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Virtual Life: VR Games to Make You a Believer

With both the SteamVR’s HTC Vive and the Oculus Rift releasing in the first quarter of 2016, virtual reality hardware has been getting a lot of attention. Yet it is the games for the platforms that really showcase the breathtaking […]


What Rae & Focks & Fionna Have Been Playing

Each week we bring you short snippets recounting what we’ve been playing in the past seven days or so. Now that the Canadian Thanksgiving Holiday has come to an end here’s what Rae and Focks have been playing. Focks Recently […]


Begun the DLC wars have.

  Konami’s announcement yesterday that they will sell all sorts of DLC for Metal Gear online got me to thinking, are the DLC wars over? It would seem that DLC has firmly won the war against free content, but one or […]


What We’ve Been Playing: Week of September 21st

Hello readers Welcome to a brand new weekly feature where our editors tell you what we are playing this week and how we feel about that particular game. We hope that you will also share what games you’ve been playing in […]


My Favourite Games of 2013: The Last of Us

With the year coming to an end and game of the year awards being bestowed upon some of the biggest games of the year on other outlets, I’d like to take a few moments to share some of the best […]


Pokemon X & Y: Four Things I’ve Enjoyed So Far

My history with the Pokemon franchise dates back to the late 1990s with the release of Pokemon Red & Blue on the original Gameboy. Sure, I was only 12 at the time but right from the start I was entranced […]


Editorial: Multi-Game Guilds, Good or Bad?

Com·mu·ni·ty: a unified body of individuals as a group of people with a common interest gaming together within a larger society <a guild> For many gamers, one of the most alluring aspects of online gaming is the opportunity to bond […]


Community Corner: MMO’s Going F2P

With intense competition pressed upon massively multiplayer online games by the explosion of the casual gaming market, developers are re-evaluating their businesses models to maintain not only their competitive edge but their overall player base. In 2010 Turbine tossed out […]


Top Reasons Why Pokemon Is Everything Wrong With Modern Gaming

So let’s talk Pokémon. There has been much made of the recent announcement of Pokemon X & Y ,  And I have to say that I’m really excited for the newest generation to come out and breathe new life into […]