The Art of Teabagging in Online Games

Now you probably wouldn't want to search the definition of tea bagging on google as there is likely chance of "not so safe for work" image coming up on your screen, or it coming up...

The Gaming Stereotype

So I consider myself a gamer, have been for a long time. Hopefully, I always will be. The first game I ever played was Super Mario Bros on my Nintendo NES, my most recent...

Are you a ‘real gamer’?

Well, I'd like to say that I am a real gamer, I mean, would you? If you are the kind of person to who the word console means so much more than cheering up someone upset,...

What Call of Duty 4 Remastered’s paid DLC means for gamers.

It’s no secret that the gaming industry has one of the most shapeless markets in entertainment. In terms of what a game constitutes, too, the industry doesn’t hold many strict guidelines. It’s the kind...

Review: Horizon: Zero Dawn

Open-world-weary. Open-world games have come to define the current era of Triple-A gaming. It’s almost as if, like the wave of first person shooters that defined the late 90s/early 2000s, these kinds of games showcase...

Trailer breakdown: Our take on the new Middle Earth gameplay trailer

While not essential, it’s highly recommended that you watch the trailer before reading this breakdown: https://youtu.be/1ulF-cG090Y Just a day ago, gamers were treated by Monolith games to an alpha-gameplay showcase of their new addition to the...

Now That It’s Out: 10 Nintendo Switch need-to-knows.

When the world is poised for the release of a new Nintendo console, it’s understandable for consumers to have their hearts in their hands. The last two or three consoles released by the gaming...

Review: Nioh

Japan’s Sengoku period is a melting pot of conflict, where proud care in the crafts of battle means prosperity, and negligence spells doom. In Nioh’s opening hours, it becomes clear why Team Ninja chose...