• URNmaster review

    URNmaster, produced by NSTV, is a variety show combining elements of the classic and the modern. I was pleasantly surprised by URNmaster’s series of innovative and interesting challenges which were highly interactive and funny. More importantly, the hosts and participants underscored the engaging and spontaneous vibe that made it...
  • The Best Drinking Games For Freshers

    It’s a truth universally acknowledged that alcohol makes talking to strangers easier. Impact has found a bunch of ways to liven up drinking and make Freshers that little bit easier too PICCOLO No cards or cups to hand? Trade in some battery life instead with Piccolo, the handy drinking...
  • TellTale: The Walking Death of a business

    As of the 21st of September, TellTale game studios has filed for bankruptcy and has essentially died. This was a sudden and surprising revelation that has caused great waves within the community as many of the games they have put out have become beloved and held in high regard....
  • E3 2017 Part 1 – EA and Ubisoft

    In the past, both EA and Ubisoft have produced games that I have spent a lot of time on and thoroughly enjoyed. In recent times this enjoyment has been overshadowed as a consequence of their terrible business models and lack of care for the consumer. The following is an E3...
  • Moving into a house soon? Games to play with your new flatmates

    So, housing decisions all sorted? Ready to move into your new student flat? Wondering how to stay friends as the dishes start piling up? Never fear, here’s how to navigate the world of flatmate gaming night, without destroying your new friendships. It’s not quite the end of the year...
  • E3 2016 Roundup: EA

    *EA conference was technically a separate event in London titled EA Play. EA started off E3 season in 2016 with a (flash)bang, showing off the debut trailer to the sequel to the popular mecha-FPS game Titanfall. Titanfall 2 adds 6 new Titan variations to the gameplay and a single player campaign...
  • E3 2016: Farming, Horror, and Fighting games – Oh my!

    Ah, E3. The time of year where all the big gaming companies and publishers gather in Los Angeles and flex their increasingly high-budget, high-definition muscles. There were many big announcements this year, including new versions of the Xbox One and PS4, and as a result some smaller games may have become somewhat...