Video games have come a long way since their pixelated origins. No longer are we simply scrolling from left to right, shooting at incoming aliens from the top of the screen like in Space Invaders, or bouncing a white square from one end of the screen to the other via Pong. Now, video games are just as cinematic, well-acted and well-written as many major Hollywood … Continue reading The Best Video Game Narratives Of The Last Generation – ScreenHub Entertainment
While it did very well with critics and a lot of gamers, I’m one of those people who just didn’t really like Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey that much. Which was a shame, as the ancient Greek setting was right up my alley. Set during the Pelloponean War, which was a military conflict between Athens and Sparta, this game should have been ripe for wonders, especially after … Continue reading ‘Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla’ Impressions – ScreenHub Entertainment
It’s been a little over a year since Metal Gear Solid writer and designer Hideo Kojima’s first game without Konami was released, the oddity that was Death Stranding. Gamers and critics either loved it for its unconventional gameplay mechanics that set it apart from basically every other game out there or found the gameplay loop profoundly boring and the story absolutely bizarre. But those opinions … Continue reading Why You Should Explore Death Stranding’s Lonely World Right Now – ScreenHub Entertainment
Most people would praise Halo for its intense action before its intelligent storytelling. The classic science fiction shooter series certainly isn’t short on excitement, but the story it tells, particularly in the second and third games, is far more complicated than it first appears. When examined closely, the Halo series weaves a tale of religious fanaticism as complicated and rich with allegory as any, and … Continue reading How ‘Halo’ Tackles Religious Extremism – ScreenHub Entertainment
The world has been taken aback by the novel virus known as COVID-19. Schools around the world are closing their doors, gatherings of people are discouraged or banned, restos and bars have closed, major sporting events have suspended their seasons and thousands of individuals are finding themselves in self-quarantine for fourteen days at the very least. We hope for speedy and safe recoveries to anyone … Continue reading What To Watch, Play or Learn While You’re In Self-Isolation Due To COVID-19 – ScreenHub Entertainment
At a glance it may seem easy to dismiss Aliens vs. Predator 2. Sandwiched between the classic 1999 game and the 2004 film that finally brought this battle to the big screen, this 2001 shooter is often lost in the shuffle when looking at the crossover series’ impressive history. But make no mistakes – even almost 20 years after its initial release, Aliens vs. Predator … Continue reading Return to LV 1201: Remembering Aliens vs. Predator 2 – ScreenHub Entertainment
Since its 2001 debut, the Halo series has become one of the most iconic video game franchises in history. For a long time however, the series has remained exclusively on the X Box. While some spinoff titles, like the strategy based Halo Wars could be found on PC, no entry in the main saga has seen the outside of the Microsoft owned console since the … Continue reading Jump To PC Proves Big Win For ‘Halo’ – ScreenHub Entertainment
Still waiting for your chance to play Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege starting on August 28th in preparation for Operation Ember Rise?
Continue reading Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege to have a free play week starting on August 28th – ScreenHub Entertainment
The Electronic Entertainment Expo, better known as E3 has come to a conclusion and what an event it was. Full of game reveals, gameplay and a peek at the future of the industry, this particular event had quite a bit to showcase. We’re going to break down some highlights of the expo, showcase our favourite moments and talk about what streaming gaming can mean for the industry and the consumer.