Sam Nason, Author at Redbrick | University of Birmingham
Sam Nason
Second Year English and Drama Student

Twitter: @samjnason

Switch Off: A Critical Look at Nintendo Switch Online

Weak incentives, confused launch and a lack of substance prevent the Nintendo Switch's online service from being among the greats

Posted on 13th April 2019

XBOX Live coming to iOS and Android

Sam Nason explores the implications of XBOX Live arriving on iOS and Android devices, as announced this month by Microsoft

Posted on 30th March 2019

Pokemon Sword and Pokemon Shield Announced

Pokefans Tom Martin and Sam Nason go through the upcoming instalments in the Pokemon series, trying to contain their overwhelming excitement

Posted on 7th March 2019

Nintendo announce Super Mario Maker 2

Sam Nason takes a look at the recently announced Super Mario Maker 2, a sequel bursting with creativity and charm

Posted on 22nd February 2019

Most Anticipated Games of 2019

Gaming writers and editors give a preview of the year to come, and why you should be excited for some of 2019's biggest releases

Posted on 9th February 2019

Retrospective | Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver

Sam Nason takes a look back at Pokemon HeartGold and SoulSilver, the fan favourite remakes throwing trainers back into the vibrant region of Johto

Posted on 1st February 2019

Review | Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

Redbrick Gaming writers give their thoughts on Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, one of 2018's most anticipated games

Posted on 31st January 2019

The Fall of Telltale Games

Gaming editor Sam Nason recounts the mass-layoffs at Telltale Games and explores the implications for the industry going forward

Posted on 3rd November 2018

Recap: Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Direct (01/11/2018)

Smash fan Sam Nason looks back at the final Smash Bros. Ultimate Direct before the game's release, charting new features, characters and modes.

Posted on 2nd November 2018

News: Pokémon: Let’s Go! to be Compatible with 2019 Title

Pokémon: Let's Go is a departure from many of the series' traditions - but it looks like it may be compatible with 2019's core RPG title after all

Posted on 30th October 2018

News: Nintendo Direct Recap

Sam Nason takes a look at the most recent Nintendo Direct, charting a number of exciting announcements but also a few online-related shortcomings

Posted on 23rd September 2018

Sony Announces PlayStation Classic

Bundled with Final Fantasy VII, Tekken 3 and 18 other games, the system launches for £89.99 on December 3rd

Posted on 21st September 2018