As the title suggests Warhammer Inquisitor Martyr or Inquisitor from here on in is a game set in the Warhammer 40K universe that borrows liberally from Diablo. Surprisingly, this combination […]
Extinction Review – Shallow Mix Of Attack On Titan And Shadow Of The Colossus Is Easier On The Eye Than The Fingers
At its heart Extinction is a game built on a simple premise, save the civilians, kill the ogres and stop the town getting crushed and it doesn’t really get much […]
Many people will have been playing Conan Exiles for months while it was in early access on both Steam and Xbox. Now it is in full release so I decided […]
Last week I said I would never be able to review God Of War in the traditional sense and this has proven to be the case. The game rewards being […]
Torment Tides Of Numenera was an impulse buy. The box and blurb promised a deep story and old style RPG trappings. The game itself delivers on all these fronts but […]
If you’re reading this chances are we share something in common. We are probably male, have an unhealthy obsession with 80’s movies and may or may not have read Armada […]
Stephen King’s IT is due for a reboot on the big screen this fall and having just re-read the horror classic with more mature eyes I can identify a number […]
When the original Halo Wars released, I was hooked. An accessible, simple RTS with an IP I loved on a console. This was the time when only the excellent Tropico […]
When I first saw trailers for Ubisoft’s latest, For Honor, I thought this is a game I will definitely be buying. Hack and slash with a bit of polish and […]
From tomorrow, 9th July for five days,you will be able to download a Kindle copy of my novel for free. This is the one referred to earlier, when I said Writing a novel wasn’t hard. I’d imagine after reading some of you might say, it is hard. You can find it on the Amazon marketplace. Here is the prologue to get you in the mood.
Having had a while to properly digest the trailers for Star Wars episode seven: The Force Awakens, or TFA for short, my mind is doing overtime on what sort of story arc and world state we will be in come December
Reading my first multi-book fantasy series taught me a lot. It changed the way I read and the way I write. There were many struggles, but in the end a book series and the experiences you gain reading one change you fundamentally. Nothing is the same after you finish and for me that was a good thing.
I always had this desire to read a book version of a decade long siege like we hear off in the appendices of Lord of The Rings. I want to read about the siege that forced Sauron to come down to battle the last alliance. I don’t want it to be a footnote.
Choosing to read a multi-book fantasy series is a huge commitment. Most people get introduced to the genre in the normal fashion through Tolkien and The Hobbit or if they are late […]