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Red Bull Gaming Sphere To Launch This March
Red Bull to open a gaming venue in London, following the success of their first in Tokyo.
Film Review: The Limehouse Golem
The Limehouse Golem is a bloody mystery that takes our expectations and turns them on its head.
Nick Button-Brown speaks BAFTA Games and The Future of the Gaming Industry
We were given the opportunity to speak with BAFTA Games Committee Chair, Nick Button-Brown on the collaboration between BAFTA and the games industry.
9 Best Video Games Coming This August
August brings some fantastic games that you need to keep your eyes open for.
Bioware's Lead Designer Has Passed Away
Corey Gaspur, lead designer of Bioware's newest game Anthem, has passed away.
Game Review: Dream Daddy
Dream Daddy: A Dad Dating Simulator is the game that will steal your heart and let you live out your daddiest dreams.
Film Review: Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets
This is a visually superb movie that you will not remember.
6 Reasons To Care About Final Fantasy XII: Zodiac Age
Square Enix released the HD remaster of one of their most acclaimed Final Fantasy games.
9 Games That Will Get You In The Mood For Summer
Summer is officially upon us, so here are some games to get you in the summer-y mood!
Escapist 2 set to break out this August
Sequel the to award-winning prison-escape strategy game has officially been given a launch date.
Game Review: Perception
Perception is a unique horror experience that utilises the main character's lack of sight to create an interestingly terrifying game.
Film Review: All Eyez On Me
It’s been twenty years since Tupac Shakar was gunned down on the Gaza Strip in Vegas and this film commemorates everything that he was and didn't get a chance to be.
TV Review: American Gods (Season 1, Episode 8)
The finale of American Gods manages to add to the tension that the series has built and ends with anticipation for what will come next.
Film Review: Churchill
Churchill is an emotive journey into one of the greatest Britons during one of the hardest times in British history.
Theatre Review: Punts @ Theatre 503
Punts is an interestingly unique performance that speaks on family structures, disabilities, sex workers and the act of sex itself.
TV Review: American Gods (Season 1, Episode 7)
Love, Betrayal and a whole of history follow Mad Sweeney and Laura Moon in this episode of American Gods.
Film Review: Wonder Woman
Wonder Woman is the action-packed female superhero film to clear our skin and water our crops.
Founder of the National University Esports League speaks about competitive gaming and social experiences
Competitive gaming isn't Just about winning the game - it's about the people that play with you and the experiences you have together.