Final Fantasy XIV Jobs – Ranked

Square Enix finally released the full trailer for Shadowbringers this weekend, and with it the reveal of a new job – Dancer. We now have at least two new jobs arriving in June along with new tank Gunbreaker. There’s no doubt a band of new adventurers will be journeying to Eorzea in the coming months, so here’s a nice little ranking of who’s hot and … Continue reading Final Fantasy XIV Jobs – Ranked

Everyone thought they were unbeatable, but League of Legends’ Goliath were toppled by David

Have you ever stepped on a Lego piece? The small brick is laying deep in the carpet, behind enemy lines. It’s guerrilla warfare and it has set a trap, waiting patiently for you to obliviously come close. You finally find it, with the sole of your vulnerable unprotected feet, the sharp sting radiates upwards warning you. But it’s too late – you’ve put all your … Continue reading Everyone thought they were unbeatable, but League of Legends’ Goliath were toppled by David

My first weekend with Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice

From Software, a company best known for the Dark Souls trilogy, released their newest title Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice on 22nd March. Of course, being a fan of the company and having played all the previous titles I had to pick up a copy on launch and test my skills in 1500s Japan. Would I have the skills required to become the best Shinobi in … Continue reading My first weekend with Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice

Gamers and competitive ladders: An Overwatch ranked journey.

It doesn’t matter what game, what platform or what region you play on, breaking into the top ranks of the competitive ladder is an achievement to be proud of. For me, landing in the top 500 of Overwatch’s EU Xbox leaderboard, be it for a very small time, is still something that will resonate with me for the longest time. Anyone who has ever tried … Continue reading Gamers and competitive ladders: An Overwatch ranked journey.

Funky Beats and Slaying Creat…ures: How Gaming Gave Me New Life

There’s one thing my Dad always brags about when asked what I was like as a baby, and it’s how I was tech savvy from a young age. I was playing tile-matching puzzler Puzzle Bobble before I was two. I probably wasn’t very good, but still.   I distinctly remember walking into my house to find my Dad gingerly wrapping electrical tape around a Nintendo 64 … Continue reading Funky Beats and Slaying Creat…ures: How Gaming Gave Me New Life

Why Crash Kart deserves more than a remaster

When Sonic Racing Transformed released in 2012, it was the biggest shake-up in kart racing since double karts in Double Dash. In 2003, Nintendo introduced the mechanic in their sequel; Mario Kart: Double Dash, allowing players to double up on karts and power-ups, creating more varied races and player options. Sonic Transformed brought boats and planes to the party, with tracks changing from lap to … Continue reading Why Crash Kart deserves more than a remaster

Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight Review

Release Date: December 4th 2018 Available on: PlayStation 4 and PS Vita It was getting late in the streets of Shibuya. I, the leader of the phantom thieves was waiting for a dear friend. We had just gained intelligence of a secret ploy to expose students of Shujin Academy to ridicule and hatred. As I turned to my left, there he was, my best friend … Continue reading Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight Review