Mark Warren

Review: Paul Merton’s Impro Chums at the Tyne Theatre

Review: Paul Merton’s Impro Chums at the Tyne Theatre

Someone deep in the depths of the balcony replies to a request for a household object with ‘a toaster’. The scene begins. A man named Graham removes some toast from a toaster and asks his wife why it looks so strange. It’s because of her new hobby, she explains. She’s taken to re-creating people’s faces […]

 Mark Warren

Review: Dangerous Driving

Review: Dangerous Driving

Car crashes are an inevitable part of any driving game. However, few games take the simple phenomenon of an object moving at a high velocity coming to a sudden stop and turn it into a major gameplay element. Yet, for a number of years, humanity’s strange fascination with high octane road accidents was the driving […]

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Review: Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice

Review: Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice

I’d like to start this review with a confession. I, the esteemed author of this piece of assuredly high quality video game journalism, have never played a Dark Souls game. Some of you will be understandably incensed by this revelation. You’ll stand up in front of your computer, phone or toaster (or whichever other gadget […]

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Review: Dirt Rally 2.0

Review: Dirt Rally 2.0

Dirt Rally 2.0 waltzed into my life and almost immediately presented me with a rather unique dilemma: do I review it as a Dirt game, meaning as the most recent entry in the Dirt series since 2017’s Dirt 4? Or, on the other hand, do I review it as the second game in the Dirt […]