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There is no denying that video games are ingrained into every life. According to Statistica, there were estimated to be 2.7 billion gamers in 2020 and it’s obvious that many others could’ve been left unrecorded. Playing video games is a valuable pastime that provides people with the chance to escape to a different reality and live out whatever fantasies they want. Gamers come in all shapes and sizes with the traditional gamers on PCs and consoles, and i-Gamers playing online slots.

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Ancient Egypt in popular culture

No ancient culture draws more people in than ancient Egypt – clearly, other mediums agree! Almost everyone on the planet has heard of the ancient Egyptian civilisation and all the glory surrounding it. Ancient Egypt was the most prolific civilization in the Mediterranean world for almost 30 decades. During this fascinating period, a grand civilization just continued to expand. Of course, only the pharaohs and the wealthy side of ancient Egypt got to experience the truly spectacular and fantast

Celebrating Lara Croft and 25 years of raiding tombs

In 1994, development began on a new type of game that hadn’t really been seen before. The game would focus on a British archaeologist who travels the world but would end up in dangerous tombs during their journey. A man was envisioned as the titular character but fears about associations with Indiana Jones were soon brought up and thus Lara Croft was born. Created and developed by Core Design, the first Tomb Raider released in 1996 to universal acclaim with 91% on Metacritic. From that moment o

5 dead franchises we’d like to see return

The past few years have seen a huge amount of dead franchises come back to life with reboots, remakes and sequels to long-forgotten gems. There seems to be no stone left unturned when it comes to dormant franchises being revitalised. It’s a tricky topic when it comes to bringing back franchises as there is always a certain pressure to get it just right. Sadly, sometimes these franchises would’ve been better left alone such as the case with Paul Feig’s ‘Ghostbusters’ reboot. In a rare instance,

Unsung Sports That Found Success In Games

There’s no denying that there are thousands of sports across the globe. Each sport has unique mechanics and dedicated athletes that just attract die-hard fans. Sport has the power to bring people together through the wins and the losses. That being said, there are a few unsung sports that have yet to receive mainstream popularity. Tennis has four major tournaments during the Grand Slam with each one being a hyped event that brings in mass audiences. Players competing literally become celebritie

The BioShock Infinite We Didn’t Get

It’s been 8 years since the release of BioShock Infinite – but many fans are left wondering about the original game promised. Sure, the released version is an incredible landmark in gaming with some of the most innovative gameplay and characters – but the original concept was a little more ambitious. Here are a few things that were cut from the final version of BioShock Infinite, and show us what could’ve been. Obviously, the version we got to see saw conflict between Comstock’s Columbia and t

Ranking The Sims Games

It’s arguably, one of the greatest simulation games of all time. You can create your own character, build your own house and create your own drama. The Sims is literally a game in which your imaginations can roam free. We currently have four titles in the main series, but which one is the best? Created in 2000, this game literally changed the way you play simulation games. You could create yourself as an adult or a child, and live your best life. Unfortunately, the base game only involved a nei

5 Geek Franchises That Grew Way Beyond Their Original Audience

Some franchises have the power to reach the masses – and here are just a few examples. Nothing is ever created with the expectation that it’ll grow into a mega-franchise – it tends to just happen. Often franchises expand through fans recognising an unbelievable world that they have never experienced before. It’s even more surprising when those franchises grow beyond their intended audiences and become household names. They provide unforgettable moments that everyone can enjoy showing the world

Dusk Diver Review

Released in 2019 on PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch, Dusk Diver follows a schoolgirl, named Yang Yumo, as she becomes part of a huge battle between humans, gods and phantom creatures. Set in a Tawainese shopping district, Dusk Diver follows Yumo around her everyday life. During the start of the game, her friend is attacked and the girls are transported to a different world full of creatures. She meets a god, called Leo, who gives her his power and she manages to fight back. Throughout the ga

Videogame Soundtracks: 5 Of The Best

Music is something that affects everyone, and a good video game soundtrack can change a game from good to great. From setting the horror atmosphere or providing solitude moments, scores and tracks are the perfect additions to enhance music. Here are five of our favourite video game soundtracks. It’s hard to choose just one Persona soundtrack, but Persona 4 arguably has the best. From the juxtaposition of the upbeat pop music and the depressing lyrics, Persona 4’s soundtrack is fabulous. The s

Celebrating 10 Years Of 3DS

A successor to the incredibly successful Nintendo DS, the Nintendo 3DS released 10 years ago this year. The console features backwards compatibility with older Nintendo DS games and its primary competitor was Sony’s PlayStation Vita. Unlike the Nintendo DS, this new version was able to display 3D effects without the use of 3D glasses plus with an internet browser and an eShop. Despite it being the least-selling handheld for Nintendo, it’s considered a success with some great games. To celebrat

Celebrating 10 Years Of 3DS

A successor to the incredibly successful Nintendo DS, the Nintendo 3DS released 10 years ago this year. The console features backwards compatibility with older Nintendo DS games and its primary competitor was Sony’s PlayStation Vita. Unlike the Nintendo DS, this new version was able to display 3D effects without the use of 3D glasses plus with an internet browser and an eShop. Despite it being the least-selling handheld for Nintendo, it’s considered a success with some great games. To celebrat

Persona 4: Dancing All Night Review

Persona 4: Dancing All Night is a rhythm-action game developed and published by Atlus, and was released first on the PlayStation Vita 5 years ago. It’s a spin-off from Persona 4 but still follows the main cast of characters as they have to get down and boogie to defeat shadows. Yes, that’s actually what they have to do. Roughly taking place a month after the epilogue of Persona 4 Golden, the story follows Rise Kujikawa and the rest of the Persona 4 crew as they help her for a big concert called

Resident Evil Zero Review

To celebrate the 25th anniversary of Resident Evil and the release of Resident Evil VIII next month – we’re celebrating the series this month. Ever wondered what happened to Bravo team’s Rebecca Chambers prior to the events of Resident Evil 1? The secret is finally out of what really happened to the Bravo team. Development for Resident Evil Zero originally began in 1998 for the Nintendo 64. After encountering memory storage problems, the development slowed until it was rebuilt with the concept

Resident Evil 3 (1999) Review

To celebrate the 25th anniversary of Resident Evil and the release of Resident Evil VIII next month – we’re celebrating the series this month. The original Resident Evil 3 game is a milestone in the series as it introduced quick-time events and branching pathways. You take control of Jill Valentine as she tries to survive the outbreak in Raccoon City and escape. Unlike the 2020, it was well received and a milestone in the series. Ironically, it was designed as a spin-off but through circumstan

Resident Evil Survivor Review

To celebrate the 25th anniversary of Resident Evil and the release of Resident Evil VIII next month – we’re celebrating the series this month. As the first release in the Gun Survivor series, Resident Evil Survivor was a major departure from the survival horror style from the original series. It was released across the world in 2000 on the PlayStation, and celebrates its 21th anniversary this year. The game received mostly unfavourable reviews on release and has been a title that is often forg

Fatal Frame Review

A survival horror game developed for the PlayStation 2 by Tecmo, Fatal Frame released in Japan in 2001. It was later released on the Xbox a year later. The story is set in 1986, and follows two siblings Miku and Mafuyu Hinasaki. Mafuyu ends up disappearing after searching for a famous novelist in a haunted mansion, and Miku goes to find him. During her exploration, she uncovers the clues of all the people who disappeared. She ends up finding hostile ghosts and a dark truth of what actually happ

Ranking Main Persona Titles

Celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Persona series with our ranking of the top titles in the series. Originally known as Shin Megami Tensei, Persona is a series that has exploded in recent years. Persona 5 definitely brought the game more to western audiences, but that doesn’t mean that other titles don’t have any value. It’s time to see which Persona game rises to the top. Just because it’s not number one, doesn’t make it a bad game. However, compared to the others, this game is just lackin

The Caligula Effect: Overdose Review

A remake of the 2016 original The Caligula Effect, The Caligula Effect: Overdose follows a silent protagonist who finds out they are trapped in a virtual world called Mobius. They must find a way out to save themselves and their friends in this JRPG. Mobius is a virtual world governed by a virtual idol called μ where residents are given their ideal Japanese high school life. The protagonist is one of many who is trapped in this world who started to realise that the world isn’t real. You end up
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