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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.

Don’t shoot the messenger

Alex Harrison takes aim at the controversy surrounding Grand Theft Auto V, and tells the game’s critics why they’re wrong

Are gaming and university life compatible?

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

The rapid rise of eSports and its battle for true credibility

By Chris Ames Ten or fifteen years ago, if you had asked someone if video games were sports, they would have laughed at you and...

Anarchy and democracy: gaming in 2014

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

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.'

Best of 2013: top 10 games

Games editor Joe Ives counts down his top 10 games of the year

The Last of Us: Left Behind review

Naughty Dog's new add on for their acclaimed title is more of the same, but that's no bad thing