With the beginning of a new decade bringing the promise of new and exciting games, several writers for The Edge look back at the 2010s and the best games it gave us.
Editor Jack Nash looks at the battle royale genre of video games, its biggest names, and their highs and lows.
Culture Editor Louise explains to us why Netflix’s adaptation of The Witcher is the one to watch.
It’s 2029 and the Kanto region looks as good as ever. Let’s Go Pikachu 2:…
Vicky Greer looks into war in YA, and the influences it has in the real world.
How is war represented on our screens? From fact to the fictional, Beth takes a deeper look.
Culture Editor Louise Chase looks into how the First World War influenced the writings of J.R.R Tolkien and the Middle-Earth legendarium.
Need some tv shows to watch during Freshers? The Edge have a couple of suggestions that can also give you some A* tips!
Writers Camilla and Louise look at the best modern adaptations of classic Shakespeare plays.
Two writers from The Edge reveal what lessons they’ve learned from video games.
I can’t stop thinking about three space probes watching American football (or, What Speculative Fiction Will Be Like In The Future)
Camilla Cassidy takes us through a story about human existence, told by machines.
As an increasing number of Award winning musicals such as Hamilton have their origins in history, Vicky Greer takes a look at what makes people fall in love with these shows.