I can’t stress enough that there will be spoilers below, if you haven’t played Resident Evil 7 yet then only continue reading at your own discretion. Never have I been more relieved in my gaming life than when I played Resident Evil 7, the Resident Evil series has been a pinnacle franchise for the survival […]Read More Welcome to the family! A Resident Evil 7 review
This was quite the weekend for many gamers worldwide, for the past 3 days gamers from all over the globe have had access to the beta for a new game known as For Honor. With For Honour set to hit stores on the 14th February this was the last beta test for the game, a […]Read More For Honor Beta
Welcome back to my SoulsBorne boss series. Previously I discussed Aldrich, the devourer of gods. In my last post I mentioned how my favourite lord of cinder boss wasn’t actually Aldrich, rather it was the Abyss Watchers. There are plenty other bosses that have earned my attention from all throughout the SoulsBorne franchise but I think […]Read More Dark Souls 3, The Abyss Watchers
“Start your engines for another Naughty Dog production” The final Naughty Dog production for Crash Bandicoot, Crash Team Racing was a good game for naughty dog to go out on, it had certain qualities to it that I found to be quite endearing. Now let me get this out there, I am not a huge […]Read More Crash through the years, 1999
Well here we are, I had to share my thoughts on the Nintendo Switch and it’s suffice to say that they are not good. Nintendo seem to be developing a reputation for mediocre home consoles, the Wii U didn’t achieve what Nintendo was hoping it would and it’s my belief the Switch will also fail […]Read More The switch, is it set to be Nintendos latest flop?
After having discussed my thoughts on the Dancer of the Boreal Valley and my fascination with her I have decided to turn that into a series of posts based around the bosses of not just Dark Souls 3 but the souls series as a whole, this includes Bloodborne. There are several bosses from Dark Souls […]Read More Dark Souls 3, Aldrich the devourer of gods.
Here we are, my favourite game in the whole of the Crash Bandicoot franchise. Crash Bandicoot Warped. The year is 1998, by this point Crash has had two games released in the previous two years, so we all knew what to expect from Warped. It was set to be another platformer where we needed to […]Read More Crash through the years, 1998
Let’s go back to 1997, the year Crash Bandicoot appeared on our PlayStations for the second time. Crash Bandicoot 2 Cortex Strikes Back was once again a platformer, with plenty of fun environments in which the levels took place, as the title suggests we were once again to fight Cortex, to prevent him from destroying […]Read More Crash through the years, 1997
Now that we can officially say Crash Bandicoot the N Sanity trilogy is coming out this year! I figured now was a game time to look at Crash through the years, from his first game in 1996 to present day. 1996 was a magical year for gaming, especially for the PlayStation, Resident Evil and Tomb […]Read More Crash through the years, 1996
In a previous post I mentioned that The Dancer of the Boreal Valley is my favourite boss from Dark Souls 3 and while I may have given some slight reasoning for this I didn’t explain why this boss became somewhat of a fascination for me. You see the SoulsBorne universe is filled with over 100 […]Read More The Dancer of Dark Souls 3