I don’t know if any of the designers behind The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild are trail runners, but they certainly managed to capture some essence of what makes travelling on foot, off the beaten path, so beautiful. This is old news, of course, Breath of the Wild was received as one of… Continue reading Breath of the Wild, and the Joy of the Trail.
Sunday Morning Stuff 08/09
Welcome to a big fat Sunday Morning Stuff. Oh there’s a lot of stuff. Oh boy. Oh wow. Look at all this stuff just clogging up the week, isn’t it great? In fact there’s so much stuff I don’t even really have time to ramble on about the weather or politics or anything… Reading LOOK,… Continue reading Sunday Morning Stuff 08/09
Taking it back to the start with Dragon Quest.
Until I played the recently released demo for Dragon Quest XI on Nintendo Switch I had never played a single entry in the famous old series. JRPG’s aren’t strictly my bag but they aren’t strictly not my bag either though. Final Fantasy VII is one of my favourite games of all time and I have… Continue reading Taking it back to the start with Dragon Quest.
Super Mario Maker 2
The reason why I wanted to give Super Mario Maker 2 a go is because of Super Mario Maker. Seems obvious, but I actually never played that first game. I can't even really say I'm that much of a Mario guy, I've missed most core iterations of the franchise. I liked Super Mario Maker without… Continue reading Super Mario Maker 2
Ding Dong XL…reviewed in 150 words
Developer: Nickervision Studios Publisher: Nickervision Studios Available on: PC, Mobile, Nintendo Switch Played on: Switch A review shouldn’t be too concerned with spent effort, or price. If a wonderful film is wonderful more from luck than effort, it is still wonderful. If a terrible game is terrible despite thousands of hours of gruelling development, it… Continue reading Ding Dong XL…reviewed in 150 words