Motley Editor-In-Chief Dan Webb explores two of the most legendary franchises in gaming, Animal Crossing and Doom, and gives food for thought on why they may not be so different after all March 20th 2020, as the dawn broke two of the biggest titans in gaming walked slowly towards the battlefield ready to face-off. Cyberdemon’s sharpened their claws, villagers practised swinging their fishing rods, Doom … Continue reading Animal Crossing Vs. Doom: The Ying and Yang of Gaming
not only did i piece myself up together, but i had also let myself down a couple hundred times. it’s weird that i did not notice how my mind drifted away into another world; all i wanted to think about was the colour of your eyes under the bright amber lights. to break my soul over and over is what i am infamous for. … Continue reading A Poem From Motley
Andrew Burke discusses why Nintendo is so important for the gaming industry today. The world of gaming is always evolving and adapting. Companies like Sony and Microsoft are constantly banging heads trying to make the more powerful console and provide the best exclusives. But we can all admit that these companies would be nowhere where they are today without Nintendo. After the Video Game … Continue reading Nintendo: Childishly Innovative
Phoebe Waller-Bridge has really stepped into the spotlight as of late with Killing Eve and voicing the droid L3-37 in Solo. But the second season of her tragicomedy Fleabag is truly her spectacular success. From the witty writing and editing, to the amazing cast, beautiful cinematic-looking shots and original edge, Fleabag has got it all. She even snatched two Golden Globes for Best Comedy … Continue reading Fleabag Season Two – The Second Coming
Kane Geary O’Keeffe tells us what he thought of the new Greta Gerwig film. What a smile I wore upon my face when leaving the cinema after a screening of the latest cinematic adaptation of Louisa May Alcott’s classic 1868 novel Little Women. My own particular grin standing as a true marker of the wonderfully infectious positive spirit the film radiates. This particular translation … Continue reading Little Women Review
Motley Magazine celebrates success for student journalism here in UCC You know a lot of people have pointed to the fact that one cannot spell the word “Success” without the letters UCC, personally that was nothing more than a funny little coincidence until now. I am very excited to announce that earlier this morning the Student Publication Association Irish Branch released the results of … Continue reading Motley Magazine Wins Best Publication!