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    Why Call of Duty Is Going “Back To Its Roots”

    Redbrick Gaming Editor James Marvin explains why Call of Duty going “back to its roots” is the best move Activision has made since the original Modern Warfare

    Written by James Marvin on 19th February 2017

    PREVIEW

    Spectacle over Story – Why you should be worried about Mass Effect: Andromeda

    With the return of Mass Effect upon us, Deputy Editor Harry Turner shares his hopes and concerns about BioWare’s latest installment

    Written by Harry Turner on 18th February 2017

    NEWS

    Nintendo Switch : A ‘Switch’ in the Right Direction?

    Redbrick Gaming tunes into the latest Nintendo presentation to get all the insider information on the new Nintendo Switch

    Written by Redbrick on 1st February 2017

    OPINION

    An Ode To Dishonored 2

    James Marvin openly gushes about his personal Game of the Year, Dishonored 2

    Written by James Marvin on 30th January 2017

    SLIDER (GAMING)

    Redbrick Gaming’s Top 10 Games of 2016

    As the new year kicks off to a great start for gaming, the Redbrick Gaming Editorial team look back at the best games of 2016

    Written by James Lentschner, James Marvin, Nicholas Burton & Redbrick on 29th January 2017

    FEATURE

    What Is the Best Approach to DLC?

    Redbrick Gaming Editor Nicholas Burton asks what is the best way for the games to make money post purchase, DLCs, season passes or micro-transactions?

    Written by Nicholas Burton on 11th January 2017

    FEATURE

    Are Mid-Generation Console Cycles A Good Idea?

    Redbrick Gaming's Nicholas Burton discusses the potential and pitfalls of mid-generation console upgrades.

    Written by Nicholas Burton on 2nd January 2017

    FEATURE

    Videogame Marketing and Hype – What Is to Be Done?

    Gaming's Andrew Price analyses the marketing machines behind our favourite games and discusses whether these hype engines could really deliver on their claims on purchase

    Written by Andrew Price on 27th November 2016

    REVIEW

    Review: Shu

    Redbrick Gaming tries to out-run the unrelenting storm in Coatsink and Secret Lunch's speed running sidescroller, Shu

    Written by Redbrick on 21st November 2016

    REVIEW

    Review: Dark Souls 3 DLC – Ashes of Ariandel

    Gaming's Will Gillingham battles the series' fiercest bosses yet, to review the latest DLC for Dark Souls 3 - Ashes of Ariandel

    Written by Will Gillingham on 11th November 2016

    FEATURE

    Redbrick Winter Survival Guide

    Winter is coming and so are some of the hottest triple-A releases. Redbrick Gaming's Will Gillingham gives you all the tips and tricks to help your wallet survive this winter of fun.

    Written by Will Gillingham on 7th November 2016

    REVIEW

    Review: Battlefield 1

    Redbrick Gaming Editor James Marvin takes a trip into the past to review DICE's highly anticipated Battlefield 1

    Written by James Marvin on 5th November 2016
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