The first season of The Walking Dead by Telltale Games (and yes I am well aware of how easy it is to mix that up with the TV series given that their use of the word “season”) is easily one of my favourite games from the past few years, is possibly within my top 10 of […]Read More The Walking Dead Season 2 review – I see too many dead people
When it comes to writing reviews for an episodic game I learned my lesson from my attempt to review each individual episode of The Raven, despite differences in each episode, at the end of the day you do just end up saying the same thing about each episode. It made my vocabulary feel a lot […]Read More The Wolf Among Us review – I’ll huff and I’ll puff
Hey everyone, my name is Sabor117, and I’m a WoW addict. You know, I was recently introduced to the very well written TV show The West Wing in which a character talks about alcoholism as being where a normal person would have one drink, an alcoholic has ten. They essentially just can’t stop themselves, or […]Read More World of Warcraft: Cataclysm retrospectacle – The world heaves with my torment…
It’s funny the things that the brain remembers given the correct prompting. Prior to my recent playthrough of the game I only remembered three things about Jade Empire, an RPG by Bioware released way back in 2005 (before Bioware was known for Bioware RPGs). I, even then, remembered hearing literally nothing about it prior to getting it […]Read More Jade Empire Retrospectacle – MAI HONOURS!
Ah. Legends of Dawn. Indie produced. Successfully Kickstarted. Steam Greenlighted. It has a suite of interesting features and the devs claim that it is a hardcore fantasy game. But is it actually any good? You must read past Friend Bump to find out.Read More Reviewed! Legends of Dawn
I loved the original Walking Dead interactive story by Telltale Games, in fact I am kept awake at night sometimes by my decision to choose Assassin’s Creed 3 over it as my runner up game of the year for 2012. So, naturally, when I heard that there was some DLC heading our way for one […]Read More 400 Days review – Not how long it took to finish!
I was looking forward to Bioshock Infinite since it’s announcement and the début trailer all the way back in 2010. With three years of build-up and hype it wouldn’t be surprising if a lot of people were left disappointed, life and games have a way of doing that to you. This is especially true with Bioshock considering […]Read More Bioshock Infinite review – Part of the Mile High Club!
Welcome folks, welcome to the Endweek News! This is your weekly segment of SOME things gaming. I say “some” things because, frankly, I have neither the time nor the botheredness to actually post everything of gaming related interest every week and so I will be trimming off the fat and the sliiiightly less interesting stories in favour […]Read More Endweek News – Seb’s Top Five
This is definitely one of the odder reviews in my time, not because of the game itself, but because I never actually played the game I am reviewing. This would normally mean that any review I could possibly write on the subject would be completely null and void (for what is the point of reviewing […]Read More To the Moon – Vicarious sobbing still counts
Welcome back to Seb’s Journal of his adventures in Skyrim where I have the intention of doing ABSOLUTELY EVERYTHING that the game has to offer. These articles will be of some of the best or most amusing experiences I have in the game and I will hopefully be coming out with them fairly regularly. If […]Read More Seb’s Skyrim Journal Part 8 – Nothing I can do?