One of the questions I get asked quite a lot is what is my process? What magical formula do I use for writing or playing games? I love the question because the term “process” is almost whispered, like it’s an arcane ritual not for the common folk, only […]
I always hate writing about myself, it's such a pain in the ass to know where I should start.
I'm twenty-two years young and love to play, as you may have already guessed. When WolfsGamingBlog.com started up it was simply because I found writing to be a good form of stress relief for when my Cystic Fibrosis was getting me down or simply because I had been having a bad week. When I started writing I never dreamed that people would actually read it, or that it would ever get this big. It's mind boggling.
My writing isn't the best, but through trial, error and the comments of readers I strive to improve it so I can provide fair reviews. My ultimate goal is to prove that not everyone in the gaming media are corrupt idiots intent on delivering false reviews.
Other than that I'm a fully qualified lifeguard and used to teach first-aid and life-saving skills to kids. What more is there to say? Hmmm, well I love music, reading and films. I'm a drummer, enjoy going swimming and tend to get distracted by shiny objects.
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Despite having been on the market for a while now Corsair’s SP2500 speaker set continues to sell pretty well and remain highly regarded. After going hunting for a serious audio upgrade I managed to snag a set of those bad boys and decided that since they were there […]
Microsoft and Lionhead today made a slightly surprising announcement; the forthcoming Fable Legends, a 4v1 game where a team of heroes battles a player-controlled villain, is going to be free-to-play. Here’s how the cross-platform Xbox One and PC title will play out: at launch there will be four […]
Batman can get pretty dark sometimes, as any long-time reader of the comics will know. Hell, back in the day Batman actually killed folk and didn’t think anything of carrying a gun into a combat until his character was changed, bringing in the no killing vow. While the […]
Reviewing the Game One from Sennheiser after having just tackled their Game Zero model is a difficult task indeed as they’re incredibly alike, meaning I’ve already said many of the things that could be talked about here. Still, there are so differences worth chatting about, starting with the […]
There’s a lot I could talk about in Dragon Age: Inquisition, from its wealth of quests to its enjoyable combat and lovely visuals. But most of all I want to talk about its dragons, and my second encounter with one of those monstrous beasts which occurred after nearly […]
Platforms: PC Reviewed On: PC Developer: King Art Games Publisher: Nordic Singleplayer: Yes Multiplayer: No EDIT: For some warped reason when writing this review originally my brain told me Daedalic published the game, possibly because they publish so many adventure titles. A helpful reader pointed out my mistake, […]