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Betrayal at Baldur’s Gate – Review

Just before I got heavily into table top games, my brother (who has spent thousands over the last few years buying them) showed me one that blew me away. In amongst games of Dead of Winter, Colt Express, and Camel… Continue reading →

South Park: The Fractured But Whole – Review

Obsidian Entertainment teamed up with Ubisoft and Matt Stone and Trey Parker to turn their legendary television show into a computer game. I know that there has been many South Park games out over the years, but other than the… Continue reading →

Episode 4 of our Resident Evil 7 – Let’s Play!

Sorry for the late upload of this one after my little Bearded Robot break, but we’re back now and here’s our Episode 4 Let’s Play of Resident Evil 7, streamed just before Christmas. We definitely found this session to be… Continue reading →

Dishonored: Death of the Outsider – Review

*No Spoilers* Dishonored is regrettably a rather forgettable franchise. I don’t mean that necessarily in a bad way, because, personally, I love the series since the first game came out back in 2012, but what I mean is that it… Continue reading →

Episode 3 of our Resident Evil 7 – Let’s Play!

Part 3 of our Resident Evil 7: Biohazard series continues. This time we head into the Old House stocked up with guns and fire ready to take on the Mum, the scariest person in the game (so far!). We’re looking… Continue reading →

Star Wars: Imperial Assault – Legends of the Alliance App

For anyone who has never heard or played of Imperial Assault, IA is a table top RPG set in the Star Wars universe by Fantasy Flight. Anyone who has Descent: Journeys In The Dark will be very familiar with the… Continue reading →

The Vampires of the Gaming Industry

Our world is driven by money. We all know this to be true. Most of us spend our life working day in and day out to get to the next pay cheque, just to be able to continue living. It… Continue reading →

Call of Duty: WW2 – Campaign Review

*No Spoilers* The campaigns of the Call of Duty series have always been a little hit and miss. People mainly played the game for the multiplayer and that became the core focus of games. The campaign always felt like a… Continue reading →

EA backtrack on in-game purchases

It’s been well documented in the last few weeks that EA have gotten themselves into hot water with their fans. To the point where a well known EA community account on reddit was down-voted by more that 280,000 (currently -676k)… Continue reading →

Call of Duty: WW2 – Multiplayer Review

It appears that I am once again a sucker for the enormous money making corporation known as Activision, as I have been sucked into another Call of Duty game and now a mere puppet on a string. I feel a… Continue reading →

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