Don’t panic, the delay to Brexit is much needed

This article originally appeared on United Politics. One of the big criticisms of Vote Leave during the referendum campaign was that they had no plan for actually leaving the EU, or ‘what Brexit looks like’. Though it gave Vote Leave the campaign flexibility to advocate different positions and simultaneously none at all, it was a legitimate … Continue reading Don’t panic, the delay to Brexit is much needed

The Water Temple in the Unreal engine looks as beautiful as it is frustrating

This article originally appeared on Zelda Universe. In the wake of YouTuber CryZENx creating various areas of Ocarina of Time in the Unreal 4 engine, it seems that everyone is getting in on the act. This time, user Albert Wesker has recreated the entrance and central room of the notorious Water Temple. The lighting and water … Continue reading The Water Temple in the Unreal engine looks as beautiful as it is frustrating

Another chance to play Breath of the Wild at EB Games Expo

This article originally appeared on Zelda Universe. First there was E3, where several hundred people got hands on time with what is shaping up to be the most eagerly anticipated game in the history of the Zeldafranchise. For those that missed out, there was another, limited chance at the Hyper Japan event in London, where 30 … Continue reading Another chance to play Breath of the Wild at EB Games Expo

Forcing a Muslim to sell bacon: A riposte

This article originally appeared on United Politics. Fellow United Politics contributor Samuel Hamilton wrote a piece last week defending French authorities’ decision to warn a Muslim shop owner he has to sell alcohol and pork or face closure. Doing so, he argued, conserved “a relatively insignificant part of their life and identity – the cold … Continue reading Forcing a Muslim to sell bacon: A riposte

It’s time to scrap the licence fee, and the BBC has nothing to fear

This article originally appeared on United Politics. From September 1, users of the BBC’s iPlayer will need to have a TV licence. Currently anyone who watches live TV needs one, but they can go without if they only use on demand services. This loophole reportedly costs the BBC £150m a year, and is to be … Continue reading It’s time to scrap the licence fee, and the BBC has nothing to fear

Cover and sample pages revealed for Hyrule Graphics art book

This article originally appeared on Zelda Universe. Back in July we told you about the new Hyrule Graphics art book that went up for pre-order in Japan. Well the book’s out in just under a fortnight’s time, and we finally have some more info about it. The 416-page book features over 2,000 pieces of artwork … Continue reading Cover and sample pages revealed for Hyrule Graphics art book