‘The Sims 4: Discover University’ was a mixed bag of good elements and bad parts. It is without a shadow of a doubt, the most anticipated expansion pack of the franchise, both for myself and the community, so it...
Narrative gaming has seen a rebirth in recent years. Gone are the clunky (yet still fondly remembered) point-and-click mechanics of Monkey Island and Sam and Max, replaced by the slick production of games like Life is Strange or the...
When Pokémon Go was released in July 2016, everybody with a phone and a half-forgotten childhood dream of owning a band of cute animal companions threw down their university coursework, threw down their part-time jobs, threw down that Concrete...
Video games are generally not the most inclusive. I’ve heard a lot of people say any representation is good representation, I'm not sure I fully agree. One of the most prominent methods game developers use to represent the LGBTQ+...
Ready for a blast of nostalgia? What about a great excuse to seriously procrastinate away valuable studying time? Put down your iPad, your phone, your smart watch, or your computer, and think back to the colourful bricks that gave...
‘I love making my army of slaves run around taking over Mordor!’ This was my friend, describing the appeal he sees in Middle Earth: Shadow of War, Monolith Productions’ follow- up to Shadow of Mordor. I must say I...