This ‘Game Complete’ series was introduced for 2017 with two purposes in mind. The first was to encourage sticking with games all the way through to their most obvious endpoint. If you’re reading this then its a safe bet that … Continue reading Game Complete: Skyrim
In my 20-something years of console and PC gaming there has never been another experience quite like Journey. Continue reading Don’t Stop Believin’
NotJustNintendo has just turned two! What better opportunity to try something new and put some words (1000 perhaps?) to a memorable gaming moment. Continue reading A Picture Tells – Part 1
Why ‘The Diversion’ you ask?
Because Tom Clancy’s The Division is the MMO shooter I play when I’m not playing that other MMO shooter… that also starts with D… and also wants your gaming time all to itself… forever. Continue reading Why You Should Play… Tom Clancy’s Diversion
Remembering the good times and the bad as another relationship draws to a close. Continue reading Falling Out With Fallout 4
…it occurred to me that reproducing this protagonist – a powerful lightning mage – in a game like Skyrim could be a bit of fun. It was only recently when delving into the expanded world of Destiny that the Warlock’s new ‘arc’ specialisation reminded me of this old idea… Continue reading Creative Questing Part 2: Alternative RPG Builds
Prior to one otherwise ordinary night last week I can think of only a couple of times when I had won the unwinnable; two transcendent moments in which I happened upon glorious, unrepeatable success and basked in the undeserved glory. … Continue reading Role Playing Games & Life Wins
Destiny Is Like Tapas.
That is the sum total of brilliance and insight my brain is capable of at the moment. Weeks of sleep deprivation and sickness appear to have left me addled and delusional to the point that when my remaining two functional brain cells spark together and come out with the epiphany above, the rest of me goes “Awesome dude – you should totally use that!”. And so here we are. Continue reading Take Two. And… Action!*
Bioware’s Dragon Age: Inquisition is amazing, and you should play it.
Just look how pretty everything is! Continue reading Tolkien’s Legacy: Part 4