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Backlog Lockdown: Bioshock Review

With a couple of weeks off work, I now have a bit of extra time to attack what has become somewhat of an extensive backlog. Between the awesome offerings on Xbox Game Pass, cheap steam deals and a couple of free games on Epic Games, I’ve been really spoilt for choice recently. So I’m going to start making a move […]

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Road to 70k: March Review

Hi everyone, it only feels like yesterday I was catching you all up on my February review! But i’m back with a slightly lower score than last time. My month in gaming has been split into two sides, chaotic and peaceful. Sometimes it is funny the difference in the games that you play; being a player of many genres means […]

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Unbound Worlds Apart Preview

During the annual celebration of The Guardian, the World of Vaiya is attacked by mysterious evil forces. With only a few weakened wizards manage to escape the attack and the world now corrupted and packed with evil creations, you take control of Soli, the last hope. Using his powers, Soli seeks revenge for the lost of his little brother and must fight back the evil and restore peace to the World of Vaiya.

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Curing my sweet tooth with Viva Pinata

Easter is coming up and whilst Animal crossing now has its event running, it got me thinking about the holiday in relation to gaming. For many, myself included, Easter has become a time where sweets and chocolate thrive! It led me to think about the games that I would personally link to the holiday and what I tend to play […]

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Ultimate Control in Management Sims

With the lock down in place I’ve had a bit more chance to play some games and have a think of how they effect me in certain situations. These aren’t the type of articles I normally post but having some time to reflect I thought it was time I gave this a crack. Management Sims are my go-to choice of […]

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Road to 70k: February Review

Hi everyone! This one is a bit delayed so apologies about that! But February was a really good month in terms of gaming! Even though I have not been writing, I have been gaming where I can, mostly during breaks with university work/real life work. During those breaks I was able to rack up a total of 3,665 Gamer score, […]

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Escaping into a virtual world

Doing some research before this post, I found that escapism is a subject that really splits people. I am not commenting if that it is good/bad, I am simply exploring the games that allow me to escape within them. I find, as a creative writer and student, that escaping for a brief moment allows me to gain clarity on situations […]

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GRIS Review

Gris tells the story of facing her fears and recovering from the darkest moments of her life and Nomada do this in a fantastic metaphor that is the wonderfully crafted with watercolours and a hand-drawn environment.

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Megaquarium Review

Megaquarium is a charming little Aquarium management game developed and published by both Twice Circled and Auroch Digital. As someone who never plays management games with any success, this game does something special in that it is simple enough that a beginner will be able to play it, but still possesses enough complications that a veteran would still find enjoyment. Something that is hard to find in many games.

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Creature in the Well Review

Creature in the Well is a fun, fresh and energetic take on dungeon crawlers, taking inspiration from pinball games, Flight School Studios have taken the puzzles that haunt dungeons crawlers and turned them into something truly unique. You’ll never have a play a game like this.

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Road to 70k: The Catch-up

Hi everyone! The new decade has rolled in and I am still well aware of my goal. I am looking to be on track, despite both the busyness over the holidays and Uni work. But I have to catch up on the blog and fill everyone in with where I am, I did miss November, so this blog will be […]