If you can look past that clunky name, Final Fantasy XIV: Dad of Light on Netflix is a TV series that will suck you into a Japanese soap drama like no other. Based on a true story of a Final Fantasty XIV (FFXIV) player, the premise of the show is probably one that may be […]

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Written by Pat Kerley Rime is an intriguing game. Developed by Tequila Works and published by Grey box and Six Foot, it was released on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch. My experience with Rime has left me rather conflicted overall, with regards to presentation and gameplay. The story of Rime starts off with you […]

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You may have recently heard of Article 13 making the news or perhaps you haven’t! For many, it may have flown under the radar. What is it? A new proposal to a European Union Directive might pass that could limit you from sharing content and earning a livelihood—not just on places like Twitch, Mixer or […]

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December is almost here which is good news for PlayStation Plus members who will soon be getting their latest batch of PS4, PS3 and PS Vita games that they can download for free. And what a lineup it is! On the cards is a mix of horror, indie, racing and visual novel, here’s what to […]

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T’is the season and with Christmas just around the corner Xbox fans are getting an early present. The latest line-up of free Games with Gold has been announced. Here’s the lowdown on what you will be getting this month on the Xbox One and Xbox 360. Q.U.B.E. 2 (Available December 1 to 31 on Xbox […]

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Halloween has come and gone but for gamers, the gaming season never ends. Sony has announced their line-up for PlayStation Plus (PS Plus) for November. Here’s what members will be getting: Yakuza Kiwami (PS4) This is a complete remake of the PlayStation 2 original. Yakuza is a cult-hit series with a relatively open-world area delving […]

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Great news Xbox fans, the latest line-up of free Games with Gold have been announced. Here’s the lowdown on what you will be getting this month on the Xbox One and Xbox 360. Battlefield 1 (Available November 1 to 30 on Xbox One) The critically acclaimed first-person shooter Battlefield 1 is the 15th instalment of […]

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Written by Kevin O’Connell Optic Gaming and parent company Infinite Esports are in hot water after releasing the entire Optic India roster, after it was found that Nikhel “forsaken” Kumawat was caught red-handed using hacks, specifically aim locks, in a recent LAN event.  During the eXTREMELAND 2018 Asia Finals, a lesser known but still major CSGO tournament with a $100,000 prize, the Optic […]

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Written by Kevin O’Connell Red Dead Redemption 2 (RDR2), at the time of writing this, is mere hours away from the hype-train arriving at its destination! While many have been looking forward to midnight for months/years, I was in two minds whether to get the game on release or wait a few weeks until my mate cleared it […]

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Written by Jade Bennett We’re all used to children’s stories and books being adapted for film and TV like Goosebumps and The Little Mermaid, but video games are just another outlet that borrows material from childhood tales. The story of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland was written by Lewis Carroll and published in 1865. Nowadays, however, […]

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