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Games Not Red E Podcast Podcasts

The Not Red E Podcast Ep. 4: You Beta Get Ready

Alex Aldridge
We’re in beta heaven this week, as we’re chatting all about our experiences with the closed betas for Call of Duty’s new Blackout battle royale mode and Trials Rising. There’s also loads of Spider-Man chat because we’ve actually played it now. The Alphabet of PlayStation examines PlayStation history through the...
Game Boys Podcasts

Game Boys, Ep. 102: Battle Royale Boys Pt. 2- ‘Fortnite’

Tim Maison
Mario vs. Sonic, Forza vs. Gran Turismo, Mortal Combat vs. Street Fighter, Call of Duty vs. Battlefield; the gaming industry is no stranger to rivalries between titles.  The most public rivalry on the market right now is undoubtedly PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds vs. Fortnite: Battle Royale, and here to settle the score are the...
Games News Overwatch

This Week in Gaming News: New ‘Castlevania’, Game Delays and the Battle Royale Bandwagon

Alex Aldridge
It’s occurred to me this week that, considering I typically write this on a Friday, I should probably take into account what happened last Saturday and Sunday… but I can’t remember that far back. If you remember what happened last weekend, hit me up in the comments and you’ll win...
Features Spotlight

What Could The Rise Of Animal Cruelty In Games Mean?

Harry Morris
Animal welfare, like many things, is a divisive issue. Society is brimming with people standing on both sides of the argument, with some holding the opinion that animals exist solely for our own use, and some holding the contrasting perspective that showing compassion and love towards our fellow earthlings is...

E3 2017 In A Nutshell

Harry Morris
Are you overwhelmed with the E3 news? Do you find that there is simply too much keep track of? Here is an overview of the biggest announcements and details, compacted into a brief list that is ideal for speedy digestion.
Features Sony Spotlight

E3 2017: Sony’s Strong Showing Sadly Lacked Surprises

John Cal McCormick
When it comes to E3 conferences, Sony has well and truly backed themselves into a corner in recent years. From killing the Xbox One before it was even released in 2013, to a continuous stream of blockbuster, show-stealing announcements in each of the years that followed, they’ve been bringing their...