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It’s that time of year again…
Shot, son. Nintendo Switch – eShop £13.49, $14.99 Back in 1999, Camelot showed the world that the humble game of golf could be successfully merged with classic RPG elements to create a highly entertaining and influential title with Mario Golf on the Game Boy Color. 18 years later, indie developer Sidebar Games have launched Golf Story, […]
Back in April, I published an article entitled ‘Of Course the Scorpio Will Have Games’. There, I made the argument that Microsoft had put itself in a strong position prior to their E3 keynote by announcing the specs of Project Scorpio – now called Xbox One X – beforehand, leaving plenty of room to speak […]
In film, one of the most important aspects of the experience is the opening scene. Known as the ‘hook’, it’s designed to draw the viewer in and provide a solid foundation for the rest of the film. Get it wrong and you’re looking at a steep uphill battle at regaining interest and investment. This is why horror films […]
Over the past few days, Ninja Theory’s new title Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice has caused ripples within the gaming community with talk surrounding its save system. Allegedly, the game will delete the player’s save file after a certain amount of deaths, forcing the player to start the game from scratch – this is commonly referred to as ‘permadeath’, and is already featured prominently in games such […]
Nostalgia can be a funny thing. We all crave it, and it can often invoke a wonderful feeling of comfort and familiarity. Whether it be a movie or a book, or even a particular smell or taste, it can remind us of times past where we felt particularly content and happy. Sometimes however – particularly with movies and games – it can only […]