Games that give me the choice and freedom to decide how I want my characters to act and respond are probably some of my favourite. Mass Effect, The Witcher, and all Telltale games to name a few. Now I know that a lot of the time this sense of control doesn't always amount to much... Continue Reading →
Agony: Violence For Violence’s Sake?
First off I’d like to start this by saying I haven’t played this game so this isn’t a review about whether the game is good or bad, it could be the best game in the whole world, it could be the worst. What struck me most about this game is how much media coverage it... Continue Reading →
4 Video Games That Have Influenced Me
A while back the hashtag #GameStruck4 began trending on Twitter and people are still commenting on it today. Despite thinking long and hard about it, it’s taken me a while to settle on the games that I feel have truly influenced me over the years (hence the mega delay in writing anything about it!) I... Continue Reading →
The video game backlog and how to deal with it
So, it’s finally happened. Both the internal and external hardrives for my Xbox are nearing critical mass thanks to the plethora of free games that come with Xbox Live, the amount of data it’s necessary to install from a disc these days and the epic patches that seem to come as standard with most... Continue Reading →
Online, co-op, or single-player. How do you view and play video games?
If you were to ask your nan what she though a person who played video games looks like, what would her answer be? Mine would suggest either a child, likely a boy, or some fat dude covered in crisps and pizza who didn't know what the sun was, let alone friends. The internet and... Continue Reading →
Zelda: is it really worth buying a Nintendo Switch for one game?
There’s something still truly exciting about turning on and playing a Nintendo Switch. It’s a feeling that I cannot fully describe. It is a console that brings out the child in me. Maybe it has something to do with the fact that the NES was my first console and I’ve owned every generation since... Continue Reading →