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

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

How will Nintendo’s Labo VR fit into the market?

Remember Nintendo Labo? It was that bizarre yet intriguingly creative product for children and the young at heart to combine their Switch with cardboard and play a few games. The idea seemed like it was going to be a huge hit at the time, but it instead fell by the wayside a few months after launch with just over one million kits sold by the … Continue reading How will Nintendo’s Labo VR fit into the market?

Epic makes a ballsy move

What more could the world’s current biggest game need? The answer is a giant hamster ball with a plunger stuck to the front. News Feed Update: [Automatically Posted] pic.twitter.com/GKapFVA9mm — Lucas7yoshi_ // Fortnite News & Leaks (@lucas7yoshi_) March 11, 2019 After the removal of planes from season 7, Fortnite was in need of a new vehicle. Epic’s answer? A motorised hamster ball straight out of … Continue reading Epic makes a ballsy move

Valve cuts ties with lead designer of Artifact

Lead designer of troubled Valve digital card game Artifact Richard Garfield was laid off last month, with Garfield attributing termination to a “rocky launch” of the Dota themed title. Released in November 2018, Artifact received little traction within the PC gaming crowd, primarily due to Dota fans being disappointed at the games card-based gameplay and developer Valve’s abandonment of franchises such as Half-Life and Left … Continue reading Valve cuts ties with lead designer of Artifact