Not only is Dishonored 2 a perfect echo of the ethos that earned its predecessor a Game Of The Year title 4 years ago, it will also seriously make you question how much of a sociopath you are. Reporter: Ryan Yeo | Sub-Editor: Emre Gunes Set 15 years after the Dunwall plague, Dishonored 2 is injected with much needed colour through tanned European architecture and healthy greens, no longer consumed by muddy darkness. The now reigning Empress, Emily Kalwdin, protected by her father and bodyguard Corvo Attano, are once again overthrown by the witch, Delilah. With a much more engaging storyline, the player is encouraged to care about their approach to certain characters as it will affect the outcome of the game. The game pushes you to dare, try and fail to fully explore your options i...
Modest fashion aimed at Muslim women is proving ever more popular in the UK. Saleha Bagas, fashion designer, speaks to voice of London By: Amina Sadik | Sub editor: Kat L’Aiguille & Grace Brown Twenty-six-year-old fashion designer Saleha Bagas is leading the way in modest clothing wear for young Muslim women. Bagas graduated with a BA Honours degree in fashion design from the University Central Lancashire just two years ago and has come a long way since then. Her company was launched in 2014 where she initially sold her brand locally in her mother’s living room, but is now shipping worldwide. Saleha grew up in Halliwell near Manchester and learnt embroidery from her father: "I saw him on the machine and wanted to follow his footsteps." He played a huge role in her career
Yesterday, the former NSA contractor was interviewed through a live feed from Moscow in an event held in the Netherlands by private browser StartPage. He was asked about multiple recent topics but the question on everyone's mind was of course the new president Donald J. Trump and what Snowden thinks of him. Reporter: Emre Gunes / Subeditor: Ryan Yeo Edward Snowden talked about the civic duty of the citizen to defend privacy and that new mass surveillance models unveiled in Russia and China are a bad omen for things to come. “They got away with it because they said they’d modelled it on America’s laws” essentially making them immune to western criticisms as they would need to denounce their own policies in the process. Especially now with the social media backlash and public o
Tech 21 doesn't think so Reporter: Joseph Carey | Sub-Editor: Jack Leslie Whenever we get a new phone we’re always really protective over it, we don’t want it to go out into the world of hard surfaces and jagged edges without a case on. The only trouble with this is that the case market is so gargantuan that it’s hard to separate the good cases from the bad ones, they all look the same on Amazon… The Voice of London recently got to take a tour of the National Physical Laboratory (NPL) to celebrate its recent partnership with Tech 21, a British case manufacturer that’s growing exponentially. Before we were shown the testing rooms we were given a presentation by Tech 21 who were keen to differentiate their cases from others out there. Their Chief Marketing Officer, Colin Woodward star