I have always tried to get sucked into the world of Far Cry. I own Far Cry 3 and 4, always starting and playing for a solid chunk of hours but then getting distracted by something else. The idea of trying to overthrow a crazy if not enigmatic leader who is hungry for power and… Continue reading Far Cry 5
In a shocking twist to the beginning of this review, my first encounter with PUBG was on the PC. Aha! You may be thinking, you’ve been tricked; deceived, cheated even! Friends and fellow gamers, let me put those raised eyebrows to rest. It is just simply impossible to talk about PUBG on the Xbox one… Continue reading PUBG on the Xbox. Winner, Winner chicken dinner?
If you have followed Life is Strange since the beginning then you will know that the relationship between Max and Chloe is one that we have followed, adored and become invested in. When Deck Nine announced that there would be a bonus episode available following Before the Storm where you got to be Max one… Continue reading Life is Strange: Farewell Review
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
Dynastic simulator, RPG, Conquest Strategy, Historical simulator, these are just a couple of tags that could be used to describe Paradox Interactive's Crusader Kings II. This title is one of those games where you are probably not even aware of it unless you are interested in history or have played other titles made by Paradox… Continue reading Crusader Kings II review