gaming Tag Archive

A guide to summer gaming

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Summer has arrived, and while the opportunity to relax outside is tempting indeed, it sure does seem like the perfect chance to spend some quality time playing video games! I’m...

E3 expo roundup: the good, the bad and the ugly

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As with every E3, this year’s expo, there was a boatload of announcements and as ever, not all of them were good- so here’s a look at the very best (and worst) of this...

Stress-busting game: Euro Truck Simulator 2

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Gerry Hart takes us on a ride through his favourite game to relax to....

Aardman’s “stop motion video game”

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Haaris Qureshi takes a look at Aardman's new frame of mind regarding video games....

Review: Mega Man 11

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Alex Darbyshire takes a look at the latest entry to an age-old series...

The case for a Nintendo Switch ‘Pro’

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George Boatfield shares his views on why the Switch deserves a more powerful model With the recent reports of an upgraded Switch console that’s set to release in the summer of...

Author of The Witcher demands £12m in royalties from CD Projekt Red

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Alex Moore explores the controversy surrounding the Witcher and its writer....

Rainbow Arcade Kickstarter launched alongside museum exhibit

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'20gayteen' in games: Kelly South takes a look at LGBT game archive in Germany...

Creating an Atmosphere through Sound: How Video Games use Music

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For me, one of the major things to make or break a game is how music is used. If there’s a good soundtrack, or a useful mechanic related to music, I’m a lot more enthusiastic...

Memory Card: The Sims 2 (2004)

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Eimear Flynn takes us on a trip down her simulated memory lane....