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  "Take up the White Man’s burden— Send forth the best ye breed— Go send your sons to exile To serve your captives' need"    Rudyard Kipling, The White Man's Burden   The British have a well-known history of colonisation, even going so far as to oppress their neighbour Ireland for 800 long...

Titans has finally arrived. Overall this episode was not a bad start to a series with a lot of bad press. I went in with an open mindset and yes, some things rubbed me the wrong way. But by others I was pleasantly surprised – Starfire...

With the release of Nier Automata on Xbox now we can all enjoy the soul crushing brilliance that is Yoko Taro’s mind. Nier Automata is my pick for game of the year in 2017. Beyond that it is my list for top 10 games of all...

1. Cosplayers It’s number one on our list for a reason. E3 was full of amazing, ingenious cosplayers as always and this year they really shined. There were three Lara Crofts, a Crash Bandicoot, literal hordes of zombies and the standard was extremely high. Two that...

  In the weeks leading up to E3 the buzz surrounding Cyberpunk 2077 has been getting louder and louder and the Xbox conference gave us what we’d been asking for all these years. CD Projekt Red revealed a much longer trailer which I suspect we shall...

Destiny 2 was one of the most anticipated games of 2017 and it’s getting better all the time. With the new ‘Warmind’ expansion comes many fixes and new features. Escalation protocol is a new mode that enables you to play with a mixture of friends...

Spielberg’s film is a spectacle that’s more than just nostalgia By Ross Miller  Mar 22, 2018, 2:14pm EDT The biggest question I had going into Ready Player One was, absent any and all pop culture references, could the film stand on its own? After all, the book would spend pages poring...