Morgan McMillan takes a look back at Criminal Minds, the top crime drama that is now 15 years old!
From PS5 mishaps to the end of a 3DS legacy, this week may have been quiet but it’s had some big events that have rocked the entertainment industry. Check out this week in news!
Announced at the PS5 Showcase, Hogwarts Legacy has only stirred up controversy since by being tied to notorious transphobe J.K.Rowling.
Classic Culture Editor, Olivia Dellar, reflects on Lana Del Rey’s third album which “birthed the Honeymoon era” and arguably spawned her greatest album yet.
In the final reveal event for Sony’s upcoming console, they unveiled games like Hogwarts Legacy and God of War Ragnorak, as well as a price and release date for the PS5.
Hazel Jonkers takes a look back on the film adaptation of Kazuo Ishiguro’s novel of the same name.
Georgie Holmes revisits one of music’s “greatest comebacks” on Hounds of Love’s 35th anniversary.
Louise Chase takes us back 5 years to the game that “turns conventions on their head”.
Editor Morgan McMillan pays tribute to The Jimi Hendrix Experience on its 20 year anniversary.
The Ubisoft event included a surprise unveiling of the 2003 remake of Prince of Persia: Sands of Time as well as exposure of upcoming games like Immortals Fenyx Rising, Watch Dogs: Legion, and more!
Broken records, stars lost and an ongoing battles between console powerhouses are just a few of the events that have happened this week. Read the article to find out more!
Alex Read reflects on Halo Reach, the game that brought an end to an era and ushered in a new time for Halo games.
Released 10 years ago, the third Professor Layton game “stands out as a highlight of the series”.
Released 25 years ago, One Hot Minute was “heavier, darker and more experimentalist than almost any other Red Hot Chili Pepper album” and marked a distinct, if temporary, shift for the band.