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Game News: Sims Fans in South Korea Raise Concerns about

After a few days of teasing The Sims 4 has announced their newest expansion pack Sims 4: Snowy Escape. On the surface, this pack has got fans excited. Skiing, trains and a new building style vastly different from the American suburb that is usually seen in the game.  Snowy Escape has a large focus on […]Read More

Epic Games v Apple: US Judge Rules in Favour of

On Friday, the 9th of October, Judge Yvonne Gonzales Rogers ruled against Apple’s decision to revoke Epic Games’ developer account, but maintained her stance banning Fortnite from returning to the App Store in its current state.  The two tech giants’ legal feud started when Epic Games tried to bypass the App Store’s 30% sharing cut […]Read More

Game Review: Spelunky 2

Released: September 2020 Rating: T (Violence, Blood, Simulated Gambling) The sequel to the cult-classic platform game, Spelunky, came out a couple of weeks ago (aptly titled Spelunky 2) and there are a lot of good things to say about it. Familiar, But Better Almost every new feature expands on what made the original so beloved, […]Read More

Among Us: The Game that is Combatting the Isolating Impact

The video game Among Us has gained enormous popularity in recent months due to its online party mode where gamers can play with their friends and socialise at a distance during the COVID-19 pandemic. This comes as lockdown measures have once again begun to tighten across the UK, spurring many young people to put down their pub […]Read More

Motion Gaming You May Have Missed: Part Two

Motion gaming is something that has had highs and lows popularity-wise. While most of us know about the likes of the Nintendo Wii and the Kinect sensor that was big in the Xbox 360 years there have been a number of other examples of motion gaming that are a tad less well known and indeed […]Read More

Exploring Sony’s Nintendo Wii Rival

The casual gaming market saw Nintendo strike gold with their game-changing Wii console and, naturally, Sony and Microsoft each wanted a slice of the action, leading us to the PlayStation Move motion controllers and the controller-free Kinect in 2010. The PlayStation Move controllers were first designed with the PS3 in mind and are not entirely […]Read More

The Month in Games – October 2020

This month’s gaming releases include a trip to a galaxy far, far away along with a new tale from a beloved franchise, the chance to liberate London, an opportunity to test your skills on the pitch, and the chance to delve deep into untold horrors.Read More

Voting Opens For Golden Joystick Awards 2020

GamesRadar today announced that public voting has opened for the 2020 Golden Joystick Awards, which will be an online ceremony as with similar awards events this year. 18 categories are available for the public to vote on, including awards for Nintendo, Playstation, PC and Xbox Games of the Year respectively. Additional key categories available for […]Read More

Sony issues apology following PS5 pre-order chaos

Sony has apologised for the chaos surrounding pre-orders of its brand-new PS5 console and has promised that more pre-orders will be made available over the coming days. The corporation released the apparently genuine but brief apology on Saturday, via the official PlayStation Twitter account. The tweet acknowledged that “PS5 preorders could have been a lot […]Read More

Gaming News: PlayStation 5 Showcase Recap

Sony has announced more details about the upcoming release of the PlayStation 5. Revealing the details in an online presentation, Sony also gave fans a look at some of the titles that are in development for the next-gen console. First up was the announcement of Final Fantasy XVI. Featuring a medieval setting, fans got a […]Read More

Gaming News: September Ubisoft Forward Recap

Ubisoft has hosted their second Ubisoft Forward event. Streamed online, the event revealed new details about upcoming releases and new content for their existing titles. Shortly before the presentation began, Ubisoft released a video statement on social media from CEO Yves Guillemot, in which he addressed the recent scandals in the company. Included in this […]Read More

Mass Effect 2 Won’t Let Me Be Mean

So, I recently started playing Mass Effect 2 (2010) – I know, ten years late to the whole thing – and I rather enjoyed it. As a fan of strategy games, the combination of role-playing elements and third-person gun-play is an invigorating change. Through the first couple of playthroughs, though, I was pretty much exclusively […]Read More