Over the past decade we’ve seen the tragic decline of the RTS Genre. There are a few reasons to blame for the downfall of RTS, such as the lack of compatibility with gaming consoles or the rise of the MOBA. Ultimately we’re not seeing enough […]

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Dearest Insomniac Games, I’m not a boot wearing man. Had I been sporting some man-heels while watching the new Ratchet & Clank trailer though, I would certainly have been shaking in them with excitement. As enthusiastic as I was about the reveal, I certainly wasn’t […]

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Nintendo have been dipping a ginger toe into the waters of downloadable content and we’re firm believers of “the customer is always right.” In the last “DLC We Want to See,” Paddy and Lliam talked about the different characters and stages that they’d like to […]

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Between work, parenting, attempting to integrate into society and hoarding sherbet, I’ve found less and less “free time” for games. These days, all of my free time is synonymous with waiting: waiting for an appointment, killing time on lunch breaks or a few minutes here […]

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I’ll be perfectly blunt: Panzer Dragoon Saga was the reason I bought a Saturn. I still remember reading my issue of Electronic Gaming Monthly where one or two of the reviewers had bestowed upon it a perfect ’10,’ which was an incredible rarity for the […]

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War is a not so fun topic to think about. People getting shot and killed for a cause that probably (and by that, I mean definitely) doesn’t justify murder isn’t pleasant. Video games gloss over these less than fun aspects because we don’t like to […]

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You thought we were just going to stop at MK8? Clearly Nintendo weren’t, having opened up the flood gates of downloadable content to other games in their catalogue. Nintendo seem to have the right-ish idea of how to go about DLC, for the moment, with […]

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Let’s be honest, when it comes to gaming, 2014 has seen its fair share of disappointment. There were blockbuster titles, such as Watch Dogs and Destiny, that promised to revolutionise the “next generation” of gaming (…and didn’t). As well as countless games that launched with […]

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I remember the one kid in my town who owned a Sega Saturn. I only visited his house a couple of times in my youth; so, while he was a pretty die-hard Sega fan, I only managed to spend a short amount of time with […]

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This might be the most unsupported assumption ever made, but I’m willing to bet that a lot of you reading this article either no longer own Destiny or have it buried under the recent avalanche of new releases, waiting for the bloodhounds of DLC to […]

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