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Shining Light on Nintendo’s Forgotten RPG Series Golden Sun

Despite Nintendo’s long list of properties and genre explorations, they have very few RPGs under their belt. One of them, Golden Sun, hasn’t been...

Dishonored 2 First Impressions

The day has finally come: Dishonored 2 is available now for those who have pre-ordered, and I've spent enough time with an Xbox One copy to...

Everything We Know About Mass Effect: Andromeda

Bioware and EA revealed the next chapter in the Mass Effect saga yesterday - otherwise known as N7 Day. While practically no gameplay was...

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...

‘Snow’ Gives You a New Way to Play Alpine Sports

The aptly named Snow is a game all about snowboarding and skiing. Who would have thought? It’s all about skill and precision; you are always...

The Little Acre is the Most Adorable Game You’ll Play This Year

What a wonderful little gem The Little Acre could turn out to be this year. Its hand drawn art style takes me back to...

Free Game Friday: Blameless

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

Looking Back Over 25 Years of the Mana Series: The RPG Tree of Life

This month marks the 25th Anniversary of the Mana series, which began on weird terms. The first game launched for the Game Boy in...
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...

Free Game Friday: Wonderputt

This week's Free Game Friday is Wonderputt, a super fun browser game from Kongregate.com.

Let’s All Just Stop Hating on Bethesda, Shall We?

By the way the internet has been bad-mouthing Bethesda over the last couple of days, you'd be forgiven for thinking they've been out on a mass-murdering...

Are Strategy Games the Last Bastion of Old-School Gaming?

Strategy games demand patience and force the player to plan every move meticulously rather than just click in rapid succession. That’s one of the...

What Will the Price of Nintendo Switch be?

Knowing fairly vague details about Nintendo Switch so far makes it rather difficult to predict what its price point will be. What we do...

What’s the Real Deal with Nintendo Switch?

Last Thursday Nintendo set the hearts of all its fans on fire by finally revealing what the previously-codenamed NX was all about. We’re getting...

Free Game Friday: Dojo of Death

For this week’s Free Game Friday we’re taking a look at Dojo of Death, a really fun, quick, and easy browser game available on Kongregate.com.

Nintendo Switch: Will Ingenuity Lead To Success?

Nintendo has finally alleviated the stress of hundreds of thousands of gamers. The Nintendo Switch is here, it is real, and it is coming....

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...

Free Game Friday: Disturbed

Put on your footy pajamas and grab your baby blanket because for this week’s Free Game Friday we’re taking a look at the creepy indie horror game Disturbed.

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...

What Bioshock Has Taught Me About Modern Game Design

Game designers should listen to the challenges that older masterpieces like Bioshock issue them and use the strengths from them for the better.
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