Why Exactly Is The PS4 Outselling The Xbox One?

#Microsoft’s recent decision to renew the trademark for Scalebound has had the internet in a little bit of a flurry. No matter where you look when it comes to gaming media, there seems to be some coverage on the development. Now, regardless of whether the title is really being put in development, popular gaming media ...

Binge Watching And Playing: The Best Way To Consume TV And Video Games? Or Worst Way?

So recently, I’ve been thinking quite a bit about the action of binging on media (for example, a television, film or gaming series) and the effect that may have on your overall enjoyment or appreciation of the content you’re consuming. Binging, with regards to media, has become a very popular manner in which to consume ...

Bring On The Xbox Exclusives: What Do Gamers Want To See From Xbox’s E3 Showcase This Year?

When it comes to #exclusives within the #videogame industry, there isn’t really a single overarching opinion within the gaming community. Some #gamers absolutely hate the idea because part of the community will not be able to gain access to the title because they don’t have the correct hardware to play said title. Other gamers love ...

The Video Game Market Actually Isn’t Crashing?

If you frequently visit #gaming news websites, blogs or YouTube channels, there is a significant chance that you may have previously come across the opinion that the video game market is headed for a #crash based on the year-on-year decline of #videogame sales. The basis of such claims had been figures released by #NPD; one of ...

Let’s Climb On The Hate Train: Are Gamers Too Negative?

So, a recent Polygon article about the inclusivity of the yet unreleased Call of Duty: WW2 as well as the negative reaction towards the also unreleased RiME based on information from an unverified source had me thinking about whether gamers are just too negative about new video games.

Nintendo Switch: Should You Buy One? First Experience Impressions!

This weekend I had the opportunity to attend a #NintendoSwitch Exclusive Pre-Launch Event in which the #Nintendo #Switch (due to be released March 2017) and a few of its launch and other upcoming titles were showcased. At this event, a couple of friends and I got to play a few of these titles, speak to ...

Call of Duty 2017: Boots On The Ground?

It seems that the 2017 installment into the extremely popular Call of Duty series will finally be going back to its roots. This information was revealed in Activision’s 2016 fourth quarter earnings report, in which the performance and future of the publisher’s best-selling franchises was discussed. In the meeting, it was acknowledged that the future ...

Top 5 Romances in Video Games

Arguably, the holiday that evokes the biggest mixed reaction from members of society is #ValentinesDay; a day which supposedly helps celebrate the emotion of love (but, most likely, in reality, lands up creating more conflict between lovers than anything else.) Some choose to spend the day showing their love for other people by, for example, ...

Infinite Borefair: 5 Reasons Why Nobody Seems To Like Infinite Warfare

There is no denying that probably one of the most popular activities on the internet when it comes to #gaming is to spread hate about the massively popular #CallofDutyseries. Despite the series often being proclaimed as the bane of present day gaming, it has still sold rather well. That is until #InfiniteWarfare came out. Infinite ...

The Assassin-Free Years: What To Expect From The New ‘Assassin’s Creed’ Title When It Is Released

When it was first announced that there would be no Assassin’s Creed title released in 2016, many gamers were largely surprised. Ubisoft neglecting to release a new title in their annualized cash cow series? Unthinkable! So, why would Ubisoft decide not to release another Assassin’s Creed title in 2016? The answer to this is rather ...