Kyle Barratt

The world is full of mysterious creatures whose existence spark constant debate. Scotland have the Loch Ness monster, North America have big foot and the Himalayas have the Yeti but none can hold a candle to England's mythical beast. The Kyle Barratt has eluded scientists for decades, many doubt he even exists and is really a man from Ealing named Carl. Yet time and time again proof arrives in the form of completed and well written articles.
  • Playing Life is Strange Like I’m The Storyteller Rather Than The Player

    I saved Alyssa from being hit by the football. I saved Alyssa from being hit by the roll of toilet paper. I saved Alyssa from being splashed by the car. I saved Alyssa from being pushed into the pool. And then, when it really mattered, did I save Alyssa...
  • Celebrating 20 Years of My Favourite Star Wars Movie: Attack of the Clones

    Like with James Bond or Doctor Who, a first Star Wars movie is a formative event in a young fan’s life which will go on to inform their tastes in the franchise forever. Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones was that Star Wars movie for me. It...
  • The Best Level in LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga is…

    Wholly unexpected. That’s the answer to what is the best level in LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga. A complete surprise. It’s not an epic lightsaber duel or a huge battle. In general, the levels in the game are a bit of a disappointment. They’re fun but, because of...
  • Celebrating the Star Wars: The Clone Wars Arc That Everyone Forgets

    ‘The Lost Missions’ is a suitable subtitle for the sixth season of Star Wars: The Clone Wars. Even now, eight years after it debuted on Netflix, the season still feels somewhat lost and adrift. Season 5 was the original ending of the series after its cancellation and now the...
  • Mad Men Hinges So Much Emotional Weight On So Few Words

    Mad Men is the best written show in the history of television. While it is capable of grandiose arcs and memorable speeches, rewatching the series has confirmed that the show’s use of brevity is what packs such an emotional punch. I’m not talking about Roger’s quips but rather how...
  • Revisiting Uncharted: The Lost Legacy

    The Lost Legacy is one final slice of Uncharted. It’s not a necessary piece of the puzzle or particularly bold in any of its choices; it’s a smaller, lesser affair than Uncharted 4, and is simply an excuse for one last ride. It almost seems a waste to develop...
  • Star Wars Resistance is Massively Underrated

    I dismissed Star Wars: Resistance when it first aired. After loving The Clone Wars and Rebels, I was eager to check out the next animated Star Wars adventure but I stopped watching after the first episode. Set on the Colossus, a giant refuelling station in the Outer Rim, the...
  • Revisiting Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End

    Moving straight from Uncharted 3 to Uncharted 4, the truly insane level of innovation between the games is clear to behold. Technologically, A Thief’s End is in another league and it’s difficult to truly compare it against the earlier trilogy other than to say it’s gorgeous and plays wonderfully....
  • The Onderon Arc of The Clone Wars is Star Wars’s Best Exploration of War

    Unsurprisingly, war is a core component of Star Wars. Yet, also unsurprisingly for what is essentially a fairy tale, a morality tale for ten-year-olds composed of mythological archetypes, the presentation and examination of warfare is often simplistic. Yes, the Battle of Endor was inspired by the Vietnam War, with...