Civilization VI Switch and old games we’re still waiting on a HD remaster for! (Digitally Uploaded 2018, Episode #33)

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This week on the Digitally Uploaded podcast, we chat about a couple of big news moments that happened over the last week. First up, Civilization VI for the Nintendo Switch. How good is it going to be having that in portable form on the go (very, very good). Then we…

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The Friday Ten: 10 must misunderstood “pervy” anime games

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List by Matt S. There was one of the semi-frequent Internet blow-ups late last week/ early this week, when a games journalist decided to write a review in which he states that fans of a certain game are perverts and perverse. Naturally that didn’t go down so well with aforementioned…

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All-female protagonist September: a lack of casual games and contemplations on the female body

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Blog by Lindsay M. I’m going to be upfront: the first few days of September have been more of a casual game detox for me than a foray into the world of women in video games. I complained an excessive amount about the lack of casual mobile games with female…

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The Friday Ten: ten PlayStation 3 games we want mastered for PlayStation 4

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List by Matt S.  We’ve seen a lot of PlayStation 3 remasters already, and yet there are indeed many more games that we’d like to see packaged up for a PlayStation 4 re-release. So this week we’ve come up with a ridiculously simple Friday Ten – the ten PlayStation 3…

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DDNet podcast now live! On International Women’s Day and Aussie games galore

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Okay, so let’s call that first podcast a trial run. Now we’re back with the second, and it has a new home, music, and all that good stuff! This week, Alan, Chris and Matt talk about their favourite female game developers and characters. With it being International Women’s Day last…

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The Friday 10: Ten games too smart for their own good

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Now that we’ve accepted that games have artistic merit (or, at least, a growing number of people who play games have done so), we’ve started to see a number of game directors and producers emerge who are pushing the boundaries of storytelling and thinking behind games. In other words, we’re…

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The Friday Ten: Ten games we’d like to see made into live-action films

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I thought we could do something a little different this week to our usual game-based countdowns, and have a look at some games that would be perfect as films. Of course, there haven’t been that many good video game movie adaptations out there. There’s a couple of decent ones, for…

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