Staffordshire Uni Digital Institute to open in London

With the UK being the fifth largest gaming market in the world, accounting for £5.1 billion in game-related sales in 2018, it makes sense for games related courses to move to the capital, which will be happening later this year when Staffordshire University opens its own Digital Innovation Centre. The centre, based at Here East, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in East London, will offer courses … Continue reading Staffordshire Uni Digital Institute to open in London

Niantic reveals new details about Harry Potter: Wizards Unite

Ready your owls, wands and potions budding students of Hogwarts, it’s time to head to Diagon Alley; or at least, the app store equivalent of it. Announced over a year ago and fully unveiled today, Harry Potter: Wizards Unite shall be the wizarding world version of Pokémon Go, which was also developed by Niantic. In this augmented reality experience, you’ll be taking on the role … Continue reading Niantic reveals new details about Harry Potter: Wizards Unite

Ni No Kuni 2: A terrific trailer for The Tale of a Timeless Tome DLC

A new trailer for the second DLC for Ni No Kuni 2: The Tale of a Timeless Tome has released. Fans of the critically acclaimed RPG can get a second glimpse of the final DLC for the game following its reveal not long ago. The DLC takes players into a more story orientated experience than the former DLC in a wholly new location with a … Continue reading Ni No Kuni 2: A terrific trailer for The Tale of a Timeless Tome DLC

Devil May Cry 5: Combos edgier than V himself

Devil May Cry 5 has only been out for a couple of days now and players are already unleashing devastating combos that’ll probably make you question your own skills. Nero is up first – one key difference in DMC5 is the removal of his Devil arm. Instead we see the introduction of the Devil Breaker, which is similar to the old school Devil Trigger but … Continue reading Devil May Cry 5: Combos edgier than V himself

Satisfaction is the bare minimum in new sandbox game, Satisfactory

We managed to get a look at a promising new release from Goat Simulator developer Coffee Stain Studios, called Satisfactory. The early access look at the new game challenges players to create a functioning factory setup in an open sandbox that will ultimately become autonomous as the player becomes more and more technologically advanced. In our video, we talked about what it takes to succeed … Continue reading Satisfaction is the bare minimum in new sandbox game, Satisfactory

How far would you go to reach the Apex?

Apex sees a surge in bannable offences and their Legends are on the case.   Respawn’s Battle Royal Apex Legends, which has been out for little over a month, faces the oldest problem multiplayer online games still battle – cheaters. Taking to Reddit to explain, Respawn said it’s banned 355,000 players since March 8th. Solutions won’t happen right away but we’re on it. Respawn’s main goal, though they remain … Continue reading How far would you go to reach the Apex?

Why Overwatch is the dullest esport going

I thoroughly enjoy watching esports tournaments. The thrill of highly skilled players going toe-to-toe, relying on excellent communication and synergy to pull off strategies most casual players could never dream of achieving. Watching teams having to adapt to their opponents’ strengths and smaller, underestimated teams rising to the top against all odds. Esports lends itself to a certain atmosphere I’ve never really felt from regular … Continue reading Why Overwatch is the dullest esport going