The first day of the first Wales Comic-Con of the year was great. There was an abundant amount of sun, good company, great Q&A’s and a ace photo-op too. There were a few technical issues that have provoked some less than polite discussion on the events Facebook group but these things happen. On the whole […]Read More Wales Comic-Con 2018 Part One-Day 2 Sunday 22nd April.
Wales Comic-Con enters its 10th year in 2018. For the past decade guests from film and TV, comic book writers and artists, vendors and fans have descended on Wrexham to attend one of the finest little Cons this country has to offer. Today I made my first visit of the year to the Cons April […]Read More Wales Comic-Con 2018 Part One: Saturday April 21st.
Format reviewed: Xbox One X. Developer: Deck Nine. Publisher: Square Enix. Plot: Set 3 years prior to Life is Strange, Chloe Price is struggling, to stay out of trouble in school, to avoid conflict at home, to navigate teenage life in general, then she meets a girl called Rachel Amber who’ll will change her life […]Read More Hella Good: A Life is Strange-Before the Storm review.
Format: PS4. Developer: Campo Santo. Starring: Rich Sommer, Cissy Jones Plot: Henry, a troubled and sad man trying to find solace in a summer job away from his complex personal problems, takes the position of Firewatch lookout at Shoshane National Park in the summer of 1989. Henry’s only contact is with another lookout named Delilah […]Read More The Great Outdoors: A Firewatch review.
As some of you who have read my past gaming reviews may know, I’m a sucker for a great story driven game, something that dares to buck convention and walk the road less travelled to deliver a unique and special gaming experience, What Remains Of Edith Finch certainly ticks those boxes. What Remains Of Edith […]Read More Life & Death: A What Remains Of Edith Finch review
Mention virtual reality to people and it might conjure up a variety of images, the antiquated arcade rigs of the early nineties, the massively dated, but at the time, cutting edge effects of The Lawnmower Man and maybe even that awful game show that used to be on BBC 2 in the mid nineties that […]Read More Virtual Worlds: A PlayStation VR review.
The Xbox One has had a hard time of it in recent years, early teething problems, unpopular creative decisions and a decided lack of exclusive AAA titles threatened to ostracise the Microsoft faithful and resulted in the Xbox One holding a second place to Sony’s Playstation 4 for the majority of its lifetime. Last year […]Read More 4K Runner: An Xbox One X review.