Resident Evil Review

Developed and Published by: Capcom Platforms: GameCube, Wii, Switch, PlayStation 4 (Reviewed - via Resident Evil Origins Collection), PlayStation 3, PlayStation 2, Xbox One, Xbox 360, PC Release Date: Out Now! It's finally here; it's the week of Resident Evil Village releasing, so I thought I would move up my usual weekly post by a … Continue reading Resident Evil Review

Resident Evil 5 Review

Developed and Published by: Capcom Platforms: Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 (Reviewed), PlayStation 3, Xbox One, Xbox 360, PC, Nvidia SHIELD TV Release Date: Out Now! With the upcoming release of the eagerly-anticipated Resident Evil Village, the next mainline entry into the survival horror series, I've felt inspired to continue where I left off with my … Continue reading Resident Evil 5 Review

Zombie Army 4: Dead War Review

Developed and Published by: RebellionPlatforms: Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 (Reviewed), Xbox One, PC, StadiaRelease Date: Out Now As I have mentioned before, multiplayer can be a key selling point for games that might otherwise pass you by. In particular, this has been the case over the last year of lockdowns and isolation, where a communal … Continue reading Zombie Army 4: Dead War Review

6 Reasons Why I’ve Fallen Into GWENT: The Witcher Card Game

A game I suddenly and unexpectedly have been pouring a lot of time into this year has been GWENT: The Witcher Card Game. I've always been a fan of card games, frequenting my local Trading Card Game clubs in Norwich when I was younger, and especially being a fan of Yu-Gi-Oh! to this day. As … Continue reading 6 Reasons Why I’ve Fallen Into GWENT: The Witcher Card Game

A New Dawn: Sunshine Blogger Award #2

It's Saturday once again, and this week we've got another tag post! Following on from my first Sunshine Blogger Award tag a few weeks ago, the awesome MagiWasTaken (who has somehow been posting daily for 100 days straight!) has been kind enough to also tag me for it, so it is time for a second … Continue reading A New Dawn: Sunshine Blogger Award #2

Thoughts on God of War: #MaybeInMarch 2021

As a sequel of sorts to the #LoveYourBacklog event in February, Ace Asunder and Later Levels also created #MaybeInMarch - this is where you select a game from said backlog and commit to it for the month. I chose God of War, a game I bought back in 2018 but for some reason continually put … Continue reading Thoughts on God of War: #MaybeInMarch 2021

Let’s Chat: New Life is Strange & More Square Enix Reveals!

Oh hi there; happy weekend! This latest Let's Chat is focused around the recent Square Enix Presents, a digital showcase in the Nintendo Direct vein that showed off several of their upcoming releases. Prior to the show starting, it was announced that there would be the world premiere of a new mainline Life is Strange … Continue reading Let’s Chat: New Life is Strange & More Square Enix Reveals!

Going Full Circle: Revisiting the Pokémon Ranger Trilogy (& Why It Should Return)

Oh hi there! This post is part of Pokémon: Creator's Catch, a collaboration event created by NekoJonez. In this collaboration, creators from all over have united to cover the Pokémon series for the 25th Anniversary today! You can go to the hub page for this by clicking here, where you can find links to other … Continue reading Going Full Circle: Revisiting the Pokémon Ranger Trilogy (& Why It Should Return)

The Long Way Round: #LoveYourBacklog Month 2021

It feels as though the backlog is a unavoidable part of being a gamer - however well-intentioned, sometimes buying a game doesn't end with ticking it off your personal to-play list. Even if you are enjoying the game, sometimes stuff just gets in the way, whether it be other games, different media, or other responsibilities … Continue reading The Long Way Round: #LoveYourBacklog Month 2021

Mario Strikers Charged Football Review

Developed by: Next Level Games Published by: Nintendo Platforms: Nintendo Wii, Nintendo Wii U Release Date: Out Now! The first Mario football game - Mario Smash Football on the GameCube - was distinctive in how, well, un-Mario it was. Whilst sports spin-offs such as Mario Kart involve taking out your opposition and claiming victory through … Continue reading Mario Strikers Charged Football Review