With Sony announcing that the PlayStation 5 will remove the need for a loading screen, I think it’s time we say farewell to a gaming institution.
According to one UK study, more than a quarter of people over age 65 play video games regularly. Being old myself, I can confirm.
The Nerdpocalypse is upon us. Pay attention to what is happening, there are real-life implications that are impacting both individuals and society alike.
It might be the fastest-selling PS4 game of all time, but Spider-Man has made a subtle attempt to make players aware of the world outside their version of New York.
Fortnite. A free game, painted in neon rubbish, solely populated by twelve-year-olds and adults of a similar maturity. The game has made $1.2B. How/why?
Lara’s back! With the return of Britain’s most preeminent tomb-philandering aristocrat, we tasked our resident pair of nerds to carry her bags.
The new Spider-Man game is here and, much to the delight of nerds everywhere, it looks great. But how does it play? Well …
EA are the kings of a certain type of gaming experience, as they look to wring every possible cent from their games. The step away from single player attests to this fact.
Sadly, pre-ordering has now become a fixture of the gaming experience. Call me a traditionalist, but I’d prefer a less buggy game over superfluous tat we don’t really need.
As a longtime gamer, the excessive handholding and easy difficulty of modern-day releases grates me. Are you kidding me? Do you know how many wars I’ve seen?