As I continue to battle the backlog of games, I found that a snowy afternoon off work was the perfect time to try and blast through the next title in one sitting. The game I chose to playthrough was Oxenfree, an adventure game which has been in my library for about a year! Developed and… Continue reading Better Late Than Never: Oxenfree
Before you say 'How has it taken you this long to play Journey?' followed by comments questioning where I have been or am I completely mad, I sadly must admit that other games and life got in the way meaning that it was never a good time to experience Journey. But as part of my… Continue reading Better Late Than Never: Journey
Back when Thimbleweed Park launched on PC and consoles Darkworld Gaming covered it with an in-depth review – praising just how glorious I thought it was. But that was not the end for Thimbleweed Park. Through its Kickstarter fundraising and game sales, Ron Gilbert & Co went on to port the game from PC/PS4/XBone onto… Continue reading A Return to Thimbleweed Park, On the Switch!
When I saw the first glimpse of ReCore two years ago, I couldn't wait for a release date, it looked new and exciting along with beautiful scenery, action, adventure and a strong female character, everything I love in a game. Jointly produced by developers Armature Studio and Concept with the assistance of Asobo Studio, ReCore… Continue reading ReCore – One Girl and her Robots
The beard is mightier than the sword! You know what completes the look of mighty arm muscles? A great, big bushy beard! That’s right, our lovable protagonist Graham continues to grow as a king by adopting a regale beard. The last time we left King’s Quest, Graham was building a relationship with Valanice and… Continue reading King's Quest Episode Four: Snow Place Like Home