Category:  Columns

By , February 27, 2015, @ 4:00 pm 0 Columns, PS

The Order: 1886, look out for our review early next week, has received a pretty mixed set of reviews. Some have loved it, others thought it was average at best and a few disliked it, but not necessarily because it… Read More »

By , February 6, 2015, @ 12:00 pm 9 Columns

I recently discovered that playing videogames makes me fat, and I’m not entirely sure why. Let me tell you the story of how I’m getting fat after resuming my online gaming habits. It’s strange how not having internet for a… Read More »

By , January 14, 2015, @ 4:00 pm 2 Columns, PC, PS, Xbox

After closing G3AR just prior to Christmas, us G3AR peeps, or at least some of us, went on a bit of gaming spree. After all, we had more time on our hands than was normal – I, myself, was practically… Read More »

By , December 11, 2014, @ 4:30 pm 9 Columns, Nintendo, PC, PS, Xbox

At a cursory glance, it would seem that it’s the publishers of today that are to blame for the current state of the gaming industry. That is to say, a market inundated with unstable, buggy or just downright broken games,… Read More »

By , December 9, 2014, @ 3:30 pm 8 Columns, PC, PS, Xbox

Not too long ago, I asked the team to give their opinion on the current state of Steam and whether Valve was as much a trouble maker as publishers like Ubisoft and EA. At the time, I made sure to… Read More »

By , December 8, 2014, @ 12:00 pm 9 Columns, PC, PS, Xbox

A few weeks back, I wrote an article about my early discovery and subsequent fascination with comic books, and how some of the best games in recent years have had major or minor connections to comic books. Following that, I… Read More »

By , December 3, 2014, @ 12:30 pm 5 Columns, Nintendo, PC, PS, Xbox

I expect that after that title, the readership will be split somewhat unevenly. I expect the majority of you will have read the title and decided that I am stark raving mad for even daring to mention board games in… Read More »

By , November 25, 2014, @ 5:00 pm 4 Columns, PC

After a number of issues with its Early Access program, Valve has finally updated its Steam Early Access guides and rules, and the program is all the better for it. But it’s far from where it needs to be, and… Read More »

By , November 19, 2014, @ 1:30 pm 20 Columns

As controversial as this topic is, I’d still like to consider it for a moment. With the media and parents aplenty blaming video games for a host of things, from the anger and rebellious spirits of their youth, to an… Read More »

By , November 14, 2014, @ 3:30 pm 6 Columns, PC

The G3AR team consists of a wide array of individuals, each boasting a number games they like, dislike, love and hate. There is one binding commonality among many of us, however – it’s a love for Dota 2. It’s the… Read More »

By , October 23, 2014, @ 2:00 pm 29 Columns, Nintendo, PC, PS, Xbox

State of the Game today is a rather simple topic, and that’s because, oddly enough, it’s about difficulty in games. Difficult games versus easy games is way too subjective and generalised a topic to argue for or against. What principles… Read More »

By , October 21, 2014, @ 2:30 pm 8 Columns, PC, PS, Xbox

One of my first childhood memories was the day I woke up, surrounded by a heap of comic books my parents had bought from a fair. Everything you could possibly think of was somewhere within the collection: Archie, Batman, Fantastic… Read More »