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Media graduate, professional journalist and self-proclaimed Final Fantasy fanboy. Interests (and die-hard passions) include gaming and sports (mainly football).

Changing the trajectory of the games industry forever

The Sony consoles have sure come a long way since their early days. With the PlayStation 4 going way beyond the 100 million sales mark and the first figures for the PS5 looking extremely positive, the present and future remain bright for the Japanese gaming giant.

And this is all thanks to the dedicated audience that Sony has been able to steadily establish throughout the years. Their relationship with the paying customers has been…


Understanding the internet troll phenomenon and why it happens

Certain people may often become the center of attention due to their spiteful behavior online. By attacking or harassing members of other communities, or even individuals who may be more established within their respective fields, they create a lot of buzz around themselves. But…


How one box can keep trapped inside all the magical memories of our childhood


Mental health and inclusivity are at the forefront of this Twitch streamer’s priorities

Being a part of the online game streaming industry can be a highly rewarding experience. So long as you have the courage to take that first step, and the ability to filter out all the voices of negativity that are bound to creep up on you sooner or later. …


A whole new world of possibilities

Intermission will put the spotlight on everyone’s favourite adolescent revolutionary from the land of Wutai: Yuffie Kisaragi. For the uninitiated, let’s just say that Wutai and Midgar are not on the friendliest…


1990S RETROSPECTIVE SERIES

Reflecting on the innovation and breakthroughs in the ‘90s

This year we are already 25 years away from 1996 and the days of the original PlayStation and the Nintendo 64. These two consoles possessed extraordinary technical capabilities for that day and age. It was mostly thanks to the release of the constraints that were placed on video game developers during the previous era of the Super Nintendo and the…


Is gaming nothing more than an escape from our real-world problems? Do we truly have nothing to gain from it? Is it a dangerous addiction?


There are many titles the development and publishing giant could show off

After a deep dive into the world of Nier Replicant ver. 1.22…(I’m not even going to attempt to type out the rest of that title), I feel as if I’ve remembered what it feels like to play a good RPG — and more importantly, a good Square Enix RPG! …


The announcement of the formation of the European Super League by some of the world’s greatest clubs appeared to come out of nowhere. Yet behind the scenes, it was brewing for a while now. Where does that leave football right now and what could the sport look like in five years.

Manchester United. Real Madrid. Arsenal. Juventus. Chelsea. Barcelona. AC Milan. These are just some of the clubs that as of a few days ago have decided to part ways with UEFA and the Champions League in order to create their own, independent European competition dubbed “The Super League.” …


Recently the popular Shingeki no Kyojin (Atack on Titan) manga came to an end, yet the author’s attitude towards his own world, but more importantly his main characters, is troubling to say the least.

Attack on Titan has been one of the biggest names within the manga industry in the last decade, as readers of the notorious franchise waited patiently every month to discover the secrets hidden behind the colossal beings and why they were hell bent on eating every single human left alive. …

Alex Anyfantis

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