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Friday’s nostalgia Kick…starter: Dizzy Returns

Dizzy Returns

While this sort of piece normally belongs in the games section of KitGuru, it’s hard to resist when some of your earliest gaming memories come back in full Kickstarter style. Dizzy Returns has been announced by the Oliver twins, the original creative minds behind the boxing gloved handed, egg shelled …

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Roccat Kone XTD 8200 DPI Gaming Mouse Review

Roccat’s gaming mouse portfolio sees the newest leader to its flagship series. Can the 8200 DPI-capable Kone XTD prove that it deserves to sit at the summit of Roccat’s critically acclaimed mouse catalogue? Roccat has sent a bold message to its competitors by aiming to improve the already highly successful Kone series …

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Nintendo Power officially ends its run

Nintendo Power

While it’s been known about for some time, today is the day when Nintendo Power finally shuts down for good. The gaming magazine that has run for almost 25 years has now come to an end. Fortunately the editor and staff have one final hurrah for the long standing publication. …

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EA adding Twitch streaming to Origin

Origin Broadcast

In an update that is due for release next week, EA has announced that it will be adding Twitch streaming to its Origin games platform, allowing players to easily share their in-game footage live, with viewers around the world. Apparently it’ll be a relatively simply thing to activate too. All …

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Leetgion Hellion Gaming Mouse Review

Originating from Thermalright in 2010, Leetgion is a new player to the peripherals game. Built to offer specialised performance, the company’s Hellion mouse is optimised for RTS gaming. Sporting an Avago 9500 sensor capable of a DPI range from 100 to 5000, the Hellion is accurate and precisely-tracked, giving it …

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Could gamers be the next-gen security experts?

Jurassic Park

While we’re used to seeing Hollywood depict hacking and computer access as some sort of 3D world to be explored, whether it’s in Tron, or Jurassic Park, those seemingly ridiculous scenarios might actually be closer to computer security of the future than we might think. Traditionally, security officials spend their time looking …

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EU ruling validates used game sales

Used Games Sales Ok

Regardless of the license agreement signed by the end user, the purchaser of software has the right to sell it on, an EU court as ruled. While this declaration was made with regards to software in general, by their very nature games are applicable. The ruling was made by the …

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Roccat Savu Gaming Mouse Review

Roccat have made name for themselves in the gaming peripheral market over the past few years, going head to head with the likes of SteelSeries, Razer and Logitech.  They now offer a comprehensive range of gaming peripherals which includes various gaming mice, surfaces, keyboards and headsets. Today we are going …

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SteelSeries Kana Gaming Mouse Review

It seems like every month that we are looking at a gaming peripheral from a company targeting the gaming sector.  Even though some of these companies have created very impressive products like the new Corsair Vengeance range, many gamers will opt for a tried and tested brand instead, such as …

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Corsair Vengeance M60 FPS Gaming Mouse Review

Corsair have been making a name for themselves in the gaming peripheral market. It all started with the HS1 headset which offered an excellent balance between sound quality and price. More recently, they have been expanding their range and we recently looked at their two latest gaming keyboards, the Vengeance …

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KitGuru Gaming – Weekly Round Up

For those tech readers who don’t always get time to check out our game related content at Kitguru gaming – here is a round up of content published in the last week. “Inversion – Third Person Shooter with Gravitational Manipulation” A third person shooter with gravitational shifts and aliens?! Sign …

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