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Young gamers are inventing their own controllers to get around their disabilities

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David Wästerfors, Lund University Nintendo’s latest gaming device is unique. It can operate like a traditional home console, a tablet or a handheld gaming unit complete with miniature joystick. But for gamers with disabilities, the Nintendo Switch may still have many of the same problems as any other console. Yet some of these young gamers are inventing their own ways Continue Reading...

Persona 5 Review

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Developer Atlus brings us the long awaited western release of Persona 5. After a few delays to the western release the big JRPG series Persona finally comes to us with its fifth entry but thankfully newcomers to the series can jump right in here as this is a fresh tale being told here. So was the wait worth it? Let’s Continue Reading...

Starblood Arena VR Revew

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The PSVR has been out for six months now and whilst most of the software has been quite fun, with some great experiences had, nearly all are short titles. The games that have had me going back for repeated helpings have been multi player titles, of which there are very few. Thankfully there is a new arrival to add to Continue Reading...

Redout Review

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Anti-grav racing is something that is I’ve enjoyed for a long time, since WipeOut 64. It’s fast, exciting, engaging and takes you to some interesting places. Something other racers never seemed to do for me. Now finding this on the PC, I’ve lost many hours to master just one track, out of nearly a hundred. Gameplay This is a racer, Continue Reading...

Yooka-Laylee Review

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Yooka-Laylee is the latest platforming game that aims to revitalise the 3D platforming genre from decades now past.  Does Yooka-Laylee succeed in delivering a brilliant platformer that can rival the likes of Banjo-Kazooie, or does it fall short of the glory RARE was known for in the 90’s? Gameplay Before we begin, I must point out that many reviews of Continue Reading...

LEGO City Undercover Review

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LEGO City Undercover is by far one of the best LEGO games that I’ve played to date. That’s a tall order especially when titles such as LEGO Harry Potter and LEGO Lord of the Rings are backed by massive movie franchises.  LEGO City Undercover is the first LEGO title that’s not emulating a movie and is entirely fresh, and works Continue Reading...

Kingdom Hearts 1.5 + 2.5 Remix

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Kingdom Hearts is the collaboration of both Disney Interactive and Square Enix. A match made in heaven to be completely honest. Both companies that have told some amazing stories and created wonderful characters and brought them into our homes.  So, what do you get when you put a studio behind one of the most beloved children’s tales that many adults Continue Reading...

Has Been Heroes Nintendo Switch Review

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Before writing my recount, I’d spent over nine hours with Has Been Heroes on Nintendo’s new hardware hotness. I’ve only completed a full game round once and unlocked one new hero from the vast selection. Difficulty is a talking point with Has Been Heroes, as is the steep learning curve and rough-around-the-edges visual get-up. However, some quirky humour and charm, Continue Reading...