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Wednesday, January 16, 2019

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.

The Saint’s autumn 2014 video-game preview

It’s been a very, very slow summer in terms of new releases. A fitting season in what’s already been a frankly disappointing year. The...

Q&A: Dr Robin Sloan

Dr Robin Sloan teaches game design and development practices at Abertay University and speaks to The Saint about game design & production.

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.

The case for the morality of Battlefield 1

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

The Rise of Artificial Intelligence

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

The Pokémon wandering around the Bubble

Peter Bothwell finds out about everything Pokégym, Pokémon and Poké-world related in St Andrews.

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds

Hundreds of games aspire to the level of success in the online gaming scene enjoyed by League of Legends, CS:GO, Hearthstone, and other similarly...

FIFA: a female’s perspective

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