Written by Kevin O’Connell Wandersong has been out since September but it passed me by until I learned about how Steam’s automated metrics had slapped some developers in the face and placed restrictions on multiple games thinking they were fake, meaning they had less exposure on the platform. Despite that, the game still did quite […]

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Written by Kevin O’Connell Gris grabs your attention the moment you’ve cast your eyes on its unique, evocative artwork by Catalan artist Conrad Roset and hear its perfectly scored soundtrack by Berlinist. It is the story about a girl who, after dealing with a painful experience and seeing her world fall apart, creates a dreamlike […]

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The FIFA series is more popular now than ever before and EA could easily release a new installment with minor changes and it would still sell millions. But behind the flashy presentation and outstanding authenticity of the franchise, FIFA 19 changes the game in all the best ways possible. Passing and shooting have seen a major overhaul and with […]

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Article written by Jade Bennett Kickstarter has become increasingly popular as of late to fund independently developed games, although not all projects backed by this type of crowd-funding even make it to completion. Countless projects started on Kickstarter that currently remain unreleased, or that didn’t manage to reach their goal (as well as those that […]

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Written and reviewed by Killian O’Boyle Divinity: Original Sin 2 (OS2) is a role-playing game distilled into its purest form. As your adventure takes you from dense jungles to bustling city streets, you’ll fight monsters and mankind alike in tactical grid-based battle. You’ll make decisions that will impact characters that you have grown to love, […]

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Rebirth of the Arcade Everyone enjoys recreating memorable moments of their childhood and none were more memorable to me than spending hours in my local arcade. Sadly, as gaming has got more main stream and consoles are becoming affordable, arcades are slowly fading away. That is, before Token was open. Token is an arcade bar, […]

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TT Isle of Man: Ride on the Edge is a racing game dedicated to an annual racing series known as one of the most dangerous street circuits in the world – Isle of Man TT Race, a famed motorcycle sport event that had its first edition in 1907. Gameplay There is one aspect that this […]

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The two battle royale giants currently entered the mobile fray. Both Fortnite and Pubg have launched in some capacity this past week on mobile platforms. How do both make the transition and are they a fair representation of their console/Pc counterparts? Let’s start with Fortnite. Fortnite launched this past week in test capacity for IOS […]

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  Monster Energy Supercross, allows players to take part in the most competitive and high profile off-road motorcycle racing championship in the world. Developed and published by Milestone S.R.L. This team has been developing racing games as far back as 1996. They are responsible for the MotoGP series and have worked on countless WRC games […]

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Video Games at Shurikon

Video Games at Shurikon Shurikon is an anime, gaming and cosplay convention organised by Dublin Institute of Technology’s Japanimation and Game societies. A celebration of nerd culture with events ranging from gaming tournaments and VR, to cosplay competitions and photoshoots, to all of your anime goodness! With much more to come this year! One of […]

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