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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.

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

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.

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...

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.

Are gaming and university life compatible?

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

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

Games You Missed in 2017

The chaos and uncertainty of 2017 is finally behind us, leaving us only the chaos and uncertainty of 2018 to look forward to. Yet,...

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

Just what it says on the tin: cheap games that will serve you hours of entertainment. The 10-6 of our Games editor's top 10.

The case for the morality of Battlefield 1

An exploration of the moral consequences of a shooter set in the First World War.