<i>All Work All Play</i>, An eSports Documentary

All Work All Play, An eSports Documentary

It’s no secret from some of my previous articles that I’m a huge fan of eSports. Something I’ve never touched upon is another love of mine: documentaries. So it goes without saying that All Work All Play, an eSports documentary by Patrick Creadon, is something that I had to see.

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<i>Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate</i> – PC Review

Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate – PC Review

Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate is a serviceable entry into what is becoming a serviceable set of games, released in serviceable (usually) fashion on a serviceable schedule. Is it really enough, though, to make you want to keep playing it in the here-and-now, then want to buy the next one? The sun

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<i>Final Fantasy VII</i> Remake – Mine Eyes Have Seen The Glory

Final Fantasy VII Remake – Mine Eyes Have Seen The Glory

In case you’ve been living under a rock for the past six months, Square Enix announced at this year’s E3 Expo that they were underway with the remake of the much-adored Final Fantasy VII, largely accepted as the greatest and most cherished Final Fantasy game of them all. It’s been

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<i>Rocksmith 2014</i> – It Really Works! Part II

Rocksmith 2014 – It Really Works! Part II

In part 1, I gave a brief history to Rocksmith 2014 and its predecessor, as well as sharing a little insight into my own personal history with playing the guitar. Saying that a game can teach you how to play the guitar is a big statement, but it’s true. Although I

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<i>Rocksmith 2014</i> Part I: It Really Works!

Rocksmith 2014 Part I: It Really Works!

We’ve all done it. We’ve all been listening to some rock or metal, some song with guitar being shredded whilst picturing ourselves being the ones standing up on stage, ripping out the guitar solo we’re listening to. I’m fairly certain a good percentage of us have bounced around whilst home

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<i>Fallout 4</i> Review on PC

Fallout 4 Review on PC

Following this years’ E3 Expo, I wrote an article to highlight a few of the games that had caught my eye and given me something to look forward to. One of the games I mentioned was Bethesda’s Fallout 4. Just over a week ago, Fallout 4 released and I’ve been playing

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Dragon Age: Inquisition – Trespasser

Dragon Age: Inquisition – Trespasser

It doesn’t feel like almost an entire year has passed since the release of Dragon Age: Inquisition, Bioware’s third installment in the Dragon Age series. The first game, Dragon Age: Origins, was released to critical acclaim. The second, Dragon Age II, felt like a kick in the teeth when comparing

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The Conundrum Of MechWarrior Online

The Conundrum Of MechWarrior Online

All games have their issues, particular elements that varying amounts of people dislike (some people outright hate what developers choose to do to some games) and it’s nothing new. A lot of games overcome this with patches and feature additions that come with the different strokes of development cycles and,

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<em>Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain</em> – Probably The Greatest Stealth Shooter Ever

Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain – Probably The Greatest Stealth Shooter Ever

When you sit back and think about it, there aren’t a great deal of video games that have been labelled as “the greatest ever.” Half-Life I or Half-Life II come to mind for FPS games, Final Fantasy for RPGs and Company of Heroes or Starcraft for the RTS genre. The

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MechWarrior: Online – Forest Colony, Continuing the New Standard

MechWarrior: Online – Forest Colony, Continuing the New Standard

Hot on the heels of the River City remake that I reviewed here, PGI have released their revamped version of the very first MWO map, Forest Colony. Hit or miss? Read on to find out. When River City was re-released a short while back, one thing that stood out to

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