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 … 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, … 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 … Continue reading Gaming Photo Album: Horizon Zero Dawn

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 … 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 … Continue reading Our Expected, Hopeful, and Plain Ridiculous E3 2021 Predictions

Gaming Photo Album: God of War

This week, I'm returning to my semi-regular Gaming Photo Album series; there are quite a few games I have images saved up for to do these, and this time I am going to cover the snaps I took in my recent playthrough of God of War! For the #MaybeInMarch event I took on the critically-acclaimed … Continue reading Gaming Photo Album: God of War

My Takeaways From the Horizon Forbidden West State of Play

Just a few days ago, Sony showed off a State of Play focused on Horizon Forbidden West gameplay, similar in style to the Ratchet & Clank one they did recently. It's hardly a secret that I adored the prior game Horizon Zero Dawn and am incredibly excited for the sequel, and therefore I went into … Continue reading My Takeaways From the Horizon Forbidden West State of Play

Gaming Photo Album: Sea of Thieves

Seriously, one of my favourite features of the Xbox Series S is the ease of taking screenshots. The input is well-placed in the middle of the controller with lots of surrounding space, making it inviting to press as you play (pro tip - turn off the notifications for when recordings begin and end, it stops … Continue reading Gaming Photo Album: Sea of Thieves

Building My First PC

In late 2020, I started to have the idea of building my own custom PC for the first time. There were a few reasons; working from home in the profession of graphic design was less efficient when on my relatively cheap laptop; also, with my return to writing on this blog and further ideas to … Continue reading Building My First PC

Gaming Photo Album: Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition

It is the New Year, and I am making it one of my priorities for 2021 to regularly post new entries into my Gaming Photo Album feature; the introduction of Photo Mode into more and more games is functionality I eagerly welcome, and enjoy playing around with. However, in this case, there is no Photo … Continue reading Gaming Photo Album: Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition