Dragon Age Inquisition had a lot to prove after the mediocre reception of Dragon Age 2. While I enjoyed the game, the lazy, copy-paste design was a major issue, this was accompanied by a very small world. Inquisition was the complete opposite in so many ways and it was clear that BioWare had listened to the criticisms. The game offers... Continue Reading →
At number 8 on my "Greatest Games of the Decade" countdown, is The Elder Scrolls Online. A vast and engaging MMO that had me hooked for hundreds of hours.
Overwatch makes 9th place on my "Greatest Games of the Decade" countdown. The beautiful graphics, memorable and varied heroes and the addictive, team-based gameplay help it standout above many others.
This is my countdown of the greatest games of the last decade. At number 10, we have the brilliant and beautiful, Ori and the Blind Forest.
First things first, I hope everyone is having a great start to their 2020. I Just wanted to make an update post on what's going on and the plan for my blog for the first half of the year. As I enter the final semester of my 3 year History degree, things are getting really busy.... Continue Reading →
2019 has been a great year for gaming. I go through my favourite games of the year, from brilliant RPGs, to chilling and unforgettable stories.
Control is a surprising hit that kept me engrossed and in suspense the whole way through. Fun combat and interesting story overshadow the disappointing bosses.
Trails of Cold Steel is an expansive JRPG filled with sharp writing, great characters and intriguing narrative. Some repetitive gameplay and monotonous quest structure doesn't stop it from being an enjoyable experience.
Pokemon is such an important franchise for me and one of my favourites of all time. Pokemon Red was one of the first games I ever played and it got me into gaming as a child. Its core formula has stayed the same over the 20+ years and that's been fine as its stuck to handheld... Continue Reading →