Tag : video games

Video Game Review: Red Dead Redemption 2

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Rockstar have once again lived up to their name and truly proven exactly why they are the rockstars of the gaming industry with their latest title ‘Red Dead Redemption 2’. Set 12 years prior to the original Red Dead Redemption and following the story of Arthur Morgan, the game immediately … Read More

Fallout 76: The Beta Bug That Deletes 50G Of Data

4 weeks ago / 0 comments

Bethesda Games Studios’ recent release of the Beta version of the much-anticipated game Fallout 76 has come with a major problem. Players of the Beta encountered a bug that automatically deletes the entire 50GB game. What is Beta Gaming? When a video game company releases a game in its Beta … Read More

The Best Multiplayer Games to Play with your Flatmates

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Mario Kart – Nintendo Wii There’s nothing better for bonding with new people than the tried and tested mix of nostalgia and intense competition. Mario Kart delivers on both fronts. There’s nothing more satisfying than smacking your new flatmate with a red shell – then laughing about it afterwards. Although … Read More

PS4’s Spider-Man: With Great Game Comes a Great Experience

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In the weeks after Spider-Man for PS4 was released, there is one thing that can be said about the game: it definitely makes you feel like a superhero. The smoothness of the gameplay and the fighting, as well as the storyline and the cinematic qualities of Spider-Man, make it possibly … Read More

Fifa 19: The Fifa Fallacy

2 months ago / 0 comments

It’s that time of year again in the gaming world where EA rolls out Fifa 19 at a hefty £59.99 on the PlayStation Store. This version promises updated gameplay in the form of precision ball control, the usual updates to player ratings, teams and kits, and the long-awaited inclusion of … Read More

Skyrim Remastered – Has the video game industry run out of ideas?

2 years ago / 0 comments

After years of waiting, at the 2016 E3 gaming conference, Bethesda finally confirmed that the remastered edition of Skyrim will be available on PS4, PC and Xbox One later this year. The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition will contain the original game as well as add-on content, with improved … Read More

Serena: Herald of the point-and-click renaissance

3 years ago / 0 comments

Was it a good idea to play Serena at midnight, after three glasses of wine, in a darkened room? Probably not. Even though Serena lasted only forty-five minutes in the same darkened, dusty cabin, I thought I’d be relieved when I got to the end. But the end…well, in the … Read More

Video Games – increased aggression or a healthy pass time?

3 years ago / 0 comments

Rock n’ Roll, Television and Social media. In the days when these developments first came about it was thought they would negatively impact society and create anti-social cynics out of younger generations. This led to headlines suggesting that these forms of media were responsible for all the world’s problems and … Read More

Halo Darkness My Old Friend

3 years ago / 0 comments

Tasked with the daunting challenge of giving an overview of the entire Halo series in the run-up to the release of Halo 5, I decided to replay a few levels from what was arguably the franchise’s zenith – Halo 3. Upon starting it up and hearing the haunting choral theme … Read More

A Spoiler-Free Look At Video Game Endings

3 years ago / 0 comments

He was dead all along. She was working for the villain. It was all a dream. We recognise these phrases from a catalogue of plot-twist endings that have become almost ludicrously ingrained in popular culture. Books, movies, and TV shows might have been doing it for longer than video games, … Read More