02nd Oct2019

PLAY Expo Blackpool is turning Japanese in 2019!

by Phil Wheat

PLAY Expo Blackpool, the much-loved retro gaming event born in the resort eight years ago, is returning on October 12 and 13 and rewarding the loyal support of its local visitors, by including wow-factor, never-before-seen Japanese arcade cabinets – a show-first to the Norcalympia Exhibition Centre, whilst evoking memories of the seaside arcade game’s heyday […]

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25th Apr2019

Creating Online Video Games

by James Smith

Who doesn’t like to play a game every now and then? If you have a great idea for a game there is most likely an audience for it, but before you even contemplate hiring a graphic artist and a programmer you need to research your field. The Best Slots Games Come From Sweden If we […]

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28th Dec2018

Britt’s Ten Best: Video Games of 2018

by Britt Roberts

2018 has been, yet again, another fantastic year for video games – from both AAA release to independent releases, across a myriad of formats, gaming has had a really great year. And so has Nerdly when it comes to video games, we’ve really hit a stride when it comes to covering games – Switch games […]

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17th Jan2018

Pop Addled: Episode 131 – Top 5 FPS Video Games

by Phil Wheat

Another week, another episode of the Pop Addled podcast, part of the ever-growing podcast roster here on Nerdly! Pop Addled is a pop culture podcast with nerd tendencies. Join Keenan, Sam and Timmy as they discuss movies, music, video games, sports, TV, comics, and any intersection thereof. Their brains have been thoroughly addled by pop […]

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03rd Oct2017

‘WWE 2K18′ – More details on MyPLAYER & Road To Glory: plus update to Universe Mode!

by Phil Wheat

2K have today released details on two new features for WWE 2K18 – MyPLAYER and Road To Glory, which is a completely new online experience where MyPLAYERS from all over the world battle against each other. As well as the updated Universe Mode which, in WWE 2K18, features new rivalry types, Intensity, Power Rankings, updated […]

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06th Jun2016

Innovation in Gaming

by Guest

The last decade has seen what can only be described as a revolution in every aspect of gaming, from the way that we obtain and play them to the kinds of games that are being enjoyed. This has gone hand in hand with the ever-accelerating development of technology, not to mention the meteoric rise and […]

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01st Jul2015

The Best Snooker Video Games

by Guest

Snooker doesn’t have the vast catalogue of video games that other sports like football has and it doesn’t have annual updates like you get with the FIFA or Football Manager series. After all, there is no real scope for the introduction of new tricks and skills like the ‘rabona’ or for a thriving transfer market […]

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18th Jun2015

The Top Strategy Games for 2015

by Guest

Let’s face facts: you cannot beat a good strategy game! After all, these games are both engaging and educational in equal measure, while they force you to apply your mind in the quest for fun and adventure. There are many different types of strategy game, with the most popular involving battle and a conflict between […]

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03rd May2015

Play Blackpool 2015 – Report

by Phil Wheat

So, at least for Nerdly, Play Blackpool 2015 is over for another year. As I write this it’s Sunday night and Play’s doors have closed for the day – however it is on for one more day, the first time the event has been a three-day affair in its history) There may be other “Play” […]

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24th Oct2014

‘Video Games: The Movie’ Review

by Dan Clark

Video Games: The Movie attempts to be the definitive documentary on this history of video games. With mountains of information and insight from fans, video game designers, and notable figures in the industry it goes deep into what video games where and what they are now. The issue is the topic is treated with such […]

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10th Aug2014

More ‘Senran Kagura’ titles coming to Europe

by Phil Wheat

Marvelous Europe, the European division of Japanese publisher Marvelous Inc., have announced two games from the smash hit Senran Kagura franchise scheduled for release in Europe in the coming months. Battle adventure title, Senran Kagura Shinovi Versus and rhythm-cooking series spin-off Senran Kagura Bon Appétit! will be coming exclusively to PlayStation Vita as a digital […]

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17th Aug2013

Remember Nintendo’s Power Glove? You will after this documentary!

by Phil Wheat

Recently there’s been a huge upswell in documentaries that take a look at 1980s pop culture – be it VHS, toys, video games, anything! And now comes a new documentary based on the Nintendo NES’s most famous accessory…The Power Glove! Released in 1989, the Power Glove was THE first gesture-based controller, way before the likes […]

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20th Mar2013

The Ten Best – Classic video games in need of a HD redux

by Phil Wheat

Besides having a love of movies (and comics) I’m also a huge video game fan – I have all the current-gen consoles and especially love anything made by developers Naughty Dog. But I still have a soft spot for retro gaming. So with that in mind I thought I’d take a look back into video […]

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