Little bit late with this post, but hey. The weekend before last it was that time of year for another round of the Eurogamer Expo held at the Tobacco Dock in London. I had a great time last year, so quickly grabbed a ticket for this year as soon as I saw them go on […]
Last weekend was another trip to London, this time to Waterloo to the DC Super Hero Lego exhibition: The Art of the Brick. The exhibition (as you can probably guess from the name) was a collection of Lego sculptures by artist Nathan Sawaya of the various DC Superheroes and villains, with the number of bricks […]
Having spent a week playing Breath of the Wild and sinking about 100 hours into this vast new take on the series, I think it’s about time to try and put into writing my thoughts on the game.
Last night, I grabbed my camera and went down to my favourite pub in Oxford – The Wheatsheaf. Local band Violence is Golden had arranged their second fundraiser fot The Abolicao Trust – A charity that supports young people in some of the poorest parts of the world, through the art of capoeira. Violence is […]
Last month I went to see Star Wars: Rogue One, and really enjoyed it. But the more I’ve been thinking about it, the more I find similarities to Halo Reach. The most obvious connection is that both are prequels to well known stories, so we know how the installment is going to end. The way […]
My super 100% accurate full game walkthrough for Super Mario Bros.
Last month with Xbox Live’s Games with Gold program, I downloaded the first episode of the Batman Telltale game. Batman: The Telltale Series is the first episodic graphic adventure video game style Telltale game that I’ve played – Tales of Monkey Island was the only other game I’ve played by them, but I think that […]
Two weeks off of work with no plans at all? Let’s play lots of video games! The plan is to start a brand new save file, see how far I can make it through Ocarina of Time in one sitting and live blog it along the way! So check back here October 4th for Ocarina […]
Last weekend was the 29th London MCM Comic Con, which ran from Friday to Sunday and I was lucky enough to go on the only completely sold out day on Saturday. Despite being sold out and extremely busy, it was all very well laid out in a way that it rarely felt overcrowded or claustrophobic. […]
What don’t kill ya..