If you live in Manchester and love to play online slots, top game developer NetEnt’s release of Hotline 2 on 24 August 2020 was welcome news.
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Arcade Club was also one of many Greater Manchester businesses thrown into confusion by the government’s announcement via Twitter of new measures in Greater Manchester, happening for them on the very evening they reopened.
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The hour-long showcase from Sony Interactive Entertainment (SIE) was pre-recorded and streamed online – promising us ‘the future of gaming’.
There was lots of information packed into the short two-minute trailer, but most anticipated were the four new Pokémon – unsurprising, when they’re the main draw of the franchise.
The event on the first floor of MOSI’s Great Western Warehouse gives more than 350 people at a time the chance to test out 160-plus consoles, spanning the last 40 years of gaming history.
The gaming juggernaut which is E3 has wrapped up for another year and VR is once again at the top of the agenda.
‘The gaming industry stigma must go’: MM chat to Access Creative College, the pioneers looking to make waves in the education system
For the modern generation, gaming has become part of day to day life. MM went down to speak to Manchester’s Access Creative College staff and students about the college’s innovative work and future plans for expansion.
Teams from universities across the UK will compete across three of the biggest games on the esports scene: League of Legends, Overwatch, and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (generally shortened to CS:GO).
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