Nintendo: Childishly Innovative

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 […]

Artificial Intelligence is Replaying the Video Game Industry

Grace Byers looks at how video-game technology has changed over the last 50 years as we move into the digital age of streaming Artificial intelligence has made significant changes to many industries over the last couple of years. Some of these include health, legal, retail, and music industries. Today I am going to take you […]

Insomnia 2019: Gaming Paradise

  The Entertainment Team went to the Insomnia Gaming Festival this year in Dublin and Entertainment Editor Andrew Burke shares his thoughts. The Insomnia Gaming Festival made its return to Dublin this year on the 9th-10th November. Our Editor-in-Chief, Dan Webb, and I had the pleasure of attending. While conventions like Dublin Comic Con cater […]

Critical Role

An immersive experience for fantasy lovers and gamers alike. Words by Julie Hassett. Critical Role, the show in which “nerdy-ass voice actors get together and play Dungeons and Dragons.” This is how voice actor and illustrious Dungeon Master Matthew Mercer starts each of his exciting D&D games on his weekly show. You might hear these […]

Crash Bandicoot

Crash Bandicoot was probably one of the first games I ever played. It is a platform game developed by Naughty Dog, who went on to make such games as The Last of Us and the Unchartered series. Crash was first released in 1996 for the Playstation One, and is listed as Playstation’s eighth best-selling game […]