Yes it's midway through June so is it a bit late for a May update? Maybe. It went by so fast though and I lost track of time... Well nevermind. It's hard to know what month it is from my Dragon Cave rolling around in my horde of video games. May I offer you a… Continue reading The Dragon’s Horde: May edition
Way back in April the wonderful NekoJonez nominated me for a Sunshine blogger award and I did write all my answers out, I promise, I just didn't quite get around to actually publishing them. Then the also incredibly wonderful Hannie Corner nominated me a while ago too! I can't believe it's already June! But I have… Continue reading Sunshine Blogger Award – Double Sunshine!
It's been a very lax month in terms of gaming for Dragon's Tea Party. In fact, the only thing I've played has been Batman: Arkham Asylum and even that didn't get much play time. I seemed to have an incredibly sociable month and was rarely at home but I need to crawl onto the sofa… Continue reading The Dragon’s Horde: April Edition
Most people rather enjoy a good open world game, hence why so many games that come out now follow that format. You could play these games over, and over again and find things you never saw or knew about in your last playthrough, you could meet characters that you didn’t know existed before and maybe… Continue reading Open World Burnout
Welcome, puny human, to my spooky Dragon cave where I keep my Dragon's horde. You may have ventured far and faced many perils to come here but now you meet your DOOM. Get ready for... You don't seem very scared. Is the bunting and collectible teapots not quite what you were expecting? Is the pile… Continue reading The Dragon’s Horde : March Edition
Some friends and I talk about our most memorable NPCs, from the badass to the downright annoying.
Have you ever wondered what your life would be like as a video game? I think it's safe to say that in most cases life would be a lot more interesting if it were a game, unless you have a very action-packed life. Even some of the chillest games, like Stardew Valley, have their advantages;… Continue reading My Life as a Video Game
Giving some love to the party games I've been playing with friends in the past few months.
I have been really struggling to get any content for my blog recently because I've been pretty busy this year so far and just haven't had a lot of time to start a new game. Instead I've been focusing on Spyro, which is the perfect game to dip in and out of and there's absolutely… Continue reading #LoveYourBacklog Week
I enjoy the blissful simplicity of the first Spyro game, get addicted to gem collecting, and sympathise with Gnasty Gnorc.