It's all fun and games until you hate the games and the fun is long gone.
Student currently studying Creative & Professional Writing (it's just as pretentious as it sounds). Almost as big a fan of gaming as I am of writing. Films are cool, too.
It's currently free on Playstation Plus, so here's five reasons to try out Moppin's gravity-fuelled rogue lite.
Kumail Nanjiani headlines a great cast in this poorly marketed, excellent drama.
This latest horror-drama is the best example of why we're scared of the dark.
This comically violent indie platformer wears its bloodied heart on its sleeve. Expect some rough edges.
Now's as good a time as ever to jump into this multiplayer slasher.
With his toe-tapping, tyre-burning action flick, Edgar Wright has yet again shown why he's one of the best around.
If you've ever thought about ditching Sony's online service, here's fifteen reasons why you might want to reconsider.
If you're looking for an indie title to kill an afternoon, Danger Zone may just be the answer.
Looking for a way to justify your Playstation Plus purchase? Look no further than this amazingly brutal zombie shoot-em-up.
After a few divisive attempts, DC have finally managed to give us a film with enough substance to justify the hype.
Call it levelling up, call it advancing to a new rank - call it whatever, but video game progression is the cornerstone of what makes us return to our favourite titles.
With a new trailer for the upcoming Blade Runner sequel comes a whole host of beautiful cinematography.
There's no shortage of scares on Sony's gaming powerhouse, so let's take a look at the best horror games available on PS4 right now.
Star-Lord and the gang are back with a sequel that delivers on all fronts...except its story.
Arkane Studios' latest sneak-a-thon is intriguing, if a bit clunky. Here's what we think of Prey from the new demo.
An outstanding visual spectacle that's soon coming to an end.
Looking back on one of the best FPS series' we've had with a retrospective on Timesplitters: Future Perfect.
They just don't make horror movies like they used to.
Jordan Peele's debut horror, Get Out, does nothing but prove his razor-sharp wit.