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.
I have been writing as a pop culture blogger now for over a year and have enjoyed it immensely so it was only inevitable that I would eventually feel the need to branch out further. With that in mind I am moving into the realm of podcasting with Five By Five Reviews. Five By Five […]Read More A Mr Mid Announcement.
Day 2 of Wales Comic-Con has arrived and after the absolute result that was Day 1, it’s safe to say I’m hyped because today is photo-op day! Later today I’ll be grabbing a photo with Mick Foley & Amy ‘Lita’ Dumas and my wife has purchased a photo with T.J Thyne of Bones fame. A […]Read More Wales Comic-Con April 2017, Glyndŵr University, Wrexham: Day 2.
It’s that time of year again, where eager Sci-fi, Fantasy, Anime & Pop Culture fans descend on Glyndwr University in Wrexham for 2 days of signings, Photo-Ops, Q&A sessions and much more. Year on year, since I started attending Wales Comic-Con back in 2012, it has gone from strength to strength, drawing in bigger crowds […]Read More Wales Comic-Con April 2017, Glyndŵr University, Wrexham: Day 1.
Developed by: Supermassive Games. Published by: Sony Computer Entertainment. Format: PS4 Exclusive. Yes, I am totally aware that this is quite an old game to review but I think it’s justified, I feel that Until Dawn was massively overlooked upon it release and this is my own small step to readdress the balance as it […]Read More The Butterfly Effect: An Until Dawn review.