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Blacksad: Under the skin - The next great detective game?

Blacksad: Under the Skin – The Next Great Detective Game?

You may not of heard of Blacksad: Under the skin, so let me introduce you. Blacksad is a noir tale, set in a 1950s New York, inhabited entirely by anthropomorphic animals. Based on a French series of graphic novels, Blacksad: Under The Skin releases ...

Top 5 memorable Grand Theft Auto missions

Top 5 Memorable Grand Theft Auto Missions

There are so many memorable missions throughout the Grand Theft Auto series, it would be difficult to compile an objective list of them all. Still, there are five missions that stand out in my mind as memorable, whether because of difficulty, story i...

The Witcher 3 Still Proving Microtransactions Unnecessary

The Witcher 3 Still Proving Microtransactions Unnecessary

CD Projekt Red has always held a torch for those against microtransaction culture in gaming. Public statements like “we leave the greed to others” stand as one of many examples of how they understand us. More importantly it is seen in their business ...

Top 10 Fire Emblem: Three Houses Waifus/Husbandos

With a month out in the world, the characters of Fire Emblem: Three Houses have made their impact felt on the gaming community. With close to 200 hours to my name, I chronicle the characters that made the most impact on me and allow me to keep coming...

Wolfenstein: A dying colossus?

Wolfenstein: A Dying Colossus?

Wolfenstein is a series that has transcended several generations due to a subject matter that seems more relevant now than at any time in the recent past. However, If you remove the subject matter, you're left with a franchise struggling with bland l...

Call of Duty Is Shooting Itself In The Foot With Microtransactions

Call of Duty Is Shooting Itself in the Foot with Microtransactions

In a recent financial call, Activison Chief Operating Officer, Coddy Johnson bigs up the successes of Call of Duty Black Ops 4. In his statement, he discusses the game’s player retention. He also dances around the subject of microtransactions, which ...

Gamescom 2019: What to expect

Gamescom 2019: What to Expect

With Gamescom just around the corner, it's time to look at everything we expect to see at the event. All major platforms will be out in force, giving all those attending to go hands-on with the most anticipated games of 2019. Gamescom takes place in ...

Nintendo’s 4 Greatest Console Game Stars

Nintendo is the Disney of the gaming industry. The big N's game designers have given the gaming industry some of its most iconic stars. Those stars have starred in expansive game series that the big N has continued from the 1980s up to the present da...

Destroy All Humans: A long awaited resurrection

Destroy All Humans: A Long Awaited Resurrection

Destroy All Humans released in 2005, a year chock full of fantastic games like Resident Evil 4 & God of War. Although not as widely remembered as those games, Destroy All Humans managed to impress with its fun gameplay & genuinely likable characters....

Splitgate In Dire Need of Dev Intervention as Player Counts Dwindle

Splitgate In Dire Need of Dev Intervention as Player Counts Dwindle

Splitgate is a great game for PC gamers hankering for an old school competitive shooter. Splitgate is an entirely unapologetic homage to the glory days of Halo. But like all free to play titles, Splitgate will have to emerge from a sink or swim in-ga...

The top 5 Grand Theft Auto games

Top 5 Grand Theft Auto Games

The GTA series has been around for over twenty years, spanning four console generations & fifteen games. These crime epics have provided uncountable hours of memories over the years, but some instalments stand out from the rest. Here are my top 5 GTA...

Top 5 Damaging Issues In Today’s Games Industry

Top 5 Damaging Issues In Today’s Games Industry

Today, the games industry is the largest grossing arm of the entertainment world. It has sailed past the likes of film and music, globally generating more than $135 billion as of the end of last year. But should money really be considered a fair meas...

The Simpsons: Hit & Run – A Walk Down Memory Lane

Games based on TV shows or movies are rarely outstanding experiences, often cashing in on an established fan base. Some have managed to break out of this cycle of mediocrity & gain a cult following in their own right; The Simpsons: Hit & Run is one s...

GTA V’s Casino is a Horseman of the Gaming Apocalypse

GTA V's casino update is a giant middle-finger to the gaming community. While "are loot boxes gambling" is argued, Rockstar releases literal gambling. This is disgusting. I may be an old man yelling at clouds, but I don't want it to rain on gaming an...

Fallout 76

Bethesda Game Studios: What Happened to the Once-Great Game Developer?

Bethesda has been struggling over the last couple of years with falling sales & disappointing releases. Fallout 76 has pushed the question of quality to the forefront of the industry and what should be considered a sellable product. What has happened...

Who Is The Nintendo Switch Lite For?

The reveal of the Nintendo Switch Lite has caused some to wonder who is it actually for? I think there's quite a simple reason to why it may end up being popular and why I'll be picking one up. The Nintendo Switch Lite comes out September 20th. Ninte...

Fallout 4 Graphics Insanity – Top Mods to Make it Look Next-Gen

Do you want your Fallout 4 graphics mods to surpass modern games? Well look no further as our list of mods will make your game look absolutely next-gen as we cover every major visual category. We bring you mods with textures in the 2 to 8k range, new...

Top Ten Most Beautiful Game Soundtracks

Top 10 Most Beautiful Game Soundtracks

The most beautiful music in entertainment is often found in the medium of videogames. Criminally going by unnoticed by the wider world, videogames have spawned a beautiful library of stunning musical efforts. Given the wide variety of themes handled ...

Jak 2 Renegade: A Walk Down Memory Lane

I recently replayed a game from my childhood called Jak 2: Renegade. Many years have passed since its initial 2002 release and I wanted to see if I remembered it as fondly as I did as a child. Here are some of my thoughts on one what I believe to be ...

Top Skyrim Player Home Mods: Mansion Edition

Player home mods are a huge part of Skyrim endgame. Additionally, they are mostly conflict-free so you can have dozens of them without needing to worry about those pesky CTD's. With that in mind, we decided to bring you a larger list of player home m...

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