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.
Bit of a personal post today. I've had a bit of a weird couple of months, lots of big stuff has happened all at once and unfortunately my blog has taken a back seat, with only a few random, sporadic posts being done. What with all the things that have been going on I've been… Continue reading Being One Half of a Gamer Couple… And Why it Doesn’t Always Work
I take a look at the top 10 games that help me feel better when I need a pick-me-up, or if I need to vent my anger.
I'm sat at home playing a game and suddenly I notice I'm impatiently tapping my foot... Hmm... I get a bit comfier and think no more about it. Later I notice my palms are sweaty and my hands are shaking, am I sick? I get a glass of water and have an early night, I'm… Continue reading The Three Year Sim Cycle
First of all I've been away for ages! Sorry! Things got hectic and then I went on holiday so... There's my excuse. Back to regular blogging now. While I was visiting my parents I decided to get a bit nostalgic and play God of War 2 on Playstation 2 (I don't have all the old… Continue reading Out with the Old…
While waiting to get my hands the remastered Wind Waker I worry about rose tinted nostalgia ruining my experience of it...
Dragons Tea Party briefly goes to Hogwarts and learns how to tap.
My answer to the question of the month: If you could live in any video game settlement where would you choose to live and why; and what role would you play in it?