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  • Ideas for PlayStation in 2019

    2019 is an odd year. A year that isn’t quite about change in the console space but about learning when that change is coming. We’re winding down on the current consoles life cycle as rumours and light announcements are starting to be made. Whilst Microsoft have made their intentions...
  • Yearly Review – Ben (2018)

    In 2017 I managed to fit in a decent amount of games, films and TV shows. This year I haven’t had much time for films or TV. A whirlwind summer prepping for and getting married saw my time limited. I have caught a few like Netflix’s third season of...
  • Yearly Review – Alex (2018)

    It’s that time of the year again where we look back and arbitrarily assign a value to things we did over the last twelve months. 2018 has been an amazing year again for our hobbies, it has given us the opportunity to experience some spectacular games, astonishing movies, and...
  • Yearly Review – Adam (2018)

    2018, it’s been one of those years. I’ve moved twice– wait a minute, this sounds familiar… “2017, it’s been one of those years. I’ve moved house twice, helped my Dad move, took a break from Out of Lives to sort things out, struggled with some other stuff, done some...
  • Detonation Imminent

    Since Elite: Dangerous launched 4 years ago so many things have changed. Frontier Developments have been tirelessly working on adding and improving this Space Sim MMO of theirs. But until recently one aspect of the game that hadn’t really seen any of that is mining. I wrote in a...
  • Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden Review

    Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden isn’t a traditional turn based strategy game. Nor is it a role-playing game following the isometric party based formula of the late 90s and early 2000s. It’s a game that sits somewhere in between. Developer The Bearded Ladies and publisher Funcom call it...
  • God of War-dio(book)

    God of War (PS4), released earlier this year, is creeping back into conversations amongst gamers; As part of the annual tradition of arguing about which game each individual thinks is the Game of The Year (GOTY). We all enjoy a bit of (mostly) friendly discussion based on our experiences...
  • Where could Red Dead go next?

    Light Spoilers as to the end of Red Dead Redemption, Red Dead Redemption 2 and the fate of various characters. Now I’ve finished Red Dead Redemption 2, and I’m wandering the world trying to get as much from it as possible, I’ve been thinking about the future of the...
  • “How difficult can it be?” and other naive thoughts about Trinity, (1986)

    It’s three a-m, and I am throwing both hands up in the air in frustration as I get lost again along an already well-trodden path. Or in this case, a network of pathways all leading to one of two conclusions: Success or Death. I have been playing Infocom’s text-based...