Wednesday, 13 September 2017

Games I Relax With

Things have been pretty hectic for me in the past few months, so I don't really seem to find myself having much free time. However, overworking has been making me pretty stressed out, and I guess it's probably a good time to remind myself that I should be having some times of relaxation, too. 

So, here's favourite 'relaxing games' I seem to resort to whenever I need to just need to switch off from the world a little bit. 


Sunday, 30 July 2017

Pocket Mortys!

OK, I'm late to the party, but I finally started watching Rick and Morty this week! So far, I'm finding it to be a pretty hilarious, smart, sharp and witty cartoon. I soon discovered that Rick and Morty have a free-to-play mobile game, 'Pocket Mortys', which I've been playing this week as well as checking out the show. Again...late to the party. This was released back in January, 2016! But, better late than never, right?


The name essentially gives it away - Pocket Mortys is the show's take on Pokemon. Developed by Big Pixel Studios and published by Adult Swim Games, it's set in the 'Rickstarverse', where the sole aim is to beat fellow players (both NPC's and fellow real-life competitors) to collect various versions of Morty's that exist in multiple universes. This is where the game is pretty addictive, just like Pokemon before it.

Friday, 7 July 2017

My Comic Con Survival Guide


San Diego Comic Con is just around the corner, and it got me thinking about comic cons in general, and what I usually do to prepare to going to one.

Comic Cons can be pretty fun. It's a great way to meet like-minded people, pick up some geek merch, and meet some celebs. Check out my Comic Con Survival Guide below!


Review: Dark Arcana - The Carnival (PS4)

Roll up, roll up! There's a carnival going on, but nothing is quite what it seems...



Step forward Dark Arcana: The Carnival. A rather charming point-and-click hidden object game that is tied in with puzzles, and a missing person storyline. A beloved genre, the point-and-click games have cemented a place on consoles in recent years, with the help of companies such as Telltale Games leading the helm. Whilst the story-driven games ala Telltale are a pretty decent ride, they're also lacking in the puzzle element made famous in the 90's by such games as Tales from Monkey Island. 


Thursday, 15 June 2017

E3 2017 in Tweets: Nintendo


Nintendo rounded off with the final E3 conference. I do love Nintendo, and I'm glad that they were able to impress, really. The Switch is a great system, and deserves to do well. We don't want another forgotten console, like the Wii U!

During E3 2017, I tweeted my thoughts, reactions and other bits and pieces. I've been collecting each conference up in separate blogs here, so here's all the tweets I posted (or re-tweeted) about Nintendo.

Check it out below!


E3 2017 in Tweets: Sony


I tweeted through this month's E3, offering my opinions as the announcements dropped. In case you missed it (or don't do Twitter), here's pretty much everything I tweeted for Sony's E3 conference.

I didn't watch it live, as 2am when I have to get up and drive to work the next morning wasn't ideal, but I caught up as soon as I woke up.

So, check them out below!

E3 2017 in Tweets: Ubisoft


I live-tweeted E3 2017 this year, giving my thoughts as the announcements dropped. Yesterday, I shared my collection of tweets from Xbox's E3 2017, and today's blog covers Ubisoft.

Catch everything I personally tweeted, or re-tweeted from others, below!


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