Geekly Review #210

As I’m sure you’re aware sales have been everywhere the last few days, whether it’s Black Friday, Cyber Monday or Steams Autumn sale, you can’t escape them! I’ve been keeping my eyes open for any bargains and have managed to grab a few decent deals. Battlefield 1 Battlefield 1 has been a game that I’ve…

Junk Art Review

Where some see junk, other’s see art! In Junk Art let you’re creativity take over as everything you touch turns into magnificent structures and extraordinary creations!   Junk Art is a game in which you and the fellow players are travelling artists, with the objective of being the leading artist in each city you travel…

Spintires: Mudrunner Review

Sometimes you want to take a break from shooting things in their faces, assassinating bad guys, and generally saving the world. That’s what I did recently when I started playing Spintires: Mudrunner. It popped up on my radar around its release a few weeks back and it looked like it could be pretty good fun.…

Geekly Review #209

This week there’s been a lot of TV, and a lot of Call of Duty. The Punisher Friday 17th November was the day I took a day off Call of Duty and spent the evening watching Neflix & Marvel’s latest series The Punisher. I had a lot of hype for this show based on the…

Geekly Review #208

It’s been a good week of gaming, let’s catch up on what we’ve been playing. Darwin Project You may remember seeing the Darwin Project pop up during Microsoft’s E3 2017 show. Since then it has been all quiet but over the weekend they held a closed Alpha and I was lucky enough to get in…

Immersion and Odd Mechanics

Can I just preface this by saying that this is not a serious post and I get that these mechanics are here for gameplay purposes, but it doesn’t make them any less odd or annoying when you actually sit and think about them. I was watching a video of the opening of the new Call…