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I love games; horrors and puzzle/strategy are my favourite genres but I enjoy playing pretty much anything. I still believe a good story is important and shouldn't play second fiddle to the multiplayer experience unless via a co-op campaign. I also enjoy watching football, supporting the mighty Liverpool, as well as drinking tea and petting my kittens.

AVG Antivirus giveaway

Every day hundreds upon thousands of people are scammed online, losing money and having personal documents hacked. Do, you want to be one of them? If not, I’d recommend getting yourself an antivirus, even a free one. Now, there are…

IPTV – The future of television?

If you’re not into paying the likes of BT, Sky and Virgin Media an absurd amount of money to watch TV, you may have found yourself using alternative services for watching your favourite movies and shows. Freeview or Freesat would be the main alternatives for most…

FULLSYNCing up – Going forward

Running a website may look like a simple task to some, but it’s not always as easy as it seems. When Stark approached me and Chris about starting FULLSYNC he showed us a business plan, setting out what it was he wanted…

Exploring the family tree: What Remains of Edith Finch review

I’ve always thought it’d be quite interesting to explore my family tree; you know, to see if I’m related to any significant historical figures or whether a distant relation may have left me a vast fortune yet to be claimed.…

Sandberg Active giveaway

Ladies and gentleman, boys and girls, it’s time for a worldwide giveaway in partnership with our friends over at Sandberg to celebrate the launch of their new Active range. So this week we’ll be giving you the chance to win one of two Sandberg Bluetooth…

Exclusive Q&A with Giant Sparrow’s Ian Dallas

After receiving much praise at a number of events over the past couple years, Giant Sparrow released their latest game What Remains of Edith Finch back in April. To coincide with our upcoming review of the game, we’ve been chatting to Ian…

Going in blind: Perception (PC) review

Science and Religion have a rocky relationship, to say the least, especially since scientists have pretty much put to bed the idea that God created the Heavens and the Earth with the big bang theory (and I don’t mean the…

Exclusive Q&A with Amanda Gardner, writer of Perception

In a time where we probably have more horror games being released than ever before due to the popularity of the first-person style and how well it works with VR, it’s hard to come up with new and original concepts.…

Exclusive Q&A with Chris Square of Squarestation

Today we have the pleasure of bringing you our latest Q&A which took place with an awesome Indie Developer who goes by the name of Chris Square. Chris recently released the game Squarehead Soccer for Android and iOS, and took time…

SQUARE ENIX and People Can Fly partner up

One is known for bringing us award-winning series such as Final Fantasy and Tomb Raider, the other for developing the hits Bulletstorm and Gears of War: Judgement, and now the two are coming together to work on an external development project. Yes, SQUARE ENIX and People Can Fly…