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FIFA 23 to feature Ted Lasso

Ted Lasso and AFC Richmond are going to be playable across different modes.

Internet goes crazy over GTA VI leak

The most anticipated video game of all time just got more anticipated.

Bangladesh’s Valorant wunderkind

Sami Ar Rahman, better known as SSSami shares what it means to be a top Bangladesh-based esports player.

CRICKET 19: The Best a Fan Can Get

After the massive disappointments that were Don Bradman Cricket 17 and Ashes Cricket (2018), I decided not to buy a Big Ant cricket game anytime soon.

E3 2019: A Different Spectacle

Despite Sony’s decision to pull out this year and the growing discontent in the gaming industry in general, E3 2019 has been an event full of hype and anticipation. The fewer bells and whistles and a heavier focus on games and hardware were a welcome change. This is how the E3

THE EVOLUTION OF A GAMER

Few of us adults have the luxury of being able to play video games. It is a hobby that most abandon when they transition to their job lives. I’m still one of the lucky few but it’s still not the same as before.

July 25, 2019
July 25, 2019

Exanima: Isometric RPG meets Mordhau

Okay, perhaps comparing this to Mordhau is a bit of a stretch. However, Exanima is such a unique game that I can’t find a better comparison than that. Bear with me while I explain exactly why this game is so difficult to place into a category. One thing I can

July 11, 2019
July 11, 2019

IN DEFENCE OF QUIRKY JAPANESE GAMES

With recent controversy with GameFreak’s announcement of no National Dex for the newest Pokémon games, and some claiming Nintendo’s E3 presentation was lacklustre (only further proof of the Switch’s weak points as a console), Japanese game developers are being scrutinised

July 4, 2019
July 4, 2019

GAMING LAPTOPS: Legit or lagging behind?

Gaming laptops have long attempted to bring about the revolution and oust the desktop PC from its throne in the gaming empire. Unfortunately, as those who bought these laptops would tell you, they couldn’t quite live up to the mark.

June 27, 2019
June 27, 2019

CRICKET 19: The Best a Fan Can Get

After the massive disappointments that were Don Bradman Cricket 17 and Ashes Cricket (2018), I decided not to buy a Big Ant cricket game anytime soon.

June 20, 2019
June 20, 2019

E3 2019: A Different Spectacle

Despite Sony’s decision to pull out this year and the growing discontent in the gaming industry in general, E3 2019 has been an event full of hype and anticipation. The fewer bells and whistles and a heavier focus on games and hardware were a welcome change. This is how the E3

April 25, 2019
April 25, 2019

THE EVOLUTION OF A GAMER

Few of us adults have the luxury of being able to play video games. It is a hobby that most abandon when they transition to their job lives. I’m still one of the lucky few but it’s still not the same as before.

April 4, 2019
April 4, 2019

Sekiro: Player dies countless times

Given that it is a FromSoftware game, I was aware people would struggle with Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice. What I didn't expect was that I, a disciple of Bloodborne, would struggle with it quite so much.

February 28, 2019
February 28, 2019

There's a bleak world out there

The series which has garnered a cult following for its eerie atmosphere, heart-breaking stories, and brutal gameplay is back with its third entry. We dove right into post-apocalyptic Russia to find out if it's worth it.

February 14, 2019
February 14, 2019

Not just another Battle Royale

Apex Legends is a new Battle Royale (BR) game from Respawn, the developers behind the Titanfall series. The game was kept under wraps right up to its release day. So how does it stack up against other BR titles?

January 31, 2019
January 31, 2019

ANTHEM

When I first booted up the demo, I expected to find a large server queue seeing as how Anthem was hyped beyond measure. What I didn't expect was being locked out of the game for more than a day due to technical issues.