It’s that time of year boys, girls, everyone in between and other. It’s the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3 obviously). The first show of the week long event was taken by EA (it’s all the Es today apparently). As much as I don’t like the company they do own the copyrights to several of my favourite […]Read more "E3 Extravaganza, the first day"
At the start of this week CD Project Red opened the beta for their new card game to the public and I got my grubby little hands on it to have a try. I’ve played Hearthstone for a while now and I thought I knew what to expect of the game. You play minions on […]Read more "Gwent: A Different Sort of Card Game"
As you might have possibly noticed by this point on this blog, videogames are very important to me. My usual day is spent at work, then playing games or watching content about the ones I’m playing or new ones coming out. I’m a typical geek but, to my surprise not everybody is like this. An […]Read more "How to Introduce Someone to Videogames"
A while ago when I started this blog I mentioned that Battlefield: Bad Company was my favourite game ever. Well today I think I should elaborate on this because it means I will have actually written something in the first time for about a week… My history with Battlefield goes back all the way to […]Read more "Battlefield: Bad Company – My Favourite Game"
I’ve been playing Rainbow Six siege for about a week now and I have to redact my original complaint about the game. Originally I complained about the fact I had to buy the individual characters with renown points. It’s similar to League of Legends in that respect. However, what I like about Siege is that […]Read more "Rainbow Six Siege: Lurking About"
Seven years ago a small developer released Metro 2033, a post-apocalyptic survival horror set in the ruins of the Moscow Metro system. Usually I steer clear from Horror games, they just aren’t for me. One of my earliest memories involving games was refusing to play Resident Evil because I was convinced the disk was evil […]Read more "Metro 2033: A Lesson In Horror"
Here it is, the final post in this trilogy After the success of Mass Effect 2 there needed to be a push towards the inevitable end. By this time the series was in full swing. Its gameplay mechanics, while being very similar to ME2’s, were more refined and polished. Because of this I wont really […]Read more "The Best Franchise of Last Generation: The Dangers of Expectation"