sep 27, 2013

The importance of a great gaming narrative has grown significantly as gaming technology has improved and as the gaming industry has aged. Although many games focus on multiplayer to drive the sales and longevity of their titles, when it comes to single player games, they have to work a lot harder to keep its audience Continue reading →

Microsoft and Sony: The Flag Bearers for Next Gen Consoles

Microsoft and Sony: The Flag Bearers for Next Gen Consoles

Sep 24, 2013

To put it bluntly, the Wii U dramatically underachieved in its first year since launch, however it’s hard to imagine Sony and Microsoft having the same issues when their respective next gen consoles launch this November. The Playstation 4 and Xbox One are pushing their consoles, trying to piece together the most powerful consoles available, Continue reading →