What do video games mean to you? For many, they are likely just a fun past time to help you unwind after a long day at work. Others, it’s a part of your career, whether that’s through journalism, playing esports, and making videos on Youtube or streaming. For me, video games mean a mixture of... Continue Reading →
What are some of my favourite video games/franchises? Whether because of its story, characters or gameplay.
The Sinking City boasts an intriguing main storyline, engaging side missions and smart detective mechanics. However it often sinks under the weight of its own ambitions.
Before you read the full post, I just want to say that I wasn't sure whether to publish this post. Ever since the trailer for the new Zelda was shown at E3 I wanted to get some things off chest and give my honest thoughts and opinions on Breath of the Wild as a long... Continue Reading →
A brilliant and macabre tale that explores the relationships between friends and family in the face of horror. Smart and engaging gameplay accompany this hauntingly beautiful experience.
E3 has once again come and gone, all the weirdness and excitement that comes with it. The Ubisoft conference had its annual flash dance segment to promote the next Just Dance, Bethesda yet again proved the point to everyone that they do not have enough to people to warrant having a conference. So many games... Continue Reading →
A game that has promises of greatness, but its fun and engaging combat, interesting world and characters can't compensate a short and lacklustre story, repetitive structure and lack of endgame content.
An update post-second year at uni going over what I have been playing and the content that is to come in the near future.
*This will be a new type of content for my website that focuses on clear and concise reviews for games or content such as DLC that I don't have the time to make a full length review for. Or the games are smaller, therefore, a shorter review works better. Assassins Creed Origins: The Hidden Ones... Continue Reading →