Emma Kent, Author at Redbrick | University of Birmingham
Emma Kent
Final year Liberal Arts student and Redbrick Gaming Editor. Star Wars enthusiast, American politics nerd, wine and cheese guru.

Twitter: @GoneEFK

Redbrick Recommends: Games To Play This Summer

Who needs vitamin D when there are so many great games to play indoors. This summer the Redbrick Gaming team pick some of their favourite to recommend

Posted on 13th July 2018

Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery Fails to Charm Fans

Gaming Editor Emma Kent investigates a number of player concerns, including suggestions that Hogwarts Mystery makes frequent negative references to mental health and that the game is (Tom) riddled with micro-transactions.

Posted on 30th April 2018

EGX Rezzed | Eurogamer Gives Advice on How to Get into Games Journalism

Gaming Editor Emma Kent rounds up the EGX Rezzed 2018 session on breaking into games journalism, and asks Eurogamer about diversity problems in the industry

Posted on 24th April 2018

Insomnia | Emma’s Indie Picks

Gaming Editor Emma Kent takes a wander around the halls of Insomnia 62 and highlights the best indie games the event had to offer

Posted on 8th April 2018

The Women Who Inspire Redbrick

Redbrick's female editors celebrate International Women's Day by writing about the inspirational ladies in their lives.

Posted on 8th March 2018

Insomnia | Preview: Insomnia62

Gaming Editor Emma Kent explores the exciting details of the upcoming Insomnia62 event at the Birmingham NEC.

Posted on 1st March 2018

Live Review: Kendrick Lamar

After months of anticipation, Gaming Editor Emma Kent takes on the task of trying to encapsulate Kendrick Lamar's Birmingham leg of the already legendary DAMN. tour

Posted on 12th February 2018

When Games Get Serious: This War of Mine

Gaming Editor Emma Kent revisits This War of Mine to explore its serious and moving message

Posted on 2nd February 2018

The Horror, The Horror: Recognising The Expressive Power of Spec Ops: The Line

As part of Redbrick Gaming's retrospective series, Gaming Editor Emma Kent reintroduces the game Spec Ops: The Line - an unusual shooter that asks deep questions about modern warfare and video games.

Posted on 14th January 2018

Top Indies of 2017

As their 'Games of the Year' list mainly focused on big titles, Redbrick Gaming have taken the time to shine a spotlight on some of their favourite indies, which are equally deserving of a round of applause

Posted on 1st January 2018

MCM Comic Con Birmingham | Top 3 Indie Games

With lots to see on the show floor, Gaming Editors Roshni Patel and Emma Kent find the indie gaming gems among the crowds at comic con

Posted on 4th December 2017

MCM Comic Con Birmingham | The Best Video Game Cosplays

Redbrick Gaming reports on the many ingenious and impressive video game cosplays at Birmingham Comic Con 2017

Posted on 27th November 2017