A Slippery Slope Let’s talk about loot boxes and premium currency. Somewhere in the last couple of years, mobile games created a new way to make money. The traditional method involved just buying the game or watching advertisements. They then found that, if they made their game free to play, […]

This week in video game history . . . it’s a dog eat dog world, it’s time to split again, we look at Resident Evil (but with swords), and a greatly overlooked Sega console. Bully (2006) This week in 2006, Rockstar Games released Bully, also known as Canis Canem Edit. Bully […]

I always approach an Early Access game with a bit of caution. Some are good, such as Kerbal Space Program and Kona, which showed tons of potential when I purchased it whilst it was still in early access. I learnt about Overgrowth as hearsay mostly, it was going to be […]

The FIFA series of games has often been a source of great annoyance to both its fans and its critics. Every year another FIFA arrives, and every year it receives the same complaints and questions. Fans routinely purchase this game annually without question only to play and wonder, just what has changed? What about […]

When you’ve reached the top of the mountain, in this case the Misty Mountains, it is always difficult to make that climb again. Case in point, Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor won a multitude of Game of the Year awards in 2014.When the sequel, Middle-earth: Shadow of War, as announced all eyes were on Monolith Productions and Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment to not just replicate their success but to surpass it. Well, have no fear, faithful guardians of Gondor, Shadow of War is that and so much more.

On the 2nd of February, 1959, a group of nine experienced hikers from the Ural Polytechnic Institute headed into the northern Ural Mountains. Their destination: Otorten. However, as snowstorms and decreasing visibility caused them to lose their way as they trekked through the mountainous landscape, they established a camp on […]