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Hidden Thursday: Enslaved: Odyssey to the West

by Ciaran Pempelfort - on Dec 12th 2013 - No Comments
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Our next hidden gem is another one of those games that didn’t sell as well as it should have.  Enslaved: Odyssey to the west, is one of those beautiful games that has tons of character, keeps you entertained and has a good story to match.  It’s also a long enough game, so you are getting value for your money. Enslaved is...

TGL Interview: Sony’s VP and MD of UK and Ireland Fergal Gara talks PS3, PS4 and the future

by Joseph Murphy - on Nov 29th 2013 - No Comments
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TGL’s Joseph Murphy recently had the chance to sit down with Sony’s VP and MD of UK and Ireland Fergal Gara. Gara spoke to us about the life-cycle of the PS3, the future strategy for PS Vita and PS Vita TV, Sony’s next-gen console hitting Ireland, the importance of indie developers to Sony’s long-term PS4 strategy,...

Join us

by Joseph Murphy - on Nov 18th 2013 - No Comments
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2013 has proved to be an eventful year for The Gaming Liberty to say the least, and now, we’re putting out the call that we want to expand our team. In July, as you might have seen, we stepped away from the daily grind of the site to re-evaluate things; our lives, the website… the future. As we did all of these things, there...

Kept you waiting, huh……?

by admin - on Oct 19th 2013 - 2 Comments
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Hi all, Four years ago today on October 19th 2009, a couple of enthusiastic friends with a love for all things gaming, started TheGamingLiberty.com. They were uncertain times for us, not least because we essentially had no idea just what we were doing or what we wanted to achieve with TGL. Four years on, you could be forgiven for thinking...

The Gaming Liberty: Thank you but this is the end…for now

by admin - on Jul 12th 2013 - 3 Comments
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It is with something of a heavy heart that we are announcing an indefinite hiatus of all things The Gaming Liberty as of right now. The decision comes after much soul searching on behalf of everyone at TGL, not least the original 2009 co-founders Joseph and Shane. This is something we thought we would never actually have to consider...

Let’s get talking: Ask TGL anything

by Joseph Murphy - on Jun 8th 2013 - No Comments
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We’re happy to launch a brand new feature on TGL which alllows you guys to ask us anything. The feature, which is a bit of an experiment, allows our follows and readers to pitch us questions via TGL itself, our facebook page, through email and even through twitter. Questions can be anything (gaming related or not), with the ones...

Ciaran Pempelfort joins TGL as PC news editor

by Joseph Murphy - on May 16th 2013 - No Comments
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Today, we’re delighted to announce the latest addition to the TGL team. It comes with great pleasure that we confirm Ciaran Pempelfort will be joining The Gaming Liberty as PC news editor. Ciaran will play a vital role in TGL’s commitment to news, and our expanding PC coverage. Ciaran will join Joseph Murphy, Shane Willoughby...

Heads-up: TGL server migration inbound

by Joseph Murphy - on May 2nd 2013 - No Comments
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A simple post folks: we thought we’d give you all heads-up on our incoming server migration. The migration, which should take 24 hours to fully propagate, will see TGL move to a new cloud-based server. We’re expecting this move to reduce loading times by a whopping 69% at the initial jump, with more tweaks and speed optimisation...

Retro Review- Gladiator Begins

by Retroplayer - on Feb 17th 2013 - No Comments
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  There are very few games based on the gladiatorial fighters of ancient Rome, as most Roman centric videogames focus on the epic battles that took place. This is understandable, of course, but the gladiator, the idea of a slave who must fight their way to freedom, is such an interesting basis for a game that I’m surprised it hasn’t...

You Should Play: Deadly Premonition

by Retroplayer - on Feb 3rd 2013 - No Comments
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Deadly Premonition is possibly one of the most critically polarizing games that has ever been released. IGN gave it 2/10, while Destructoid awarded it a strong 10/10. Who is right? Well, neither of them technically, but one more so than the other. Deadly Premonition, developed by Access Games and released in 2010, is both technically...

Want access to the SimCity beta? Grab your key here

by Joseph Murphy - on Jan 22nd 2013 - 8 Comments
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Want to get access to the SimCity beta that goes live this Friday? Then read on. TGL has teamed up with EA to give 50 lucky games the chance to gain access to the beta for SimCity. Going live this Friday, Friday the 25th, the beta will run until Monday the 28th and offer gamers an exclusive chance to get hands-on with the game. To get...

WIN: One of three Ubisoft titles for the Wii U – updated with winners!

by Joseph Murphy - on Jan 13th 2013 - No Comments
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–Competition is closed– We’d like to take this opportunity to congratulate the names below for bagging their title of choice! Winners are as follows: Assassin’s Creed 3: Richard Hogan ZombiU: Gary Gahan Just Dance 4: Craig Johnston Thanks to all that entered. –Original post– Have a Wii U? Fed up...

Wanna’ be part of the TGL community? Registration now open

by Joseph Murphy - on Jan 4th 2013 - 1 Comment
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Team TGL would like to announce that a new registration process for The Gaming Liberty.com is now open. “But what does that mean!?” I hear you protest loudly as you sip expensive red wine and fiddle with your moustache. Well, it means you can sign up to The Gaming Liberty.com, actively comment on posts, actively comment on our...

Goodbye 2012, Hello 2013!

by Retroplayer - on Dec 30th 2012 - No Comments
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It’s the end of 2012 already? Whoa! Whoa! Slow down, egghead. It seems like only a few months ago when I was watching the first trailer of The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey (and shitting fucking Lego bricks), and still knee deep in a new little game called Skyrim (a game where my aspiration was to execute Aerin in the most horrific...

TGL’s Best of 2012: Sound Shapes

by Shane Willoughby - on Dec 30th 2012 - No Comments
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TGL is looking back at our favourite games of 2012. Next up – Queasy Games’ “Sound Shapes”. Sound Shapes was originally released in August on PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita. Sound Shapes is perhaps one of the more literal, honest and unembroidered names to be given to any game in the last number of years; it is exactly...