From 1996 to 2012, Capcom has released 24 Resident Evil titles, stretching from different consoles and handhelds. But which ones had the biggest impact?
The biggest spiritual holiday in America sees the Denver Broncos and the Seattle Seahawks battle it out for the title. Who’s your money on?
With 2013 ending on a high note, Liam Tobin looks ahead into 2014 to see if this year will bring the same, if not more, excitement and accomplishments.
American Hustle and 12 Years A Slave lead the 2014 Oscar nominations, leaving Mandela: Long Walk To Freedom snubbed
Luke allows himself to judge what 2013 offered us entertainment wise over the full 12 months. These are his highs and lows.
Thomas Salmon takes a look at the highs and lows of Universal’s take on the tale of the 47 Ronin
Roobla explores the biggest trends in Hollywood during 2013, including superheroes, biopics and adaptations.
How many Pac-man games can Namco really pull off? But it seems our yellow round friend has come a long way from the 80’s arcade to consoles
Thomas Hitzlsperger becomes the most high-profile football player to date to declare his sexuality
The absence of black actors in LOTR and The Hobbit has long been noted; the Desolation of Smaug has begun to (slightly) redress the balance
What does Snapchat tell us about the subconscious of young people?
What can be done to protect women online from Twitter trolls?
After 28 years with 6 consoles and with more than 200 titles you would think that Nintendo would run out of ideas for Mario But think again!
A summary of the state of English cricket after the Ashes series
Luke Allen explains why the hidden success of independent horror games are the way forward for the gaming industry.