A couple’s review of the the visually stunning and personal Florence, a game about young love and life. Continue reading A couple’s review of Florence, a game about young love and life
When people ask me what TV shows I’m watching at the moment, I tell them I don’t watch ‘TV’ or TV shows that much anymore. Besides the odd binge of a new series close to my heart, such as Master of None or Avatar the Last Airbender, this is largely true. What I do watch though is a hell of a lot of anime. Now … Continue reading Studio Ghibli Comes To Australia And Why I Couldn’t Be More Excited!
The rise of small, short and often “indie” developed games over the past few years, has been dramatic, and is a change which has not only shaken how way we think about video games, but how we play them too. And it is a change I couldn’t be happier about.
Ever since the launch of the Xbox Live Arcade back in Continue reading “Indie and shorter games for the win!”
Throughout my life, I have always had one certainty, one thing which I’ve always considered a large part of who I am. That I’m a gamer.
From my earliest memories I can remember playing games, always having a Gameboy in hand on long car
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Throughout my childhood there were a number of fantastic video game series which influenced not only my gaming tastes, but had a profound effect on me as a person too. One of these brilliant and revolutionary game series, and to this day is still as relevant and popular as ever, is the historic and well-known Pokémon series.
While growing up, I loved handheld games (and still too to this day!), and Pokémon was a huge part of that. I can still remember playing through versions Blue and Continue reading “Pokémon Forever – 20th Anniversary”