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About Nathan Anton

Nathan Anton is a dark fantasy novelist who has branched out of creative writing to critique one of his favourite pastimes, video games.
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Resident Evil 5 Retro Reflection
9 months ago

Resident Evil 5 Retro Reflection

By  •  Retro

Resident Evil 5 was actually a source of big controversy back when it came out. The main issue was a white male (Chris) killing Africans who, funnily enough, live in Africa where the game was set. Read Retro

Games to Look Forward to in 2016
11 months ago

Games to Look Forward to in 2016

By  •  Features

There were some ups and downs in gaming last year. And life has thrown its fair share at us all. But we can look towards the future with hope, especially when it comes to gaming…
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Why More Japanese Games Need to be Localised
1 year ago

Why More Japanese Games Need to be Localised

By  •  Features

In light of recent comical controversy regarding Dead or Alive Xtreme 3 and its lack of western release, I thought it proper to highlight other games of Japanese origin that won’t be travelling the distance and why we need more of them in our lives…
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Spyro 2: Ripto’s Rage Retro Reflection
1 year ago

Spyro 2: Ripto’s Rage Retro Reflection

By  •  Retro

All those years ago, when I first played on a video gaming console, I found my time sink in Spyro 2. Having not played the first in the series, or many video games at all for that matter, I was still smitten with it. Read Retro

Star Wars Battlefront 2 Retro Reflection
1 year ago

Star Wars Battlefront 2 Retro Reflection

By  •  Retro

With the recent release of Star Wars Battlefront, it seemed right to take a trip down memory lane and revisit the reason why everybody was so hyped. ..
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The Best 4 Player Co-op Games on PS4
1 year ago

The Best 4 Player Co-op Games on PS4

By  •  Features

Gaming is better with a buddy, but it’s even better with three. Here are the best 4 player co-op games on PS4 that you and some pals can wreak havoc in…
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Bust-A-Move 2 Retro Reflection
1 year ago

Bust-A-Move 2 Retro Reflection

By  •  Retro

Bust-A-Move 2 has the player shooting various different coloured orbs in an effort to combine 3 or more of the same type for points. Simple, right? Read Retro

You Can Now Buy Cool Dance Moves in Destiny
1 year ago

You Can Now Buy Cool Dance Moves in Destiny

By  •  News

Destiny has become the latest prey for monetising seemingly pointless things. From today, 18 emotes will be available to purchase with real money, which…
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Final Fantasy XIV – Being a Good Citizen
1 year ago

Final Fantasy XIV – Being a Good Citizen

By  •  Features

Final Fantasy XIV is an exception and appears to be flourishing amongst the competition, especially with its recent expansion Heavensward. Final Fantasy XIV was always a pretty game and adhered to various types of players…
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Rayman Retro Reflection
1 year ago

Rayman Retro Reflection

By  •  Retro

Ah Rayman, our armless hero. It gives such fond memories and insane frustration when reminiscing about this cool guy. This simple 2D platformer with imaginative themes and a silent but comical protagonist was my introduction to gaming. Read Retro

Downtime, Is It Acceptable?
1 year ago

Downtime, Is It Acceptable?

By  •  Features

To bring everybody up to speed, PlayStation Network has been having trouble recently and spontaneously goes offline for our enjoyment. Maintaining a massive system like PlayStation Network is hard work…
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Making Sense of the E3 Aftermath
2 years ago

Making Sense of the E3 Aftermath

By  •  Features

So it’s been over a week or two since E3. We saw some brilliant games this year like The Division and Star Wars Battlefront, and even some surprises like the announcement of Dark Souls 3 and the Final Fantasy 7 remake. There were a lot of games to pique one’s interest, but which ones have stuck with you?…
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