“I am a passenger, And I ride and I ride, I ride through the city’s backside, I see the stars come out of the sky, Yeah, they’re bright in a […]
VR at its most grandiose is seeks to change our very perception of reality on a fundamental level. At its worst, the technology wants you to swing a piece of plastic around and pretend you are a Jedi – there is a fine line separating these outcomes.
By Neil Merrett Lovers In A Dangerous Spacetime – released on Playstation 4 in 2015, Asteroid Base Gaming, during its tumultuous youth and teenage years, was often written off as an […]
Although long associated with isolated teens sat in bedrooms, new findings from US find that women aged 18 years and older represent a larger proportion of regular gamers than males under the age of 18.
Wildlands open world combat offers the player not so much warfare, but a playground to enjoy. It may nonetheless tell us a lot about heroism and military bluster when far away from home and with a whole country that is not your own to “save”.
By Neil Merrett and Wormatron In a relatively short space of time since its unveiling late last year, Nintendo has released its latest console, the Switch, on to an uncertain […]
We consider the almost balletic brutality of Not A Hero on ps4, XBox One and Steam and whether retro games are immune from being ‘too violent’.