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

My 5 Favourite Video Game Characters

This week, we're stopping to take a breath from the Resident Evil reviews - they will continue soon, but I thought it'd be a good idea to break them up with a list post. Specifically, I am expanding on a recent tag that went around the community online, where we had to select our favourite … Continue reading My 5 Favourite Video Game Characters

Let’s Chat: Are Games Too Long Now?

- This article was originally posted on 19th March 2018 and is being updated and archived here. Whilst situations have changed, I reckon a lot of the subject matter is still very relevant! - A mix of work and a lack of a major theme in the gaming news recently has led Ashley Harrison and … Continue reading Let’s Chat: Are Games Too Long Now?

Let’s Chat: So, That Nintendo Direct Was Pretty Great, Huh?

- This article was originally posted on 12th March 2018 and is being updated and archived here. I am bringing over the back catalogue of Let's Chat gradually, and finding that going back to these moments in time has a nostalgic appeal! - Fellow gamer Ashley Harrison and I experimented with a discussion format a while … Continue reading Let’s Chat: So, That Nintendo Direct Was Pretty Great, Huh?

6 Wii U Games We Need on Switch

Recently, we looked at how the 3DS still has plenty of great games to play in 2018. The same can't be said of the Wii U, a console Nintendo cut their losses on some time ago. Yet, the Wii U is still giving Nintendo Switch players plenty of joy, as Nintendo brings over the software … Continue reading 6 Wii U Games We Need on Switch