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.
I never played the original Prey (2006) but I understand that Arkane Studios' 2017 reboot of the property retains very little from the premise of that first game, other than that you are the “prey” of the title. In this case the hunters are the Typhon, a mysterious race with the ability to hide in… Continue reading Prey
Sods Law, or if you’re American Murphy’s Law, means if something can go wrong it will go wrong. I in Britain it also means that the “wrong” will happen at the worst possible time. So, I take a week off work, thinking about all the running I’ll be able to do and yes of course… Continue reading Sunday Morning Stuff 11/08
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
I already knew Hollow Knight was good, because I’ve already played it. In fact, I’d already rolled credits on it last year after a joyful playthrough on Nintendo Switch. But I did leave a lot on the table – many corners left unexplored, only one ending seen, terrifying bosses awaiting. Now that it has arrived… Continue reading Hollow Knight
I guess the weather forecast for the next week would just have to be poor, since I’m booked in to go camping during my upcoming week off. How un-British would it be to decide to enjoy its countryside without wet weather attempting to hamper your experience? What else would we have to talk about? Brexit?… Continue reading Sunday Morning Stuff 09/06