I've played all Life is Strange has to offer. I love it. It was unlike any other narrative experience I'd had previously. It took the idea of 'choices matter' and ran with it, they don't just matter - they are the game. I felt the same wonder during the First Episode of Life is Strange … Continue reading Life is Strange 2: Episode 2 Review – What Happened?
I have played thousands of hours of Battlefield. Somehow my first experience with the franchise was through probably its most revered game, Battlefield 2. Something which unnerves me slightly, considering I'm only twenty-two now... Since then, I've played every game in varying amounts. My favourite being the bluesy tones of Battlefield 3. Many an hour … Continue reading Battlefield V: TTK and The Issue of Community Influence
Being pretty intertwined within the gaming community, and understanding a decent amount of what goes on in the industry, over the last couple of days I've experienced what can only be described as a series of mini-strokes in response to what as been said about Battlefield V. The community, in general, continues to break my … Continue reading Battlefield V: Gamers, Toxicity, Entitlement, Women
Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice, is what I'm inclined to call a 'narrative' hack and slash' game developed and published by independent games studio, Ninja Theory. Ninja Theory are also responsible for games such as Heavenly Sword, and the re-boot of DmC: Devil May Cry. They have garnered a reputation for developing high-quality games. Something which Hellblade … Continue reading Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrafice – Exploring Mental Illness
Nekopara - The 'Catgirl' Visual Novel Nekopara, is something of an... enigma. Not because it is the best VN's have to offer, though I do find it certainly isn't the worst... But because, it fills a niche. After all, where else do you get to open up a bakery with a loyal troupe of your … Continue reading Nekopara – Thoughts From A Lonely Cynic