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The Month in Games – January 2021

Assassins travelling the globe, a comedic fright, a cult classic, and a twisted world await among the first gaming releases of 2021. Five Nights At Freddy’s: Core Collection A job like no other awaits in this collection. Freddy Fazbear’s Pizza is a beloved venue for families during the day, but by night it becomes a […]Read More

Gaming News: Sony Pulls Cyberpunk 2077 From PlayStation Store

In an unprecedented move, Sony announced that Cyberpunk 2077 has been removed from the PlayStation Store. The decision has come because of players noticing a significant difference in the quality of the game on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One compared to PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S and, most notably, PC versions of the game. Several […]Read More

Zeebo: A Seventh Generation Console We Never Got

Introduction Produced from 2009 to 2011, with a more limited global reach than offerings from Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo, the 3G-enabled Zeebo gaming platform was about winning over customers in developing nations where many consumers may have had little or no access to gaming technology and limited income to get into gaming with. Not only […]Read More

Gaming News: After 7 years of waiting Cyberpunk 2077 is

Cyberpunk 2077, the latest project from the well-known studio, CD Projekt Red is set to launch December 10th. There is a lot of buzz around this game after it’s announcement almost a decade ago and several delays. But finally, fans will finally get their chance to play the open world, futuristic RPG. With only a […]Read More

Final Games Of Consoles Past: Edition Two

Many technology products have a limited lifespan before being phased out and replaced with something brand new, and game consoles are no different. In the second edition of this feature, we delve into the last ever European releases for some more well-known game systems. The consoles being focused on this time are: Nintendo GameCube, the […]Read More

Examining Nintendo’s 3DS Rival: Sony’s PlayStation Vita

Introduction Despite the rise of the smartphone, which can provide competitive videogame experiences alongside an array of other things, there is still an interest out there for dedicated handheld game systems. The Nintendo 3DS turned up in the UK retail market in early 2011, with the standout feature being the often referenced (glasses free) 3D […]Read More

Assassin’s Creed III – Unity. Going industrial

The Assassin’s Creed series moved away from the European and the Middle Eastern setting which had served as the backbone of the original game to Revelations for the second main segment of the franchise beginning with Assassin’s Creed III. This game moved the series to North America, which would also make up the backbone of later […]Read More

Popular game ‘The Last Of Us’ gets HBO series greenlight

The Last of Us, the popular Playstation video game series, is coming to the small screen via HBO. The show will be written and produced by Neil Druckmann, the writer of the first game, and Craig Mazin, the creator of the critically acclaimed 2019 Chernobyl drama. The Last Of Us will be shown on HBO […]Read More

The Month in Games: December 2020

As we bid 2020 farewell, the final gaming releases of the year include immersive wartime adventures, Greek gods and monsters, a battle against time (and a dragon), gang warfare prohibition style and a little game called Cyberpunk 2077. Empire of Sin Make your moves to control the streets of Chicago in this turn-based strategy. Set […]Read More

Golden Joystick 2020 Winners Announced

The winners of the 2020 Golden Joystick Awards have been announced. Like many other gaming events in 2020, this year’s awards ceremony was broadcast on social media, Twitch and YouTube. The pre-show, hosted by voice actor Travis Willingham, featured a look back at 2020 in gaming. With contributions from various figures within the gaming industry […]Read More

Behind the Demon’s Door – The Demon’s Souls Remake’s Hidden

Since its release, the Demon’s Souls remake on the Playstation 5 has been garnering critical acclaim, introducing new players to an underrated classic and providing veterans with polished visuals and quality of life changes that only enhance the experience. However, one thing that has kept the player base perplexed has been a mysterious door hidden […]Read More

New Nintendo Guidelines Ban the Use of Politics in Animal

Animal Crossing: New Horizons was released at the best time possible for establishing a sense of community in an otherwise isolated time. Just as we found ourselves confined to our homes for an indeterminate period, Nintendo’s latest addition to its most heart-warming franchise was nothing short of a lockdown miracle. Though locked indoors, gamers began […]Read More