We are all used to living in the online world, we are used to creating profiles for websites and characters for gaming to the point where we often do it without thinking. But it turns out that the persona that we create for ourselves in the online world can effect our own behaviour without us... Continue Reading →
Released on April 25th 2017, What Remains of Edith Finch is perhaps my favourite game of the year so far. You play as Edith Finch, the last of the Finch family. Returning to your ancestral home. You explore the quirky house learning the tragic tales of your cursed family. The game has an amazing, emotional... Continue Reading →
Hands down I am a serial day dreamer. I can maintain a day dream for day’s even weeks at a time, keeping the same narrative and characters. Day dreaming has its place, it’s an amazing form of escapism and works the imagination far better than TV or gaming in my view. As a rule of... Continue Reading →
It is the 2 year anniversary of when I first joined the Empire Minecraft server. Seeing that statistic on my profile surprised me, I have never stuck with an online Minecraft server for so long. Empire Minecraft is a huge multiplayer public server with multiple servers all split into three areas: Town, Frontier and Wasteland:... Continue Reading →
Tamriel is an expansive continent populated by Elves, Men, Orcs, Kajiit and Argonians. Each of the well know races have their own differing cultures however, within this world there are many secrets including these four lesser known “Barbaric” races of Tamriel.
Elder Scrolls and Fallout are two amazing franchises steeped in adventure and backed by rich lore. Below are some arguments for what makes each game great. Which franchise is your favourite? Elder Scrolls: Dragons: Enough said! What could be better than going toe to toe with a flying fire/ice breathing beast? Magic: Shooting ice, fire... Continue Reading →
“I am the instrument of justice and I cannot fall. Death has come for you evildoer. And I am its Shroud." - The Silver Shroud
Like many, I have fallen for the obvious convenience of the digital age, there is nothing better than having every song at your fingertips and being able to play any computer game without the need for hundreds of shiny disks taking up valuable space. However, even in this digital age there are some clear advantages... Continue Reading →