Gaming has been a big part of this writer's life for over 20 years, and it will continue to be key to the lifestyle of any future human.
Whether you are the hardcore gamer, or just love to blow off some steam after work, this is the place to keep up to date with all video game news, reviews, opinion and live streams.
Love is all around - even in your favourite video games. Here are five heartwarming in-game relationships.
Time inevitably goes on, so let’s make a video game about it! Does Clock Simulator hold up as an addictively unique rhythm experience? Let’s find out.
More than any extreme difficulty setting, morally ambiguous choices have become the hardest part of any video game. Here are 10 of the more impossible decisions you have to make.
So, Marshmello the world’s first in-game concert just happened in Fortnite. It feels like the future - a future that I’m a little worried about.
“There’s always the assumption that a good sim racer wants to be a real racer. But they don’t."
The success of the Resident Evil 2 remake got me thinking about what other classic games deserve the same treatment.
On this week’s episode of Learn Something… Six more weird facts about video games!
2019 is set to be another amazing year for video games. Here are ten titles you should get excited for over the next 12 months…
Here are six wholesome moments in video games that will make you feel warm and fuzzy inside.
This is my love letter to the love of my childhood - video game demo discs, of which I still have many stockpiled in my parents’ loft.
A lifetime of “cranking it” has come to an end, Soulja Boy has pivoted to selling his own video game consoles and gadget accessories.
When I was at my lowest, Dungeons & Dragons saved me… Those are words I never expected to type.
I recently sat down with Aardman Animations and DigixArt, to talk about their latest game - 11-11: Memories Retold.
On this day 20 years ago, the Sega Dreamcast was released in Japan. Now, two decades later, we celebrate one of the most under-appreciated beacons that defined the future of console gaming.
The parts that make Red Dead Redemption 2 can be seen as cumbersome and slightly boring, so why is the sum of those parts an incredible game?
Meet Nerial, the team behind royalty-meets-tinder mobile game ‘Reigns’ in an exclusive interview with New Rising Media.
Battlefield returns to its World War Two roots, but is it better than ever? Find out in my review for Stuff Magazine.
11-11: Memories Retold is Aardman’s first major game - a gripping World War 1 story released for the centenary of Armistice Day.
Looking for a new racing game that throws realism out the window in exchange for fun? Let’s see if GRIP: Combat Racing fits the bill.
Gaming with colour blindness is a bigger problem than you may think, so what are developers doing to help?
Does the gameplay of Reigns fit with the Game of Thrones lore, to make an addictive mobile game? Find out in my review…
Zero Latency – the UK’s first free roam, multiplayer virtual reality arena managed to make a dull Monday night fun. That’s pretty damn special.
Does Warriors Orochi 4 bring Koei Tecmo back to the glory days of their Dynasty Warriors series, or is it just another misstep?
Dear Flash Games. I know we haven’t been together for a while, but I just wanted to tell you how much you all meant to me growing up.
Restrictions on selling Red Bull to kids is all well and good, but another potentially harmful product attracts young gamers and goes entirely unchecked.
Has Insomniac Games done Spider-Man justice on the PS4? Find out in my hands-on preview…
If there’s one thing you learn quickly about Naughty Dog, it’s that every second game they make, from Crash Bandicoot 2 to Uncharted 2, are the best in their respective series.
A new study has shown that 41% of The Sims players have purposefully killed their Sims. This means 59% of the study’s candidates are liars.
On this week’s episode of my podcast ‘Learn Something…’ - five of the weirdest facts about video games.
The first big break away from the Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater franchise formula, has Underground aged well since it came out in 2003? Let’s find out in my review of THUG.