The Mortal Kombat Problem

The Mortal Kombat Problem

Netherrealm studios unveiled Mortal Kombat 11 gameplay two weeks ago. There was a lot to unpack in the thirty-minute presentation, including new characters, a revamped gear system, and major changes to some core fighting mechanics. Most of it looks like positive changes, but there was some worrying stuff there too....

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An Inside Look At Mobile Gaming: Marvel Contest of Champions

An Inside Look At Mobile Gaming: Marvel Contest of Champions

Every now and then, whispers from the realm of mobile gaming fall upon our ears but it’s not too often that people take a look at just what is going on in that section of gaming. There’s a reason lootboxes exist in games such as Overwatch and Battlefront, and mobile...

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I’m Almost Ready For The PlayStation 5

I’m Almost Ready For The PlayStation 5

The future is upon us. No, I’m not talking about robots taking over the world (although let’s be real, it’s getting close and Elon Musk will have to save us). I am talking about the next wave of gaming consoles is just around the corner. Today, headlines were reading that...

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Indie Spotlight: SteamWorld Quest is a Big Leap for the Company

Indie Spotlight: SteamWorld Quest is a Big Leap for the Company

Last week, I wasn’t able to work on an Indie Spotlight due to travel but I still found some time to check out the news that the team responsible for all the Steamworld games, Image and Form Games, are creating something brand new for the series. I thought that for...

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The Aging Gamer: The Console War is Stupid

The Aging Gamer: The Console War is Stupid

In this weekly column series, I will talk about my gaming habits and how they have changed over the past twenty-some-odd years. I started my gaming career on the SNES and now I am twenty-eight years old. I mainly play on the PlayStation but dabble with some PC games from...

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Anthem Servers are down on demo launch day

Anthem Servers are down on demo launch day

Apparently, players are being kicked from Anthem demo servers as the number of people trying to log in and try the game for the first time surge. Today, the 25th of January is the launch of the Anthem VIP demo and is slated to be open until the 27th of...

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Final Fantasy Stories: An Opinion

Final Fantasy Stories: An Opinion

I’ve been a supporter of the Final Fantasy franchise for years, starting from the first game I played way back in 1997. The game that caught my attention was Final Fantasy VII, the highly renowned and critically acclaimed game that would go on to blow the world away.The clerk in-charge...

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Nintendo Indie Highlights Recap (23/01/2019)

Nintendo Indie Highlights Recap (23/01/2019)

Yesterday Nintendo UK released their Indie Highlights video detailing the upcoming (or available) indie games making their way to the Nintendo Switch in 2019. Let’s take a look at what they’re offering. Wargroove Do you, like me, miss Advance Wars dearly? Well, you’re in luck as Chucklefish LTD has heard...

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Pop Up Dungeon Is A Game to Keep An Eye On

Pop Up Dungeon Is A Game to Keep An Eye On

I find myself often scrolling through Steam games late at night to find that next hidden gem and in most cases, finding that treasure can be very difficult. However, the other night I might have stumbled upon something with major potential. Pop Up Dungeon is a turn-based, tactical RPG game...

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Interview with Creator of Apple Quest Monsters DX, Splendidland

Interview with Creator of Apple Quest Monsters DX, Splendidland

I have written plenty of articles about past, present, and future monster taming RPGs, or “mongames” as commonly referred to by fans, but what if there was one that wasn’t a game at all? No, I’m not talking about befriending or capturing monsters in real life, I’m talking about the...

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