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  • A PlayStation Plus Confusion

    Where’s PES 19 gone. One day we were getting a football game and Horizon Chase Turbo as the July games for PlayStation Plus. The next it was a couple of single player decision based experiences and Horizon Chase Turbo. The announcement came via the PlayStation Blog as an update...
  • Out of Rupees – Post E3 2019 Breakdown

    Francis, Lucy & Andy take you through all the Nintendo news from this years E3. This episode features absolutely no technical hitches whatsoever… none… What. So. Ever.  ...
  • Does it matter that Sony missed E3?

    This is a question which has been on, almost, everybody’s minds as this year’s briefings have all wrapped up. It’s a hard question to answer; for me at least. I think it’s both yes and no as the arguments I have with myself sway every time I think it...
  • Next Gen Will Be In A Solid State

    It’s E3! Microsoft have given us the first details on the shape of their next generation offering, coming in late 2020, titled Project Scarlett. Since I did write down some thoughts on the details Sony released, in a Wired article, about the PS5; I thought I should do the...
  • Total War: Three Kingdoms

    This is the fourth article in a series recounting & reviewing my time with Total War: Three Kingdoms. Developed by Creative Assembly & Published by Sega. Our thanks go to Creative Assembly for providing the site with a review code. Campaign mode played is Romance Mode   I have spent...
  • Bei The Builder

    This is the third article in a series where I recount and review my time with Total War: Three Kingdoms by Creative Assembly. You can find the first article here & the second article here. Thank you to Creative Assembly for providing a review code to the site. This...
  • Not so New Dad, needs Sega

    It’s been a while since I last talked about gaming within the realms of parenting. My last post on the subject was New Dad Seeks Battle just over two and a half years ago. The New Dad series was written during the first few months of my daughter’s life...
  • A Persistent Foe

    This is the second article in a series that will be recounting and reviewing my experiences with Total War: Three Kingdoms. You can find the first article here. Thank you to Creative Assembly for providing a code. This article is about a Romance mode campaign.   The Tiger of...
  • Is There Really a Ubisoft Shared Universe?

    Abstergo logos in Far Cry. Sam Fisher in Ghost Recon: Wildlands. The Assassin’s Brotherhood symbol in Rainbow Six Siege. Raving Rabbids in Watch Dogs. Ubisoft loves to have their games reference and connect to one another. At the moment these connections are seemingly there for two reasons: a cheeky...