Posts by: James Sweeting

Why do we do what we do? Why is this article being written? Why do sites like Thumbsticks even exist? These are perfectly valid questions...

Lego Island holds a special place in the memory of many who are now somewhere in their twenties. This marked the first time that the...

When reflecting back on my DS collection, one of the games that stands out is The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks. Whilst it was not the...

Nintendo has always been known for its willingness to experiment. Even looking back at the days of the Nintendo Entertainment System...

The past couple of months have been eventful for the videogames community, despite this having been the usual quiet summer period....

For a considerable amount of time major videogame publishers have been a prominent force in the industry, helping to dictate which games...

Highly regarded developer (or overhyped creator whose promises often do not come to fruition) Peter Molyneux recently gave an insightful...

The relationship between violence and videogames is one that has almost always been up for debate, and this is unlikely to change anytime...

This year’s E3 marked a dramatic shift, albeit one that was not immediately noticeable. As E3’s go, it was not a revolutionary year,...

After the release of Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare there was a shift in the type of shooters that helped to define the last console...

On the surface this year’s E3 seemed to be no different to in previous years. Games were revealed, demos playable, release dates...

E3 is almost upon us; the most important entry in the videogame calendar, and whilst this year will not be as momentous as last year it...

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