The Social Gamer

The Social Gamer

I recently started a new job, and though the work is hard, there is always a bit of time for conversation. In my first few days, this was pretty limited. In fact, we didn’t say much beyond “Hey”, “How are you”, and “What’s your name…

Rival Kingdoms: Age of Ruin – Review

Rival Kingdoms: Age of Ruin – Review

Before smartphones and tablets existed, those who had a desire to retain productivity on the go had the choice of either the traditional bulky laptop or, if you wanted something a little more discreet and portable, a pocket PC.  In 2003, I had one such…

The Firm – Review

The Firm – Review

In days of old, before particles and polygons were even considered in the aesthetics of video games, we had practically no choice but to immerse ourselves in what became known as the ‘twitch’ genre.  It involved lightning-fast reaction times, very little in the way of…

Wolfenstein: The Old Blood – Review

Wolfenstein: The Old Blood – Review

Almost two years ago, I boarded a plane with some friends to Germany with the intent of playing new games, writing kick-ass previews, and pissing off the locals with my B-grade GCSE German. While there, I had the chance to play a section from the…