Category: Editorials


XCOM 2: Rise of an Underdog

Most gamers would argue that the most exciting moments in gaming are the ones that allow you to implement your own creativity into gameplay, personalizing the adventure into something exclusively your own. From building your ideal fortress in Minecraft, to […]


3 Xbox One Features I Wish The Playstation 4 Had

Ever since the launch of the Xbox back in 2001, Microsoft and Playstation consoles have lived in perfect harmony in my household. The Xbox 360 and Playstation 3 are two of my favourite consoles, each with their own impressive libraries. […]


Is Skyrim VR Worth The Price Of A Full Release Title?

Six years after its initial release, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim has reached meme-worthy status for how many consoles and gaming platforms it has been ported or remastered on. The latest rendition of The Elder Scrolls V, Skyrim VR on […]


Takeshi’s Challenge: The Famicom’s Cruel Mistress

Takeshi’s Challenge, hailed as one of the worst games of all time, is a game released in 1986 for the Famicom system. Developed by Taito Corporation, it was designed by comedian, actor, and film director Beat Takeshi (Takeshi Kitano), who […]


The Brilliance of Fortnite Battle Royale

When Fortnite Battle Royale came to the PS4 as a free-to-play title on September 26th I didn’t think much of it. I had been tempted to purchase Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) after watching a lot of it on twitch and […]


5 Solid Steam Games For Low-End PC’s

We have an expensive hobby. An expensive, time consuming, acne-inducing hobby. Some point through your fifteenth Skyrim marathon (now with marginally better graphics) you might dust the Dorito crumbs from your rolls and gaze at the empty spot on your […]


The Loot box Trend Is A Dangerous Development For Gamers

Loot boxes are currently one of the most prominent trends in gaming and while they are not an entirely new development, in fact they have been present in gaming for almost a decade, their prevalence has come under the spotlight […]


The Winners And Losers Of E3 2017

Another E3 has come and gone, and as the dust settles we have decided to sit down and reflect on last week’s events. Much like every year, there were many surprises, disappointments, and games that just flat out blew us […]


Roundup: Every Vita Game at E3

“Vita means life” is a popular internet meme, and for once it may turn out to be true.  Despite being completely ignored by Sony and the Expo at large, the Vita still somehow managed to have 3 games exhibited for […]


Starlink’s Ship Customization Looks Incredible, But At What Cost?

During today’s #UBIE3 conference, Ubisoft Toronto revealed a new space exploration title with features very similar to franchises such as Skylanders and Lego Dimensions. In the newly-announced Starlink: Battle For Atlas, players will be able to assemble their in-game ship using […]