It’s been a while since I did an A-Z post. Here are the previous entries if you missed them. Anyway, who would have guessed that G would end up being gaming? Ha! Only bloody everybody! But I’m not just talking about video games here, that’s a part of it sure. I love me a good card or board game too, so let’s start there!
My wife and I were so taken by the convenience and innovative proposition of the Nintendo Switch that we bought a second one. We are now a two Switch family and thus we were in the market for another case and some other bits and pieces. Bestico were kind enough to offer me a selection of their accessories in exchange for an honest review.
I’m an avid gamer, it’s one of the ways I relax and get a little me time. But among the many problems faced by the industry free to play games still rank highly in my opinion. Welcome to the letter F in my A to Z of likes and dislikes.
Gaming can be an expensive hobby. Certain new releases are approaching the £60 mark and that’s not for a special edition. Despite that, there are plenty of ways you can maximise your spend and be a top notch Savvy Gamer. And if you’re a parent with kids clamouring for the latest releases, these tips will interest you too!
I’m loving the portability of Nintendo’s new console but I’m a total klutz. No way am I going to risk my beloved new toy getting broken! I needed to acquire a case to protect my precious handheld and this is the one I chose. If you’re looking for a smartly designed piece of protective kit, look no further than my Orzly Nintendo Switch case review.
Lego games have become a staple of the past few console generations. Generally they’re tied to a some sort of intellectual property, like Star Wars or Marvel. This one is a bit different and somehow, it also feels better for it. After a week with the game I’m ready to bring you my Lego City Undercover review on the Nintendo Switch.
Next up in the A-Z of my likes and dislikes we have Call of Duty. Now as I’m a gamer I’m sure you’re wondering which side of the fence this particular title falls on. Am I a fan who buys every yearly release or are there other things on my roster?
If you were a nineties kid and into gaming, it’s virtually a guarantee that you played a 3D platformer. These games were everywhere and often featured characters who became mascots for their respective systems. Mario 64 on the N64, Crash Bandicoot on the Playstation. Where on earth did they disappear to?
Microsoft have finally lifted the curtain on Project Scorpio. We knew a few details from E3 about what capabilities were being targeted for the new Xbox. Now thanks to Eurogamer and a further full reveal from Microsoft we have the full specifications. It’s an impressive piece of hardware, so lets get down to the details.