Gaming

Resident Evil Umbrella Corps Review

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It was the 16th of September 2015 when Masachika Kawata took the stage at Sony’s Tokyo Game Show conference. You could feel the eagerness build when Capcom unveiled the 20th...

Fallout 3 & New Vegas Retrospective

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When DLC is done well, it tends to add an entirely unique storyline that links to the main story of the game, but often does so loosely. It provides interesting and memorable...

Fallout Retrospective: Suddenly, Obsidian

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Jared Moore steps into the shoes of the Courier for, um, the Courier in the penultimate chapter of our look back at Fallout...

Review: Halo 5: Guardians

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Errol Kerr straps in and prepares to drop as Master Chief returns. Again....

Fallout Retrospective: Enter Bethesda

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Post-nuclear roleplaying action enters the third dimension (and the first person) as week two of our Fallout retrospective brings James McCoull onto Fallout 3...

Remake or Mistake?

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Peter Moore, The Chief Operating Officer of EA, spoke out saying that EA had little interest in re-releasing the company’s older titles on newer platforms. In fact, he went as...

What I'm Playing: Outlast

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Jared Moore checks into Mount Massive for some edge-of-your-seat thrills...

Review: Life is Strange Episode 5: Polarised

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Charlotte Huggins wraps up the series - but does it go with a bang or a whisper?...

Fallout Retrospective – The Interplay Years

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“When you see Fallout, you know it - hell, when you read Fallout you know it. Interplay’s legacy is well and truly secured...”...

Memory Card – The Simpsons: Hit & Run

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Today I’ll be talking about a game fondly remembered from my childhood – The Simpsons: Hit and Run. A favourite for children of all ages (adults included) this game...