In which Ruaidhri discusses his interpretation of philosophical ideas on Fate, Fatalism, Determinism and their role in The Bioshock Trilogy and beyond.
Callum gets some of his buddies together to hop into the now almost fixed GTA Online, was this worth the wait? Why have people forgotten to have fun? What should you do when you can do anything?
Back in 2009 a level appeared in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 that no only became one of the biggest video game controversies in a while but also changed the way developers went about creating games. Love or hate the series, Call of Duty’s ‘No Russian’ has left an interesting legacy behind.
Gary dips into a ‘classic’ video game movie from 20 years ago, Super Mario Bros. Did it deserve it’s panning from critics and video game fans alike or was it unfairly judged? With a new ‘sequel’ comic out what kind of legacy does this video game movie leave behind?
Is Trevor Phillips The Perfect Embodiment of GTA? Dave discusses the polarizing character of the latest Grand Theft Auto game.
This week we play Dungeons and Dragons: Shadows Over Mystara from Capcom; in which we talk about Pat ‘The Bomber’ Roach, slapstick D&D and ignore the opportunity for infinite knowledge.
Dave goes through his gaming library to find the best 11 RPG’s ever released.
Ruaidhri puts a cat on his head and picks up a crowbar to see how many levels deep he can go in Legend of Dungeon; the new indie roguelike Steam game.
Jon looks at some of the best Batman villains we’ll never see included in a Batman game.
With its last breath the Dreamcast spoke its final words to an audience too busy playing on their Playstation 2 to even notice. Over a decade later, people are still debating and playing the Dreamcast; here is Aaron’s top 5 favourite games for Sega’s glorious little white box.
With this current gen drawing unceremoniously to a close Ruaidhri looks back at some of the unsung heroes that have been and gone over the past few years.
Matt takes a look at indie games, where they’re going and where they’ve come from, is the bubble going to burst or is this indie fad sticking around?
Ruaidhri has found arcade games about table flipping, table cloth pulling, punching dinosaurs and spanking mother-in-laws; all is explained in his Top 5 Weirdest Arcade Machines [That all happen to be Asian].
3DRealm’s cult classic Shadow Warrior is getting the reboot treatment this year, Ruaidhri takes a look at the first couple of levels and decides its something we should all be excited about.
With the potential of a console release of an Elder Scrolls MMO, is this a chance for gamers who haven’t gone near MMO’s before to experience the fun? or should we be a bit more reserved in our hopes for this new Elder Scrolls game?