Sun, 14 August 2011
This week, James, Neil and Gary discuss the latest gaming headlines including:
July sales decline, August expected to be worse
Analysts predict game sales to be at an all-time low as the quiet summer continues. Should we be worried, or is this all part of the console cycle?
Sony to replace riots' victim's PSP
Ashraf Haziq had his PSP stolen by rioters and Sony has promised to replace it - good on 'em, we say!
Team Bondi goes under
Things go downhill for the LA Noire developers are rumours of bankruptcy emerge and they're picked up by the man who made Mad Max.
OnLive UK launch dated
Cloud gaming is only a month away, but is any of the team interested? And Gary tells us how fast our download speeds really are.
Nintendo should go to mobiles, say Analysts
If you've got $10bn in cash reserves just sitting there, apparently the Pokemon version of Tap Tap Revenge just doesn't cut it.
Syndicate reboot rumoured for Gamescom reveal
It's been a long time coming, but we could only be days away from finally seeing the return of Syndicate. Yay!