Telltale’s Game of Thrones S1: a Review

I actually finished this post a couple months ago but never got around to edit it. And partly because I didn’t write anything this week and partly because GAME OF THRONES SEASON 7 PREMIEEEERRRRRRRR and partly because this game is on PlayStation Plus this month, it felt like an appropriate time to dust it off…

Monthly Wrap-Up: June

  Hello everyone, how has your month been like? I can’t quite phantom how half a year has already passed us by. It feels like someone pressed the fast forward button some time earlier this year. Looking back through my previous monthly wrap up posts, it’s incredible to see how much has actually happened in…

Horizon: Zero Dawn: a Review

Horizon: Zero Dawn is set in a post post-apocalyptic world where humans have reverted back to tribes and machines rule the world. It centers around Aloy, an outcast of the Nora Tribe. Her origins is a mystery and one of the side plots of the game. She’s raised by fellow outcast and adoptive father Rost.…

E3 2017 Recap

This year’s E3 has been… in a word… underwhelming. I thought it would be a year where many of the publishers flaunt their exciting new IPs, herald glorious returns from series pass and push their awesome machines in our faces, and we would all happily throw money at our screens. But that was not to…

E3 2017 Hype and Speculations

E3 is happening in just a few days! Let’s get the hype train going! Or maybe not. This will be the first time in a long time that I won’t be able to watch live, except for EA (which is 3am my time) and maybe Sony, though I might have to save up some bandwidth…

Monthly Wrap-Up: May

  Hello everyone! How’s your month been like? I hope it has been well. It’s been a while since I had a chance to blog and with any luck, I’ll soon be able to be more active again, since one of my jobs has officially ended 🙂 There’s so much catching up to do too.…

Monthly Wrap-Up: April

Hello everyone, how has your April been? April was a great time for me, especially considering how the past three months have been. Most of it I put down to the amount of work holidays I had in April. A whole week off my night job and 3 days off my day job. That’s a…

Monthly Wrap-Up March and a Look At 2017 So Far

Holy frost from the seven hells, I feel like time has just rushed past me, leaving me behind in its dusty, sandy wake. I’ve been away from this blog for a month! And boy, has that month been a terrible one for me. I didn’t get any writing done. I only watched some YouTube video.…

Monthly Wrap Up February

  Hey guys, how’s 2017 been so far for you? We’re 2 months in! Time really flies by! I hope 2017 has been treating you well! It’s been a while since I last did a wrap-up, so I’ve a lot to talk about. 2017, for me, has been a year of change. And I’m super…

Oxenfree: a Review

Introduction Oxenfree tells the story of 5 teenagers, as their weekend getaway on a remote island takes a turn into supernatural territory. Alex, her best friend Ren and her new step brother Jonas take a ferry ride to the Edwards Island to meetup with Clarissa, Alex’s late brother’s girlfriend and Nona, Ren’s crush. While exploring a cave,…

Final Fantasy XV: a Review

Final Fantasy XV is the latest entry to the long running Square Enix Japanese Role Playing Game franchise. It has undergone a troubling development before it was finally released. It’s been more than 10 years since its first announcement in May 2006 as Final Fantasy Versus XIII. Funnily enough, another game infamous for being stuck in…

PlayStation Experience Showcase Recap

Oh boy, the Year of Dreams continues! So many awesome announcements at the recent PlayStation Experience (PSX) 2016 Showcase. I was expecting something good after Sony skipped both Gamescom and Paris Games Week. It felt like they were saving up for PSX.

Monthly Wrap Up: November

Hi everyone, how was your November? I hope it was a great month for you! As for me, well, I’m torn between thinking of it as a good month and a poor month. On one hand, I won NaNoWriMo! On the other hand, everything else suffered, as you’ll see in the list down below. And since…