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How Nuzlocking Can Make You Fall in Love with Pokemon Again

Despite being over 20 years old, the Pokemon franchise is still as popular as ever – there’s more Pokemon-related internet content out there to enjoy than ever before! From YouTube’s dedicated Poketubers and Twitch streamers, to the 3.2 million-strong r/pokemon subreddit, to the truly committed Poke-fans who expand the Pokémon universe with their own high-quality… Continue Reading →

The Falconeer: another win for solo-developers.

The videogame industry has absolutely exploded in the last fifteen years. There are so many games being developed these days that it would be totally inconceivable to even keep track of them all, never mind to actually play all the newest games on release. In a market this saturated, it has become more difficult than… Continue Reading →

Just because Immortals: Fenyx Rising isn’t original, doesn’t mean it’s not fun.

Immortals: Fenyx Rising was Ubisoft’s first release on the new PS5 and X-box Series X consoles. It’s a colourful, light-hearted action-adventure game – with some platforming and puzzles woven into the mix – set in Ancient Greece. The protagonist, Fenyx (which is pronounced “Fee-nix” by the way, instead of “Fen-ix” which is how it’s spelt… Continue Reading →

The Witching Hour is upon us. In Wildfire, elemental power is yours to wield.

If you say “videogame,” most people will think of a 2D-platformer. It’s one of the all-time classic videogame genres – think Super Mario, Sonic, Mega-Man, Metroid. Stealth games are also extremely popular, with the Metal Gear series alone having shifted over 56 million copies since the 1980s. Puzzle games have become quintessential to the modern… Continue Reading →

Hades is the best thing to come out of 2020.

I think we can all agree that 2020 has been a hellish year. Global pandemics, national lockdowns, political upheaval, civil unrest. It’s been truly ungodly. All we need now is for a global famine and we’ll have had a visit from all four Horsemen of the Apocalypse in the space of twelve months. Aren’t we… Continue Reading →

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