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Weekend Hot Topic, part 2: The best offline multiplayer games
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I do enjoy online gaming, especially first person shooters like Battlefield, but when you can play against someone in the same room then I reckon it really adds to the experience. The above example of Mario Kart 8, where offline and online multiplayer …

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Weekend Hot Topic, part 1: What's your favourite game genre?
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GameCentral readers reveal what their favourite style of video game is, from first person shooter to role-playing game. The subject for this week's Hot Topic was suggested by reader msv858 (Twitter), who asked what your favourite genre is and how you …

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Part 1 of 2: The State of Genres in Video Games
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"Doom" and "Wolfenstein" were among the oldest first–person shooter (FPS) games, although this genre did not fully emerge until the proliferation of 3D technology and hardware. Shooters such as "Call of Duty," and role-playing games such as "Skyrim …

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Part 2 of 2: The State of Genres in Video Games
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First and foremost, the birth of a new genre is highly dependent on latest technology and hardware. For instance, hardcore-FPS games were only developed, following the advent of 3D technology. Similarly, new game genres will emerge, with the arrival of …

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Part 1 of 2 – What can Tom Clancy's The Division Learn from Destiny?
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When Destiny first came to the market in September 2014, we were all excited that someone finally went ahead and brought two of the most popular genres, first person shooters (FPS) and Massive Multiplayer Online Role Playing Games (MMORPG), together …

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RPG Reload Presents – The History Of Handheld RPGs, Part Six
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Of particular note is DOOM RPG, a clever role-playing take on the classic first–person shooter. Zenimax also indirectly got in the mix with their Vir2L Studios brand, through which they released a few Elder Scrolls spin-offs known collectively as The …

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Media Future: Gaming rAges on in South Africa (part 1)
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Its next big thing, however, is “a bit of a cheeky game” called Battle Arena Drones (BAD), which embraces the clichés of the first–person shooter genre, but with attitude. Each drone is customisable, and each character lends capabilities to a team …

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Why VR is the future of gaming, Part 2: Toybox and human interaction
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That's right, my first interaction with another person in VR was a fist-bump. After talking for a moment, she asked … Where she had been standing before was now a shooting gallery, much like you'd see at a circus or amusement park. There were lots of …

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Weekend Hot Topic, part 1: Will you be buying a VR headset?
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With the Oculus Rift announcing a price tag of £500, GameCentral readers reveal whether they intend to get one. Although the subject for this weekend's Inbox was inspired by the Oculus Rift price reveal we wanted to know what your general level of …

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