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When Aaron isn't busting out his parents' old Sega Megadrive and playing way too much Mortal Kombat II in an attempt to re-live the classic days, he usually spends his days up to his neck podcasting about movies, covering events and of course writing about video games. Primed to take on anyone who critiques the genius of 2005's Timesplitters: Future Perfect, Aaron is the epitome of the term "Pop Culture Nerd" with the collection of comics, games and statues to prove it

Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links is a Fantastic Trip Down Memory Lane

Mobile title Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links is one of the most robust and faithful representations of the world’s most cherished card game.

5 Reasons to be Excited for Fire Emblem’s Smartphone Debut

Coming to Android and iOS on 2nd February, turn-based action has never looked so good on the small screen.

2064: Read Only Memories Review

In the same way that a certain Michael J. Fox might be tempted to take a trip to the past in order to secure...

Top 10 Fictional Video Games in Film, TV and Literature

From South Park to Toy Story, a lot of film and TV features its own parodies of video games we know and love. Here are some of the best.

Time To Let Go: Stop Re-Releasing Skyrim, Bethesda

Someone much smarter and articulate than me once expressed that, “If you love something, you should let it go”.

Aqua Moto Racing Utopia Review

It's a throwback to the likes of Wave Race 64 and Jet Moto, but is it more “Oh no!” than “Yeah buoy!”?

2016: The Year Where Developer Pedigree Became Important

For all of 2016’s ups and downs, I think it’s safe to assume that most gaming audiences were treated to a slew of high...

Rolling Bob Review

2D side-scrolling platformers today are a funny thing. While many seem to be on a mission to recreate the pixel accuracy of the 80s and...

Call of Duty’s Long-Forgotten ‘Extinction’ Mode is in Desperate Need of Return

Can you believe that it’s been over three years since the release of Activision’s most controversial entry in the Call of Duty series? Ghosts, while...

Make Mine Linear: The Importance of Narrative in Video Games

In a report made by Gamesindustry.biz towards the latter half of last week it was revealed that in an interview, Ubisoft chief creative officer...

Killing Floor 2 Review

Take a glance at the map around you following a round of Killing Floor 2’s many intense zed-blasting battles, and there’s sure to be...

Games That Changed Our Lives #34: TimeSplitters: Future Perfect

The games of today simply don’t feature enough time travel. There, I said it. Maybe it’s a theme just that little bit too retro for...

Moto Racer 4 Review

When it comes to racing games, I’m of the firm belief that if it manages to nail the overwhelming thrill of having the wind...

Xenoraid Review

By this point, I think it’s fair to say the top-down space shooter genre has built up a well-respected reputation for itself as being...

In Defence of Resident Evil 6

In the crazy medium that is video game entertainment, it’s not uncommon for fan-favourite and tent-pole franchises to evolve in the attempt of remaining...

Blazblue: Central Fiction Review

Even after putting over 15+ hours into Blazblue: Central Fiction, the voice of the fight announcer declaring the phrase “the henheel of fate is turning”...
Rise of the Tomb Raider

Climbing: the Last Mountain for Video Games to Overcome

Ever since a certain moustachioed Italian plumber taught us how to perform a hop, skip and a jump all within the first 30 seconds...

Castle Invasion: Throne Out Review

Catch a glance over my shoulder whilst I’m playing Castle Invasion: Throne Out, and you’d be forgiven for mistaking it as little more than...

Yomawari: Night Alone Review

Colourful, welcoming, uplifting and delightful: all words that I wouldn’t use to describe Yomawari: Night Alone, the latest Vita game from longstanding Japanese developer...

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