Tags : video games

Steel Division 2: Fight A Mile in Zhukov’s Shoes

If you ever find yourself staring blankly at a wall muttering “man, I really need more protected mobility,” then seek professional help…or stop playing Steel Division 2 (2019). Steel Division 2 is the latest offering from Eugen Systems. It’s a real-time tactics game simulating brigade level battles on the eastern front of WW2 during Operation […]Read More

Crafting Cognition: AI in Video Games

For as long as games have been worth playing, they have implemented at least some form of Artificial Intelligence, or AI. An integral part to the gaming world, examples can be found in almost every genre, from the enemies in classic shooters to the incessant ghosts in Pac-Man. However, despite the ubiquity of AI, it […]Read More

Gaming News: ‘Silent Hill’ Coming to ‘Dead by Daylight’

Coinciding with its four year anniversary celebrations, ‘Dead by Daylight’ has announced its latest update. In a livestream hosted by the game’s director, Matthew Cote of Behaviour Studios, the new chapter has been revealed to be a crossover collaboration with Konami in the form of ‘Silent Hill’. It will feature the iconic Pyramid Head and […]Read More

When the Fun Stops, Stop: The Problem with FIFA

Once a year, EA release the latest instalment of its flagship game, FIFA, which seems to thrive on compulsive gaming habits. The danger is that such mechanics eventually inspire a lifestyle that very quickly becomes hard to go back on. It’s all too easy to arrange a commute around new content or a weekend around an online league. Eventually, payday can quite easily finance a summer sat inside, waiting for the release of a few blue cards.Read More