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David Treharne

David Treharne
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David makes Video Games, and has a 2:1 BA Degree in Computer Game Design. http://www.davidstrife7.net

How Do We Define What Makes a ‘Game’? An In-Depth Discussion

While playing Final Fantasy XV, it got me thinking about the older entries in the franchise. I realised how 'hands on' the battle system of...

SpiritSphere Review

SpiritSphere manages to encapsulate what made the retro era great, but without falling short when it comes to presentation and gameplay.

Overview of Machinima Part 4: Notable Examples & Conclusion

This is our fourth and final part of our overview on machinima series. We've discussed its definition, its practical execution, and in part 3 we...

UK Retail Store GAME Launches “Belong” for Competitive Gaming Spaces

GAME has just announced the arrival of its "Belong" sections in-store. Put simply, Belong will offer areas where a variety of console and PC hardware is available to...

Which Final Fantasy Should You Start With?

With Final Fantasy XV just a few days away, masses of Final Fantasy fans around the world are excited to play a game that's been...

Top 10 Final Fantasy Games

In case it isn't apparent that I'm obsessed with Final Fantasy yet, here's more evidence to help back up that claim: a list of my...

Pirate Pop Plus Review

Pirate Pop Plus is a game that tries to emulate the good ol' days of the original Game Boy. Including such aesthetic pleasantries like a...

Top 10 Rhythm/Music Games of All Time

Music is the universal language of the world. Despite some cultural influences and differences, we all enjoy music in various forms and genres. No...

Overview Of Machinima Part 3: Communities & Content Hosting

Want to catch up on what you've missed so far? Read Overview of Machinima Part 1 and Part 2 first! So here we are, the third part...

Unbox Review

Unbox takes you back to a simpler time. The time of the 90's platformer to be exact. Anyone who grew up gaming in the 90s...

MMOs, Marriages and Roleplaying

Whilst I consider myself a devout gamer, one part of the stereotype I've not fulfilled is having a love for MMOs. Sure, I played...

Top 10 Game Series Based On Anime

In Japan, the culture between anime and games is tightly knit. To be an Otaku, is to usually be someone who obsesses as much...

Dimensional Intersection Review

Write a review on an abstract music VR experience they said. It'll be fun they said. Dimensional Intersection from Nicalis is something of a tricky title...

10 Sonic The Hedgehog Games That Define The Last 25 Years

Sonic the Hedgehog has been with us for a long time now - 25 years in fact! 2016 marks the 25th anniversary of everyone's favourite...

Quantity vs Quality: Is Deus Ex: Mankind Divided Too Short?

It was only yesterday that I finished Deus Ex: Mankind Divided. I took a completely stealth-based approach, with the only kills I accrued being...

Preview: Smash + Grab is more Third-Person Brawler than MOBA – and it’s all...

A Since League of Legends and Dota 2 dominated the MOBA scene, many games have come and gone with their attempts at emulating the...

The Collider 2 Review

Protect your planet by controlling a lone pilot that flies into the centre of the orbiting enemy mothership, avoiding obstacles and defeating enemies as...

Stardust Galaxy Warriors: Stellar Climax Review

I've played quite a few bullet-hell shmups over the years, and whilst many have come and gone, none have quite captured the feeling I used to get...

Top 10 Game Engines

The best engines for making games Whether you're looking to start up as an indie developer and need an intuitive and user-friendly experience to suit...

Infinium Strike Review

Tower defence is a weird genre. There's so many permutations of it that's it hard to draw clear distinctions sometimes. In a way, most strategy games...
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