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Mobile Gaming May Not Be Killing the Console, But is Sure is Hurting it

You may remember a lot of hyperbole a few years ago about how the mobile market was killing the traditional console and PC space...

Miitomo: What on Earth is it?

If you have a smart phone or some sort of mobile device, a tablet or whatever, as well as a presence on social media,...

A closer look at Niten, a Kickstarter Project by Donald Macdonald

In the last few years, the rise of crowdfunded video games has been phenomenal. It seems now almost every project, bar the very biggest AAA...

A Closer Look at City of the Shroud

I first encountered City of the Shroud at EGX Rezzed 2016 in London. The poster art caught my eye: a looming, priestly figure with...

Free Game Friday: Killing Moon

Not only is Friday a day to celebrate the oncoming weekend, get a takeaway and go out for a couple of bevvies with your...

Games That Changed Our Lives #23: Grand Theft Auto (Part One)

With the first title released in 1997, the Grand Theft Auto series began its (so far) 18-year journey as a top-down, 2D action title and...

The Fall and Rise of Final Fantasy

It's a series that's been ongoing since 1987, so with the announcement and demo release of Final Fantasy XV this month, I thought I'd...

Zombie Party Early Access Preview

Despite being Early Access, Zombie Party has a shedload of content. Four game modes, tons of characters, heaps of guns and huge amounts of madness. And...

Free Game Friday: Slither.io

Not only is Friday a day to celebrate the oncoming weekend, get a takeaway and go out for a couple of bevvies with your...

Crush Your Enemies Preview

There isn’t much better than violence, cursing, and of course, beer. Crush Your Enemies manages to deliver these in the form of a strategy-heavy, almost...

Games That Changed Our Lives #22: Wizkid

As a young child, I spent my days sneaking into my older brother's bedroom in the hope of scoring some time on his Amiga 500....

Can Survival Horror Survive? The Future of the Genre

"That house," Detective Castellanos whispers. "I’ve never been there, but it seems familiar." These words from the protagonist of The Evil Within are both...

Jalopy Preview

Jalopy is an interesting prospect. Your uncle has come into possession of a Laika 601 Deluxe - a fictional motorcar named after one of...

OSVR HDK – A Possible Low Budget VR Solution?

All of the recent Virtual Reality buzz being discussed in the media has been massively focused on the war between mainly the Oculus Rift...

A quick look at Kill Strain

You wouldn’t expect a game like Kill Strain from Sony San Diego Studio. Up until now they are most widely known for the annual MLB...

Free Game Friday: Interactive Fiction

Not only is Friday Sunday a day to celebrate the oncoming weekend, get a takeaway and go out for a couple of bevvies with...

Games That Changed Our Lives #21: Sonic The Hedgehog

If you needed a mascot for your brand and your competitor had a podgy plumber with a noticeable nose and magnificent moustache, who or what...

Thank You For Playing: The Rise And Fall of Iconic Video Game Magazines

Thank You For Playing: Iconic Video Game Magazines describes a bygone era, an era in which magazines could take risks and ‘every game was new’. The...

An In-depth Look at Final Fantasy XV Platinum Demo

I'm a massive Final Fantasy fan. It's the main reason why I got so involved with gaming at an early age. Whilst there's no...

The Banner Saga 2: First Impressions

When the first installment of The Banner Saga was released, there were a number of enticing features that prompted my purchase. Art was a huge...
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