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Huge thanks to Chris Kline for the awesome music in this episode.
- Ultra Street Fighter IV to be launched in June 2014 in time for Evo 2014.
- An unlucky teenager pays £450 for a photo of an XBox One instead of getting the console itself.
- Cool headset hack for the XBox One Headset
- Minecraft 1.7.3 brings integrated twitch live streaming
Here are some of the things that you should be looking out for this Christmas:
- Razer Atrox Arcade Stick
- Hauppauge HD PVR2 Gaming Edition Plus
- Google Nexus 7
- Sony PlayStation 4
- Microsoft XBox One
Adi reviewed 140 which is a rhythm-based platforming game. You have to get the balls to the target area to move on to the next area.
This game is very simplistic in that there is no scoring system, time limit or life counter.
The game is quite a hard one. If you are musically inclined, then you will be able to time those jumps with the beat of the music.
There is a lot of techno music in this game as well.
Overall, 140 was a try. It is like an old platformer that will take some time to get used to.
140 is available for £3.99 from the steam store. It’s available right now on Mac and PC.
Picks of the Week:
- Adi’s pick – Dead Trigger 2 for iOS and Android
- Chris’ pick – Fez for PC/Mac, coming to PS4, PS3, PS Vita in 2014
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