Tag: RPG

Gaming, Venue

Review: Fire Emblem: Three Houses

I’ve not even finished one out of this enormous RPG’s four routes- that’s right, four, not three- and I’ve already clocked over forty hours of gameplay, with many a night over Christmas being spent sleepless.  In Fire Emblem: Three Houses you assume the role of the professor- either male or female- who is given the…


Spooky Games

In honour of this spooky time, we’ve put together a list of our favourite games to play near Halloween. To kick it off, I’m going to nominate The Last of Us which in my mind is one of the greatest games, period. Playing as Joel, a man haunted by his past, you must keep sassy…


Explosive new content from E3

Every year the month of June sees thousands of both professionals and avid gamers flock to Los Angeles for the Electronic Entertainment Expo, also known as E3. Their mission: to catch a glimpse of upcoming releases for software and games. Rumours are abound and announcements are eagerly expected, but there are always a few wilds…


Game soundtracks

The music of gaming is not just an afterthought anymore. The high-calibre games of 2018 possess such detail and finesse in their plots, characters and designs that it would be a crime to underscore the whole affair with the repetitive elevator music of old. For one genre in particular, this is of even greater importance…

Gaming, OldVenue

Review – Tales of Zestiria

Tales of Zestiria is the newest instalment in Bandai-Namco’s Tales series of games. An evil called Malevolence has spread across the world, corrupting mankind and nature. The only one who can stop it is the Shepherd: a hero with the power to see spirits of nature (called Seraphim or ‘Seraphs’) who will guide humanity through…

October 2021
Latest Comments
About Us

The University of East Anglia’s official student newspaper. Concrete is in print and online.

If you would like to get in touch, email the Editor on Concrete.Editor@uea.ac.uk. Follow us at @ConcreteUEA.