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Explosions have come a long way since the first white-on-black pixels flickered into existence in the early 1960s. But they've been a constant throughout gaming's evolution. So join us as we look back at some of the most important, and the most memorable. And, of course, the BIGGEST.
We've seen thousands of static screens telling us to hit start, but what's the point of this ancient tradition, and why is it still around today?
It's time for your fortnightly dose of GamesRadar UK, injected straight into your ears like the lovely soothing aural delight it so clearly is. This week, it's full of beards thanks to the addition of our Work Experience man, Marcus Beard. It's also full of gaming discussion, retro appreciation and an impromptu, two-word impression of a character from Resident Evil. One. And did we mention there are prizes to be won? Well, there are. Step right this way...
The Pokemon universe is a fairly horrifying place, filled with ghosts, gangs, and gods, not to mention the hundreds of disturbing monsters, just itching to engage in super-powered dog fights so that children can exchange badges...
At the beginning of the month we saw a lot of games come out, and now as the final week of March comes to a close we've mostly seen a lot of DLC along with new clips of upcoming games. So sit back and check out the awesomeness of all of them combined...
We take a look at the first games ever to be released with 3D graphics, and the first-ever first-person shooter and fighting game...
Could the reploids and energy weapons of 20XX ever really exist? We ask an AI researcher about the future of androids, and, what the hell, discuss the feasibility of secret volcano lairs...
This week's Supertrailer is a bit nostalgic with some chiptune beats to mash together this past week's primo trailers…
We gather official counts for the many appearances of Nintendo’s mustachioed frontman, as well as for Mega Man and Final Fantasy...
Our custom video follows one Goomba from the original Super Mario Bros on NES to see what he gets up to. It'll make you think differently about the little guys...
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