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Sunday, July 21, 2019

Are gaming and university life compatible?

Joe Ives asks whether it's possible to effectively juggle university life with such an expensive hobby

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

Los Santos, I’m yours: A week with GTA V

Joe Ives gives his thoughts on Rockstar's latest release, and explains why it's everything he had hoped it would be

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: a female’s perspective

Callie Cowdery gives her two cents on the baffling world of FIFA.

The Rise of Artificial Intelligence

Oskar Leimkuhler explores the moral and practical dangers of the potential of Artificial Intelligence.

Xbox One vs. PS4: a next-gen battle royale

With both Sony and Microsoft releasing new consoles for the first time in years, The Saint’s Games division pits the two competitors against each other to see which is going to come out on top

Who won E3 2014?

The dust has finally started to settle on this year’s biggest video game event, so which of the big three - Sony, Microsoft and...

Anarchy and democracy: gaming in 2014

The biggest gaming stories so far this year have been nothing if not unexpected

Top ten games to buy for under £10: part two

Our second part to our two-part series on the best games you can buy for under a tenner.