Tag: gaming

Civilization 6 And Learning About Climate Change

Climate change isn’t often addressed in many games but Civilisation 6, as Daniel Woolley explains, can teach us a lot about the impact it will have on us.

Life is a Battlefield

Samantha Davis discusses the recent controversy surrounding the upcoming release of Battlefield V and the #notmybattlefield movement

Magic the Gathering Grand Prix London

Helena Keeble recounting her experience of the Magic the Gathering Grand Prix in London.

A Year Of Gaming In 2017

Deputy Science & Gaming Editor Ryan Gulliford takes a look back at the gaming industry throughout 2017, highlighting some fan favourite releases. Does 2018 have a hard year to match?

Online Gaming: Redefining Social Interaction

Deputy Science & Gaming Editor Ryan Gulliford explores the significance of promoting social interaction in today’s games. Is online gaming a key tool in aiding people with social anxiety?

MCM London Comic Con: An Event Round Up

Deputy Science and Gaming Editor Ryan Gulliford took a trip to this October’s MCM London Comic Con. Here is a round up of the event!

PC Gamer Weekender 2017 – Review

A Review: PC Gamer Weekender

Clannad: A story about family

*DISCLAIMER, HEAVY SPOILERS FOR CLANNAD VIDEO GAME AND ANIME FRANCHISE* The first thing you may notice about this video-game-turned-anime-franchise is that the word ‘Clannad’ has its origin in the Irish Gaelic word meaning “family”. This would initially surprise as most Japanese franchises are either written in one of the many Japanese alphabets or in English. […]

London Anime Game Con Feb 2017

London Anime Game Con has once again started the convention season off for me in 2017, and with a huge bang. The event was perhaps one of the best organised I have ever had the privilege to attend and, to my knowledge, the very first comic con-style event that the Orbital has had the pleasure […]

Dune: Fear is the mind-killer

Syed Ali discusses why the RTS game series Dune, despite being hugely influential in its genre, has been forgotten by even the most seasoned gamers. Perhaps due to the recent announcement of a possible rebirth of a new Dune TV series or a movie, or just simply because I love Dune (1969) the novel, I […]