The Art of Mafia 3 – Book Review

“From Titan Books, released in January 2017 by 2K, The Art of Mafia 3 is a showcase of the development behind the design and creation of the third entry in the Mafia series, the creation of the fictional city of New Bordeaux, drawing influence and inspiration from New Orleans in America’s south. ” Continue reading The Art of Mafia 3 – Book Review

A Year in Review 2019

“In 2018 I set out to revive this project, an ambition to work as a collaboration between friends in bringing our vision of the gaming industry to life across a variety of platforms and media. My element, the written content came to fruition last summer as I begun in earnest to craft content and material based on my attempt at objective reviews of existing purchased media in addition to more subjective opinion based articles on the industry as a whole” Continue reading A Year in Review 2019

Game of the Decade

“As this decade draws to a close, and the realisation over 20 years have now passed since we saw in the new millenium, its time to reflect back on the last ten years of video games and cherry pick a few jewels from each year.” Continue reading Game of the Decade

A Visit to The Comic Store

“Situated in the small shopping precinct of Abbey Mews, this refuge for those looking for answers and inspiration beyond the mystical arts, or even including those, is a nivana for comic book and popular culture fans with a wealth of treasures from across the broad spectrum of the so called geek culture that exists today” Continue reading A Visit to The Comic Store

The Outer Worlds Review

“It feels very much like a homage to the work of Bethesda and Bioware, taking the best elements of each studio to create a new franchise that whilst not pushing the bar creatively to far outside its comfort zone is still an accomplishment in itself” Continue reading The Outer Worlds Review

Searching for my Hatoful Boyfriend in all the wrong places

” I sort of, enjoyed the whimsical nature of existing within a world of intellectual high thinking birds, whilst perhaps the adoption of human characteristics allowed certain familiarities to foster, the continual use of stock footage of the creatures in their natural form rendered any romantic sensibilities moot. ” Continue reading Searching for my Hatoful Boyfriend in all the wrong places

12 Months, 12 Games: November– Bound

“That said, the level of interaction is enjoyable and memorable for the sheer joy of existing within these beautiful, uniquely distinctive worlds and levels you inhabit for the duration of the game.” Continue reading 12 Months, 12 Games: November– Bound

30 Day Challenge Day Twenty Nine: You’re an anime/cartoon character now! What outfit are you always wearing?

“Fashion, I’ll readily admit, a notion outside my usual repertoire of skills in life. Call it a gender impasse, I do very much embody the notion of a man who likes his clothes comfortable and practical above all else regardless of seasons and styles. If a T-shirt is cool, it’s cool for a year or a decade, fashion for me is very much timeless” Continue reading 30 Day Challenge Day Twenty Nine: You’re an anime/cartoon character now! What outfit are you always wearing?

‘Charming and Open’ with Adventure Rules

“I’ve been giving consideration to the agency gaming has on our morality and perceptions. We like to consider ourselves, learned creatures, people of rational thought and construct whose opinion is largely based on objective reasoning over subjective, emotional stimulus. To give weight and fair process in answering this question involves challenging ingrained opinions and rational thought on a subject matter, removing all hubris and ego from the discussion and arriving at a fair conclusion. ” Continue reading ‘Charming and Open’ with Adventure Rules