• Dream Videogame Movie Pitches

    Inspired by Sonic the Hedgehog’s record-breaking success, our writers pitch their dream game-based movies and TV shows… CLUEDO Knives Out x Black Mirror: Bandersnatch Ah yes. Cluedo. It’s not quite Monopoly in the boardgame hierarchy but it’s definitely up there.  Now, the astute among you will probably say that Jonathan...
  • Top 10 Game Soundtracks of the Decade

    Emily looks back at her favourite gaming music of the last ten years. I swear, I started this list with the best intentions. I had clear guidelines for judging an excellent game soundtrack, complete with a sliding scale and everything.  Then someone demanded I add The Witcher to this...
  • E3 in a Nutshell: Bethesda

    Bethesda ended the second day of the E3 press conference by capturing the main attention of the event through premiering more footage for Fallout 76, announcing Doom and Wolfenstein sequels, and teasing new games Starfield and the heavily awaited The Elder Scrolls VI. The conference kicked off slowly with...
  • Impact Reviews: DOOM

    I have never been happier to be wrong about a video game in my entire life. DOOM, the fourth entry into id Software’s seminal franchise, was released May 13th 2016. Although an open multiplayer beta had left me very, very cold, I was so wrong. DOOM is an immaculately paced, beautifully designed,...
  • Impact Previews: DOOM Multiplayer Beta

    The DOOM multiplayer beta is suffering from a serious identity crisis. Developed primarily out of the studio id Software by Certain Affinity, frequently the Halo games multiplayer developer, the DOOM multiplayer feels like a weird amalgamation of several other successful multiplayer games. But none of those games are DOOM....
  • Don’t Hate, Procrastinate! #9

    Description: Don’t waste your time when you’re wasting time! This Procrastination Pack is your weekly dose of the Internet, in which we find the best things to do when you should be writing an essay/in a seminar/having a shower. Directions for use: One pack weekly. Do not leave in...
  • Album Review: Earl Sweatshirt – ‘Doris’

    Following up a critically lauded debut is a challenge at the best of times. But factoring in Earl Sweatshirt’s apparent raw talent, his well-documented absence, and the success of his peers, the expectations begin to look almost insurmountable. He’s managed to take some of the heat out of this...