Final Fantasy XV – Review
As a jumping-off point, Final Fantasy XV is a great place to be introduced to the series, and is also rewarding for fans. It took ten years, but it was worth the wait
PlayStation hacked again
Over the past few days, and possibly even before that, it has appeared that Sony’s PlayStation Network has been hacked in some form, but this time limited to the UK
Has Apple gone too far?
The Apple MacBook Pro has become a staple for the modern university student. But with rising prices and a questionable change in key features — will this remain the case for long?
Gears of War 4 – Review
Gears 4 feels like a great starting off point for a new trilogy, in places it even feels like this was what they were going for with the original Gears of War
Does anyone need the PS4 Pro?
At an event held in New York on the 7th September, Sony unveiled two new versions of the PlayStation 4
Bravely Second: End Layer – Review
Stephen Lewis takes a look at the sequel to 2013 3DS hit Bravely Default
Is hype everything?
Can hype make or break a game? Is it better to go in blind or set your expectations high for a game you know you will play? Is hype everything? Stephen Lewis ponders and answers this question below
Xbox and the PC: A perfect match?
Stephen Lewis considers the tensions between Xbox and its old-school rival, the PC
The Witness in motion
The Witness was released recently to a lot of positive acclaim but that does not make it avoid of controversy. One issue that has not been addressed as much is how the game can cause motion sickness. Learn more about this issue below.
Bloodborne – how to tell a story through lore
Read on to find out why Stephen Lewis believes that Bloodborne’s style of story-telling is just to die for!
Review: Batman: Arkham Knight (PS4)
Did Batman: Arkham Knight life up to the reputation of its predecessors or has the Batman lost what it takes to succeed? Stephen Lewis gives us his view on the game in his review