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  • Are Video Games too Violent?

    I had a moment of hesitation when coming up with a title for this topic, because violence in itself is a very broad concept in the real world and manifests itself in so many different ways. Video games have a long history of pushing the boundaries of what is acceptable in society today and care should […]

  • Battlefield 4 – Review and Giveaway

    Battlefield 4 – The Review Publisher : Electronic Arts Developer : EA Digital Illusions CE (DICE) Review Platform : PC The Battlefield series kicked off in 2002 with Battlefield 1942 and has a huge following of dedicated fans who have followed the game right up to BF4‘s illustrious predecessor Battlefield 3. Being primarily a multiplayer/team based game, […]

  • Free Game of The Week – Black Mesa

    A superlative remake of one of the most important games ever made. We should applaud an excellent work made for free by fans of the original game. A free game that lets you relive Half-Life without having to stomach outdated visuals. Essential to every gamer. Perhaps this should be called Free Game of The Decade, […]

  • Free Game of The Week – Floating Point

    Floating Point is a free, peaceful game about using a grappling hook to swing yourself gracefully through randomly generated spaces. In the air, you’re fighting gravity. When you splash down beneath the water, you’re fighting your own buoyancy to swing yourself further into the depths. The only objective is to collect points, and the only […]

  • Free Game of The Week – Team Fortress 2

    Team Fortress 2 The most fun you can have online… The most highly-rated free game of all time! New to TF? Don’t sweat it! One of the most popular online action games of all time, Team Fortress 2 delivers constant free updates—new game modes, maps, equipment and, most importantly, hats. Nine distinct classes provide a […]

  • Freeware Game of The Week : Pure Sudoku Deluxe

    Pure Sudoku Deluxe Pure Sudoku Deluxe is a popular way to play free sudoku puzzles on your PC. This free sudoku game is easy to use and is highly regarded by players, having scored an average of 4 stars out of 5 at the most popular download site on the internet. After seven years of selling the Deluxe version of […]

  • Freeware Game of The Week – Beneath a Steel Sky

    Beneath a Steel Sky- A Classic Point and Click adventure, set  in a dystopian future. Cult classic, ‘Beneath a Steel Sky’, widely considered to be one of the best adventure games ever written. [youtube][/youtube] Overview: Robert Foster is an innocent outsider stranded in a vast city where oppressed civilians live and work in soaring tower […]

  • How to use a game client

    All steamed up Sometimes known as digital content delivery platforms, game clients have evolved since Steam pioneered the concept in 2003. When the much anticipated Half Life 2 was launched in 2004, most gamers bought the game on DVD, rushed home to install it and found to their horror that not only would they have […]

  • Freeware Game of the Week – Boson X

    Bosun X – Quantam jumping at critical velocity Quantum jump from Planck to Planck as you hit critical velocity in Boson X, a new rotational runner from Mu & Heyo. Build up speed inside a massive particle accelerator and generate high-energy collisions to discover strange new particles. Use precise timing and fast reflexes to navigate […]