• Gaming Review: FIFA 19

    Since the glory days of crappy graphics and Ronaldinho’s flowing locks in FIFA 2004, all the way through to the drama and questionable ethics of EA sports’ money-spinning sub-division Ultimate Team in recent years, FIFA has prided itself on state of the art, life-like gameplay and fast paced, high scoring...
  • In Defence of the Mass Effect 3 Ending

    As the four-year anniversary of Mass Effect 3’s release fades from view it’s time to discuss something important: the ending. It is no secret that people disliked the ending of Mass Effect 3. The conclusion to Bioware’s epic space opera is widely accepted to be nothing more than a...
  • 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....
  • IMPACT Gaming’s favourite characters: Brucie Kibbutz

    Brucie Kibbutz is a supporting character first introduced in Grand Theft Auto IV. In keeping with the game’s delicious satirical take on the American Dream, Brucie is an insecure individual who hides behind a ridiculous overly-masculine façade. The player will encounter him several times in GTA IV in main...
  • Tom Recommends: Dishonored

    Each week, Tom Evans will provide insight into a PC game that could be a great addition to your collection. From old AAA titles which you never took a risk on to delving into the thriving PC Indie scene, Tom Recommends will feature games from the entire spectrum. If...
  • E3 2015 Coverage – Fallout 4

    Fallout 4 has been highly anticipated for five years and finally the release date is in sight. Having to wait far too long for a sequel brings hype to a fan base that has impossibly high expectations, but Bethesda do seem to be rising up to the challenge. Everything from the...
  • Review: Fable the Journey

    The Fable series is one of my all time favourites. What’s not to like? A curious combination of magic, adventure and a ridiculous sense of humour have brought me back to the series time and time again. However there was one game in the series I thought I would...