Gaming

Fallout 4 – Jared Moore

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I started my adventure into Fallout 4 the same way I have every Fallout game: as a lone wanderer, except this time instead of standing in the barren wasteland known as New Vegas I...

Trope Spotlight – Levels

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Levels – the clear progression system to guide you through your epic adventure and one of the video games’ defining features. As players we hardly ever think about level...

What I'm Playing – SUPERHOT

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Normally, when writing an article or review of a game, I spend my time trying to convince you that the content before you is so good that you should spend your hard earned money...

The Binding Of Isaac: Afterbirth Review

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When I loaded up the Binding of Isaac again, after a few months of weaning myself off from its fiendishly addictive gameplay, I held a disposition that contained a mix of...

Roguelikes and their Addictive Legacy

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1980 saw the game Rogue released to the middle aged nerds of today, a time when zombies represented by a capital Z were cutting-edge. The game popularised dungeon-crawling game...

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...