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  • The Graphics Card Market and The Influence of Online Gaming

    The latest trend taking the online gambling world by storm is the advent of live casino games. Usually, when you play a...

    FeaturesIan GarstangApril 14, 2015
  • Review: Contrast | Xbox One

    Set in 1920s Paris, the twisted reality of Contrast is lovingly crafted with theatres, cafes and even x-rated shows. However, the...

    Game ReviewsIan GarstangMarch 31, 2015
  • Review: Stick it to the Man | Xbox One

    Once in a while a game comes along which really surprises you. I went into stick it to the man with...

    Game ReviewsIan GarstangMarch 2, 2015
  • Review: Max and the Curse of Brotherhood | Xbox One

    Max and the curse of brotherhood is the 3D sequel to the 2010 platformed Max and the Magic Marker in which...

    Game ReviewsIan GarstangFebruary 26, 2015
  • Review: Strider (2014) | Xbox One

    Back in 1990, I was in the Nintendo camp opting for a SNES over the Megadrive (or Genesis) but I often...

    Game ReviewsIan GarstangFebruary 20, 2015
  • Review: Halo: Spartan Assault | Xbox One

    Halo: Spartan Assault was originally designed as a mobile game but was later ported over to Xbox One. It takes the...

    Game ReviewsIan GarstangFebruary 18, 2015
  • Review: A Few Days Left | iOS

    Having taken delivery of my shiny new iPhone 6 I thought it was a great opportunity to stock up on some...

    Game ReviewsIan GarstangFebruary 17, 2015
  • Review: Another World | 20th Anniversary Edition | Xbox One

    Another World, also known as Out of this world is over 20 years old and recently released its 20th Anniversary edition...

    Game ReviewsIan GarstangFebruary 9, 2015
  • Review: Sir, You Are Being Hunted | Steam

    A brisk walk through the British countryside is certainly an experience. Lush green pastures, farms, rural villages and ancient stone circles...

    Game ReviewsIan GarstangJanuary 28, 2015
  • Review: Sunset Overdrive | Xbox One

    Insomniac games have done a tremendous job of creating a large open world third person shooter that is a sheer joy...

    Game ReviewsIan GarstangJanuary 9, 2015
  • Review: Gods Will Be Watching | Steam

    The illusion of choice in video games is something that interests me a lot. When writing a story driven game, developers...

    Game ReviewsIan GarstangJanuary 8, 2015
  • Review: Alien: Isolation | Xbox One | Scary But Long

    Like any dedicated gamer, I played Alien Isolation with headphones on, about a meter away from the screen. My feet were...

    Game ReviewsIan GarstangNovember 18, 2014
  • Review: Pure Pool | Xbox One

    Games don’t have to have constant shooting, hair pin bends, mind boggling puzzles or horrific terror to be fun. Games of...

    Game ReviewsIan GarstangNovember 14, 2014
  • Pure Pool Cues Up On Xbox One This Month

    Take a break from all the first-person shooter action this month in the cool and calming ambiance of an American Pool...

    gamesIan GarstangNovember 6, 2014
  • Review: Destiny | Xbox One

    Destiny is a fickle mistress who will take you to exquisite heights in the beginning then drip feed addictive morsels to...

    Game ReviewsIan GarstangOctober 3, 2014
  • How will Oculus Rift affect the world?

    The primary aim of the virtual world is to let us escape our own reality and so far, we have found...

    Oculus RiftJamal AsskoumiSeptember 17, 2014
  • Review: Dead Rising 3 | Xbox One

    Something has to be said for standing atop a crashed delivery van, panning round 360 degrees and being surrounded by hundreds...

    Game ReviewsIan GarstangSeptember 9, 2014
  • Review: Watchdogs | Xbox One

    There’s no such thing as a bad idea. I can imagine the brainstorming meeting when the team at Ubisoft Montreal got...

    Game ReviewsIan GarstangSeptember 1, 2014
  • A New Surge in Gaming Equality | Women In Games

    Maybe it’s me or maybe I am just behind the times, but I really feel like the video game industry is...

    FeaturesIan GarstangAugust 8, 2014
  • Review: Jazzpunk | Mac | Steam

    Jazzpunk is a surreal first person exploration game from Necrophone Games. Set in an alternate reality where Cold War espionage still...

    Game ReviewsIan GarstangAugust 4, 2014