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Destiny 2, Loneliness and the State of Humanity

Destiny 2 is a fantastic video game. It took Bungie a while to figure out how to give Destiny a soul beyond the constant grind for loot and Destiny 2…

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A simple solution to the problem of microtransactions

All the gaming world seems to be talking about right now is loot boxes and microtransactions. Middle Earth: Shadow of War decided to destroy of all the good will the…

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Is Early Access Better than a Full Release?

If you look up early access on steam there are over 1,000 games to choose from. That is a significant amount of games that are available to play but have yet to have…

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Remembering Nintendo’s Gunpei Yokoi

Twenty years ago the world lost a great man: Gunpei Yokoi. Gunpei Yokoi was the designer of the original Gameboy and a key piece in Nintendo’s early success. On the…

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Why There Isn’t More Magical Realism In Games, And Why There Should Be

What with the brilliant TV adaptation of American Gods and an impressive return to the small rural town of Twin Peaks, this has been a great year for televised magical realism. This has got me…

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10 PlayStation 3 Games You’ve Probably Never Played But Should (Part 2)

The PlayStation 3 has a lot of games that aren’t as well appreciated as they should be. You can find my first 10 PS3 hidden gems here. After reading this, I…

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15 Rare PlayStation 3 Games (Part 1 of 3)

The PlayStation 3 is a relatively new console so there isn’t a lot of information regarding rare games on the system. Most of the lists I’ve found just annoyed me…

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Will No Man’s Sky Ever Get Redemption?

With the recent update to No Man’s Sky and it bringing many of the things that players originally wanted in the game, it begs the question, can No Man’s Sky ever…

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10 PlayStation 3 Games You’ve Probably Never Played But Should

There were a lot of great games released on the PlayStation 3 throughout its lifetime and some of them haven’t been very well appreciated despite how enjoyable they actually are….

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Is There Such Thing As Good Microtransactions?

“Micro” transactions….£100 please. Nothing beats that sweet sweet rage of spending £50 on a hip new game. Maybe you even bought a season pass to go with it to show…

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The 8 Best Games Within Other Games!

Finding a fun video game that not many people have heard about is a thrill. However, finding a fun video game within another game, is a thrill on another level….

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Middle Earth: Shadow Of War Will Have Microtransactions

That’s right! The highly anticipated sequel to Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor will allow players to use real money to obtain in-game gear. I was very excited for this game…

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Destiny 2 Beta Review: A Pocketful of Promise

A week after the beta ended, where does the sequel to the 2014 smash-hit Destiny stand? Throwing players into the first mission, Destiny 2 seems set to take on a…

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Fear the Undead: What is the Most Terrifying Zombie Game?

With October two months away, everyone can be excited for all the upcoming horror games. Nothing is more fun than that uneasy feeling of being watched, not knowing if running…

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Finding The Seitengrat – Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age’s Strongest Weapon

It’s not very common for a game developer to include a weapon so unbelievably good that the entire game becomes as hard as eating pizza in bed. Well, that’s basically…

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PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds: Tips for staying alive and killing people!

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) is one of the most intense and anxiety inducing games I have ever played. It is also one of the hardest games to win. When you start the game, it…

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Rocket League: Tips for Stepping Up Your Game!

Rocket League is a game that is easy to play but hard to master. Many of the pros have thousands of hours in the game. For someone who is just…

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Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age Is All I’ll Ever Need

If anybody ever asks you to choose just one game to play for the rest of your life, would you be able to pick just one? It’s an interesting question,…

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Enough With COD Zombies, Bring Back Spec Ops

When Call of Duty WWII releases later this year, it will be the fourth entry in the series in a row to do so with a COD zombies mode. Of…

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Procedural Generation: Where can it go from here?

Creating and crafting massive interactive worlds for gamers to unleash themselves upon has become a core pillar of modern gaming. The saturation of open-world games or sandbox environments for us…

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Paradox Bows to Consumer Pressure – 4 Reasons Why Gamers Are Powerful Consumers

Earlier this month, in response to a display of significant consumer power, Paradox Interactive announced they plan to give free games to customers affected by a recent pricing scandal. The announcement…

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New Research Says Video Games can Help Gamers to Make Friends! Happy Days

Gamers to make friends….? The perceived impact of video games on the social lives of gamers has been a widely contested issue from pretty much the dawn of gaming. Politicians,…

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Call of Duty Zombies for Idiots: The Finale, Revelations (17/17)

Revelations promises to be a thrilling conclusion of the Origins crew, this map brings all our favourites into the aether to find a conclusion to this tale of split time and…

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Bullying’s newest frontier: Rise of gaming’s online abuse and ‘griefing’

Reading the newspaper this morning I came across a story about a teenager who took their own life after online bullying. This makes three different cases reported the past few…

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Call of Duty Zombies for Idiots: Gorod Krovi (16/17)

Welcome to Gorod Krovi translated as the City of Blood. You may recognise some of the surroundings as Stalingrad, but this isn’t the usual World at War map with some…

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Call of Duty Zombies for Idiots: Zetsubou No Shima (15/17)

We move over to an isolated Island around Micronesia to continue our task of killing ourselves but different versions, time to hunt down Takeo. Many new elements make their debut…

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Call of Duty Zombies for Idiots: Der Eisendrache (14/17)

In a map, which I would argue is one of the most picturesque views of any Zombies map…well my usual view in any Zombies map is a red screen or…

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Call of Duty Zombies for Idiots: The Giant and Primis (13/17)

After a long break we are reunited with the original playable characters that started off this crazy zombies story, we pick up where Origins left off in the remake of…

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Call of Duty Zombies for Idiots: Shadows of Evil (12/17)

  We reach Black Ops 3 and the player is really thrown into the deep end with this one. Shadows of Evil brings in four new playable characters are introduced…

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Call of Duty Zombies For Idiots: Origins and Timelines (11/17)

We are reunited with the four original playable characters in this mind-blowing map. Origins does indeed take the player back to the start of all this nonsense, where it adds…

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