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Film in 500: The Suicide Squad Review

Certificate: 15 Writer/Director: James Gunn Production: Atlas Entertainment, DC Comics, DC Entertainment, The Safran Company, Warner Bros. Distributor: Warner Bros. Pictures Platforms: Theatrical Release (Reviewed) Release Date: Out Now! My emotions were conflicted entering The Suicide Squad. On one hand, I’m always excited for a new DC film, but on the other, I haven’t enjoyed the joke-a-minute work of James Gunn, writer and director for … Continue reading Film in 500: The Suicide Squad Review

Catherine: Full Body Review

Developed and Published by: AtlusPlatforms: PlayStation 4 (Reviewed), PlayStation Vita (Japan Only), Nintendo SwitchRelease Date: Out Now! Well, this is a review that has been a long time coming – that’s right, I’m actually finishing something in my drafts folder! Catherine: Full Body, the remaster of cult 2011 hit Catherine, took up quite a bit of my playtime in the last year. The quirky combination … Continue reading Catherine: Full Body Review

Gaming Photo Album: Control

Hi! This post is a bit later than usual for me; it’s been a busy weekend, as I have attended the British Grand Prix at Silverstone. However, I have been preparing another Gaming Photo Album from my stockade to show you all this week! This time around, it is for Control, the critically-acclaimed, third-person, dimension-altering release from Remedy. In terms of the game itself, there … Continue reading Gaming Photo Album: Control

10 Hours With… Nine Parchments

Recently, some friends and I were searching for a new multiplayer game to play; in particular, something a bit more fantastical and magical, as a change from our time with Zombie Army 4: Dead War. From the exhaustive list of candidates, we picked out Nine Parchments, a top-down twin-stick shooter where you wield not guns, but magic! The colourful and co-operative nature of the Frozenbyte-developed … Continue reading 10 Hours With… Nine Parchments

Gaming Photo Album: Horizon Zero Dawn

After all that E3 coverage, it’s now time to return to one of my long-running semi-regular features: Gaming Photo Album! This time it is a game I adore, Horizon Zero Dawn; a phenomenal action-adventure game from Guerrilla Games with a wonderful Photo Mode, letting you capture the various details of the world with filters, angle options, different poses for Aloy, and more. During my playtime, … Continue reading Gaming Photo Album: Horizon Zero Dawn

Blog Update: We (Finally) Started A Video Game Podcast!

It’s finally happened – after much deliberation and delay, some friends and I decided to begin a video game podcast! We have named it Friendly Fire; a name which has origins in the occasional friction of our supposedly-co-operative online multiplayer games together, for example on Zombie Army 4: Dead War and Nine Parchments! This is a podcast where those involved will bring some sort of … Continue reading Blog Update: We (Finally) Started A Video Game Podcast!

My 5 Standout Games From E3 2021

So, another year of E3 has finished, and whilst some shows fell flat (Capcom, really, what was that?), there was plenty to be excited for – whether that was brand-new reveals, or new information on previously-announced games. As usual, our predictions were mostly way off the mark (a solid five out of eighteen correct, good going everyone), but still, I left E3 with some brand … Continue reading My 5 Standout Games From E3 2021

Our Expected, Hopeful, and Plain Ridiculous E3 2021 Predictions

It’s that wonderful time of year again – E3 is back, following the COVID-19-forced absence last year. I don’t know about you, but I welcome its return, as laughing and cheering along with my friends at the hype-fueled reveals from various publishers each year is something I eagerly look forward to. In the run-up to E3 2021, I have collaborated with a group of friends … Continue reading Our Expected, Hopeful, and Plain Ridiculous E3 2021 Predictions

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