It’s October and you know what that means! Pumpkin flavored everything, skeletons, ghosts and other supernatural beings and of course, Halloween! So I thought that I’d introduce you to some great classic horror video games. Whether you like horror games or not, you should definitely try these out at least once! So turn off the lights and read more! Continue Reading
I don’t usually post articles which have only a little to do with gaming in some way, but my friend Ian sent me this piece and asked if he could post it on my blog. After reading through, I said absolutely, as I feel like this is great to show that internet friends are real friends and can be absolutely wonderful.
If you’d like to read more, the following are the words of EenPlaysGames aka Ian. Continue Reading
If you follow me on my social media, then you know Friday 24th August I hopped on a plane to attend the Insomnia Gaming Festival in Birmingham, United Kingdom. I wrote this post to talk about my experience at the festival. If you are interested in attending, the next Insomnia is planned for Easter 2019. Continue Reading
I’ve been wanting a tattoo for a long time now and recently I’ve finally chosen my design (not video game related though) and now I only need to drop by my chosen studio for a consultation and to schedule an actual appointment. That made me think; why not create a post of beautiful video game tattoos? Maybe if you want a gamer tattoo and don’t know which one to get, you can get inspired by some of these!
Please make sure to NOT copy these designs, stealing somebody else’s tattoo is not cool and reputable tattoo artists will not tattoo a design made by someone else. If you like some of these, you can take them to your tattoo artist and let them come up with their own spin on it and personalize it just for you.
With the recent influx of upcoming AAA games adding battle royale modes, I wanted to sit down with a few of my gamer friends and discuss the past, present and future of this genre.
Before I start writing about the discussion we had, let’s look at some of the history of battle royale first. Continue Reading
You know what’s coming… You’ve been getting e-mails about this all May. I know the struggle of deleting tens of e-mails like that every day but hopefully it’s now over.
What happened to your newsletter?
It’s all very simple, really. I currently don’t have time to maintain a newsletter on top of this blog and social media for this blog, so I decided to remove everyone who’s subscribed to the list and remove the option to subscribe from the blog. I might bring it back in the future but there’s no set date, so don’t hold your breath.
I also want to apologize for lack of updates, lack of time and writer’s block can be a real pain. However I’m still somewhat active on my Twitter and Facebook, so go give me a follow there and you can be notified when my next article is up!
Thanks to their boom a few years ago, coloring books are no longer considered a “kid’s hobby”. But did you know coloring books were originally aimed towards adults back in the 17th century and onward? If you don’t believe me, read this great Time article!
When I was browsing for some blog post ideas, I got these video game based coloring books recommended to me. I never really thought about them being a thing before but I’m glad they’re available now. Let’s check some of them out! Continue Reading
It’s been almost 2 years to the day since I’ve published the interview with my friend and Twitch streamer Ian aka Eboy87. A few days ago he did his third 24 hour charity stream and I decided to catch up with him afterwards. You can listen to the entire interview or you can read the transcript below and watch some clips from the stream.
Main banner artwork is by Veronica.
Happy holidays everyone! I’m sorry I haven’t updated for a while, I’ve taken on a second job, so it has been quite hectic lately. Either way I should have more free time in April, so I can update more regularly. Let’s look at some of the upcoming video games for this month, shall we? Continue Reading
January has come and gone and we’re in the first days of February, which means many people will be celebrating Valentine’s Day soon. The title of this post might be misleading because, of course, not all of these items are gender specific. If you like these items too, go for it!
And if you’re single on this Valentine’s Day (or in that case Single Awareness Day), go treat yourself! Continue Reading
2018 has officially started in every time zone of the world, so I decided to write up a list of the 10 most anticipated upcoming video games of this year, along with their official trailers and gameplay trailers!
“Get rekt, noob!” – and any variations thereof – you will most likely hear if you’re just starting out with video games and bravely venturing out into the wildreness that is online multiplayer, whether on a PC or a console of your choice. If you want to learn how to “talk like a gamer” or just want to see if there are words or phrases you don’t know, make sure to go through the slightly tongue-in-cheek dictionary below. 🙂 Continue Reading
Christmas is just a week away and you have only a few days remaining to get your shopping done! Here are some stocking filler ideas for gamers, all under $10!
The land of Hyrule has been utterly ravaged, our protagonist Link wakes after a 100 year slumber and sets out on his biggest (in every way!) adventure yet! Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild was released on March 3rd 2017 for Nintendo’s new flagship console the Switch and Wii U, developed and published by Nintendo. Continue Reading
The year has flown by very quick and Christmas is just around the corner again! Ugly (and not so ugly!) Christmas sweaters have recently made quite a comeback, adding more and more cool designs to the collection. Thanks to that we can now get sweaters (or even jumpers and t-shirts!) with various topics, from Star Wars to comic books and, of course, some gaming ugly Christmas sweaters. I chose a selection of these sweaters to show you from my favorite store, Merchoid, which offers free worldwide shipping. Continue Reading
Earlier this year I have been approached by the brand Eighty Sixed, who are a small gaming merchandise store offering game related t-shirt and keychains. They offered to send me some of their products for my blog to review, so I took the opportunity to do a mini-interview with the vice-president Danny Shnorhokian.
First of all, I’d like to apologize for the lack of updates the past few months. I’ve been in the process of making a new design from scratch for this blog. However real life gets in the way (as always) and so the time I can spend on working on the new layout is significantly lessened.
I have one exciting post to make (will probably be published sometime next week/end) and then I can fully focus on the redesign (if real life permits).
So do not worry, I’m not abandoning my baby! 🙂 If you want to get in touch with me regarding anything, you can drop me a comment here, tweet at me, send a message through Facebook or drop me a line through my contact form, I’d love to hear from you.
After a little pause, I’m back with some reviews! I do love to get subscription boxes and this May’s Colossal Crate has been no exception!