Gaming Photo Album: Dragon Age: Inquisition

As I continue to dig through my archives of game captures (and delight in documenting them here), we get to Dragon Age: Inquisition. This was a game I fell in love with early in my ownership of a PlayStation 4. Bought shortly after Christmas 2014 (therefore, into early 2015), it became one of those sprawling … Continue reading Gaming Photo Album: Dragon Age: Inquisition

Going Back to Apex Legends

In this very different year of lockdowns, disruption, and a lack of face-to-face socialising, gaming has become an even more prominent way to keep in contact with friends. As I have mentioned before, my friends and I set up a Discord server this year instrumental in keeping us connected without meeting in person, and often … Continue reading Going Back to Apex Legends

FIFA 18 Shows How Third-Parties Can Succeed on Switch

Let's get thing very clear - FIFA 18 on Switch is missing a lot of the features present on other systems. Most notably, perhaps, is the lack of The Journey, a story mode of sorts that has you following the cinematic journey of Alex Hunter as he makes his, er, journey through the sport. Despite … Continue reading FIFA 18 Shows How Third-Parties Can Succeed on Switch