This has been an interesting year for gaming, and I’ve managed to play quite a lot this year as well! This should be a fun series for the end of 2018 that gives a bit of insight into what I’ve been doing when I should be writing my books. This is about video gaming, and […]Read more "Gaming of 2018 – My Top 10 Part 1"
Boy, is this post a long time coming. I think I’ve played enough of this game to give it a review, even though I haven’t played through the main quest fully. In fact, I’m only really halfway through. However I am 63 hours in, my SSD drive is crying for space and I know enough […]Read more "Kingdom Come Deliverance: Review"
It has been a while since my last article. May was an incredible upturn for my blog, with over double the views of the previous best. I found that I get a lot more views for my gaming articles then everything else. Guess what I’ll be doing more of? You’ve guessed it. I will still […]Read more "My Top 20 Games #19: The Impossible?"
It’s been another one of those months, I’m afraid. But for once, it’s been because of other productions! I have been hard at work since the beginning of April, working on getting my books finished. In the last seven weeks, I have been working on a new standalone in my fantasy world IP, as well […]Read more "Gaming – May 2018 Retrospective"
It’s been a while! I’ve been doing a lot of writing and editing this past month, which has took me away somewhat from my article writing. Today I bring you a review that is a very long time coming. I present to you a game which I believe was not only the best game I […]Read more "Divinity Original Sin 2 – A Masterpiece?"
This series is a long time coming. Gaming is just a huge behemoth, with billions of players every year. It has been a huge part of my life. So, this series, I will talk about what I believe are the best games I’ve ever played, or at least the video games I have enjoyed the […]Read more "My Top 20 Games: A Land of Innocence has no need for Gods."
How on earth is this free? There is a AAA quality game in this, and the best thing is, it only requires a copy of Vanilla Skyrim. I posted an in-progress analysis of Enderal a couple of years back, in August 2016 before technical issues with my laptop stopped me playing it further. Well, after […]Read more "Enderal: The Shards of Order. A Chilling Masterpiece"