Sajid Khan

Ironhide Game Studio: Crafting creative indie games
From Facebook and flash games, Ironhide Game Studio has grown into the steward of one of the most popular tower defence game series of all time
A few Uruguayan friends made an indie game. It sold 17m copies and powered an entire studio
From Facebook and flash games, Ironhide Game Studio has grown into the steward of one of the most popular tower defence game series of all time
How ‘Lost in Translation’ captures the sharp pain of quiet loneliness
Despite its limited perspective and outdated racism, the 2003 movie persists because it paints an acute picture of isolation
Makhachev knocks out Volkanovski at UFC 294, while Chimaev dominates Usman
Despite two very short-notice re-schedulings, the main events of UFC 294 were action-packed
The never-ending dilemmas of long-distance relationships
Two of my closest friends have just begun a long-distance relationship. I wish them the best, but they face many challenges
Podcast: Baldur’s Gate 3 honours the storied history of the computer RPG
The massive and unexpected hit does justice to the history of the series, tabletop RPGs, and a rich vein of gaming history
Sean O’Malley dethrones Aljamain Sterling as UFC Bantamweight Champion with perfect KO
A stunning and unexpected knock out by O’Malley dropped Aljamain Sterling and his championship title
'Air Gear' deserves a proper anime adaptation
The phenomenally fast-paced rollerblading manga deserves to tell its complete story on the screen