Saturday, October 24, 2020


EA @ E3 2018… Why God, Why?

Electronic Arts at E3. Nothing drains the E3 hype from me than watching an hour and a half show where EA suits show us...

Recent Titles We Should Have Loved – But Were Ruined by...

There are still some publishers and devs with the backbone to release full games. However, it is getting rarer that we can enjoy a game without horrific Bernaysian voodoo trying to wrench our wallets back open.

Ubisoft @ E3 2018 – The New EA?

I'm not sure how I feel about the upcoming [email protected] 2018. These last few years they seem to be making their show even longer with 2016's coming close to 2 hours in length.

Nintendo @ E3 2018 – Super Smash Bros, Splatoon 2, Pokémon...

With the runaway success of the Switch, strong 3rd-party support and some management changes this year, this Nintendo fanboy doubts he will be disappointed

Six simple PC games for your child in 2018

There are thousands of games that you can download for your kids, but only a handful that are good enough for your kids to play. Here are six simple and fun games for your child to play on PC

Reggie’s Love Affair with: The Legend of Zelda Series

At the tender age of twelve, a smaller but still bearded Reggie stepped into Hyrule for the first time. Nearly two decades later and TLoZ series is still making him fall in love with it all over again. Here's Reggie's Love Affair with... The Legend of Zelda

E3 2018 is ‘Squeaky Bum Time’ for Xbox One as an...

Half the lifetime sales of PS4, behind Switch every month in sales - Xbox One is circling the drain and E3 2018 is likely their last chance this generation to claw back lost market share.

Reggie’s Love Affair with: the Pokémon Franchise

The first time Reggie laid eyes on these exotic pocket monster, he did not know was about to embark on a two-decade long love affair...

Are Iterative Consoles a Betrayal to Console Gamers? Editor’s Debate

An idiot and a senile old man duke it out about whether or not console manufacturers are undermining a traditional console gaming strength by cluttering their line-up and forcing iterative upgrades

The History of FPS: From Gibs to Grenades

The term “First Person Shooter” Is now a household phrase linked to big franchises such as “Call of Duty”, “Battlefield” and “Halo”. The FPS...