Well, my week is going swimmingly. The madness of lockdown seems to have permeated my brain, hence this week I yelled at a tree, had a random fit of the giggles and spent most of a day wrapped in a duvet eating crisps. But on the other side of the spectrum, my nieces have been writing letters to myself and my parents as a way of communicating. They wrote me a little short story, so I say down and jotted down a four-page tale of them and their parents fighting nasty goblins, including setting one goblin’s pants on fire. Y’know, healthy, wholesome stuff to be telling a 6-year-old about. Anyway, this week I’m chatting about some Playstation 5, the baffling weirdness of levelling up and why Extraction was pretty good.
It appears, my dear friends, that the world has gone a tiny bit mad. But I’m here to bless your horrible day with my mere presence, with my unadulterated brilliance! Alright, seriously, I hope you’ve been staying safe and looking after yourselves in these tricky times. Luckily we’ve got games to occupy ourselves with, so this week I’m chatting about Gamestop being stupid, Doom Eternal being awesome and next-gen consoles being delayed.
Having just posted the news that SEGA and Creative Assembly today announced Alien: Isolation, a first-person horror-survival game, I sat down to watch the first proper gameplay footage of the game. Having said that my interested was certainly piqued in the initial post you can now count me […]
Today Sega strode forth to announce Alien: Isolation, a new title based upon Ridley Scott’s classic film Alien. The game is being developed by Creative Assembly and promises to stay true to the tone and style of the legendary film. “In Alien: Isolation, we have taken the series […]