Games, people, GAMES! The dry spell known as Summer is over and hordes of games are coming out of the woodwork, resulting in many of us clutching our wallets in terror. After having so little to play for so many cruel months suddenly we have a raft of […]
Graphics hog the spotlight. As gamers we spend hundreds of words describing how beautiful a view is from atop a cliff, or marvelling at the level of detail displayed within a world. We ooh and aah at slick animations and realistic facial effects, or exclaim how amazing the […]
For Bungie I can only imagine that it’s a slightly stressful time. Although they did create several critical hits before going on to sculpt Halo, the team as it stands now is a one-hit wonder, known almost exclusively for their work on the legendary Halo series. With Master […]
Back in March of 2013 I put together my first gaming PC in a while, working with a budget so tight that the elite community of gamers would giggle like school girls as they caressed their GTX Titans. Still, tight budget or not it has done rather well over the past year, giving me access to plenty of awesome games along the way, but about a month ago the sudden urge to do some upgrades took hold of me. This highlights one of the great things about a PC: if you’ve got some spare cash then you can upgrade the machine to further enhance your experience. I didn’t need to do it, because as budget as my previous build was it could have kept playing games for a little while to come, but I did it because it was something I wanted, a treat to myself. It’s also handy for this website, as it means I can stay on top of the PC titles, at least for the time being.
Note: This article was written while I had a hell of a cold, so I do apologise if it seems rough. Also, this is a long article, so prepare your body mentally and physically. You have been warned. P.S. This is an opinion piece, and strangely enough […]
Random Loot is a series in which I get to focus on one particular game, movie or even comic, be it relatively old or quite new, and then ramble about it, often going off-course in the process or using it to make a point about something else entirely. […]
Random Loot is a new series in which I get to focus on one particular game, movie or even comic, be it relatively old or quite new, and then ramble about it, often going off-course in the process or using it to make a point about […]