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Thursday, September 20, 2018

New Mario Maker is a dream come true to Nintendo Fans

By Chris Ames I won’t lie: growing up, I hated the Mario games. As someone who had regularly played platformers more along the lines of...

The greatest journey

'I’ve seen the future of video games, and it is Journey - an artistic masterpiece that not only transcends the medium, but completely reinvents it.'

Not just boys’ toys: the growth of the girl gamer

Where did all these 'girls' come from? Have they been here all along?

The diminishing divide between disability and video games

If society’s attitudes towards disability have ‘matured’ over recent years, the same can also be said for the video games community’s. Find out about the growing body of people in the industry, in government, and in the general public pushing for greater access to games.

Love games: the best video games for a date

With this advice, you'll definitely 'click' with the right one

Ambitious and refreshing: 2015 in Games

Why 2015 in Videogames will, sort of, be 'an inverse of the New Year's Eve' party

Tournaments and a Starship: St Andrews’ Gaming Society

With over 90 paid members, Gaming Soc is one of St Andrews' fastest growing societies. The Saint found out more:

Why video games are scared of sex

Video games have a long history of confronting social taboos. However, as a result of technological limitations, social conservatism and marketing concerns, the medium remains petrified of sex.

FIFA 15 review: The beautiful ‘game’

FIFA is as great as it’s ever been, and though this year’s title is by no means ground-breaking, it’s certainly the prettiest, most life-like, and most complete football video-game yet.

From a few cubes to a billion dollar buyout: A look...

A key element in Minecraft’s success is fairly simple: it’s an awesome game. Exploring, crafting, and fighting within its universe are all incredibly fun and addictive experiences