Tablets being marketed as gaming platforms are seeing a surge in popularity at the moment, yet the Archos Gamepad 2 is somewhat unique in that it whacks on a set of physical controls to compliment the standard touch-screen navigation. The inclusion of buttons and sticks sends a clear […]
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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Battlefield: Hardline doesn’t know what it is. On the one hand it tries to uphold the Battlefield name, a name that has become synonymous with epic multiplayer war. On the other hand it wants to be a police procedural with a hefty dose of action and a cops versus robber multiplayer. It’s almost like developer Visceral had the idea for a police game but couldn’t get the funding to build it, before EA stepped in and demanded a new Battlefield game to meet their quota since DICE were still busy fixing the mess that was Battlefield 4. What we gamers have been left with, then, is a half-baked mixture that can’t live up to the Battlefield name and can’t carve an identity for itself. It’s fun, but it’s not as good as it should be.
Codemasters have just announced that their current-gen only take on the sport of F1, cunningly titled F1 2015, will finally launch on June 12th for Xbox One, PS4 and PC. This latest entry boasts a brand new engine that allows for a more detailed simulation. “The handling is […]
Platforms: Xbox One, PC, PS4 Reviewed On: Xbox One Developer: Rebellion Publisher: Rebellion Singleplayer: Yes Multiplayer: 2-4 player co-op If you don’t know what the Sniper Elite series is then it’s a budget franchise now on its third entry focusing on third-person sniping action. While the latest title, […]
Although it had terrific performance, especially for its low price, the G302 Daedalus Prime from Logitech wasn’t a mouse I had much love for personally, mostly because it was an uncomfortable beast for those like myself who use a palm grip, and felt a little too cheap. From a […]
Platforms: PC Reviewed On: PC Publisher: Paradox Developer: Colossal Order Singleplayer: Yes Multiplayer: No Let’s face it, to top last years disastrous Simcity from Maxis and EA Skyline Cities didn’t really need to do all that much. Provided the game actually worked it would already be leagues ahead […]
This is hardly surprising news: Respawn Entertainment are working on a sequel to Titanfall, and it’s going to be multiplatform. Given the success of Titanfall, commercially and critically, absolutely nobody thought Titanfall wouldn’t get a sequel, and furthermore most people were positive it would come to Playstation as […]