Bioshock Infinite: Burial At Sea DLC Part 2 (SPOILERS ALERT!)

Following on from my Burial at Sea review last week, I decided to play through the entirety of the second piece of DLC due to the fact I’ve purchased it all well after their original release date (The advantages of Steams summer sale and late purchases you see). Please be warned, this review will contain […]



Weekly Gaming: Infinity Runner (PC)

Hi all, For this weeks review, I managed to get a copy of Wales interactive’s Infinity Runner, a game all about running as fast as possible through a spaceship whilst also transforming into a werewolf and killing guards. If you want to read it, take a look at the link below: My game is […]

Weekly Gaming: 4PM (PC)

Hi all, So another week has come and gone, and yet again I have another review for you over at You can read it at the following address: A few updates about my game. I’m currently in talks with a fantastic artist who I’ve met at a few conventions now for a really […]



Weekly Gaming: Luftrausers

I bought Luftrausers months ago for my Playstation Vita in a sale, as it always intrigued me after having played it at the Eurogamer Expo last year. I don’t usually get on with Bullet Hell games, as my precision isn’t as good as it should be, but Lufrausers intrigued me due to its accessibility and […]

Weekly Gaming: Bioshock Infinite: Burial At Sea DLC Part 1

Bioshock Infinite was one of my favourite games of last year, given its fantastic story and fairly unique setting. Ken Levine is a genius when it comes to setting up these lavish cities, where your imagination becomes a reality, and so it was a welcome piece of news that the first true piece of DLC […]



Weekly Gaming: Monument Valley (Android)

Having recently switched from a iPhone to an android device with a lovely 5.2inch screen, I wanted a game to push those pixels and play out and about. I didn’t have to go far to find a game that intrigued, with bytwo’s Monument Valley being a featured app in the Google Play store. At the […]

Weekly Gaming: Tropico 5 (PC)

Hi all! This week, I take a look at Tropico 5 for PC, a game series I’ve always been interested in, but never taken the plunge into. To read this weeks review, click the link below, where I’ve done it on behalf of I’ve also been updating my game Twixel more so than […]



Weekly Gaming: Concursion

Hi all, Once again, I’ve managed to write a review for This week, it’s on the indie game Concursion that I saw back at EGX rezzed back in March. The review can be found below: I’ve also been putting in more time and effort into my game, so please, clink the link below […]

Weekly Gaming: Among the Sleep (PC)

Hi all! As I said last week, I’ve been making a few reviews over at, so this weeks latest is Among the Sleep, which I Kickstarted a while ago. The game was alright, but failed to capitalise on such a unique and brilliant concept due to it’s length and depth. The review can be […]



Weekly Gaming: Transistor (PC)

Hi all, So for the previous two weeks I was actually on holiday travelling the length of my little country: the UK. Unfortunately, this left me little time to work on anything at all, so coming off of holiday I was able to work on getting through Transistor for the PC. The review has been […]

Weekly Gaming: Octodad: Dadliest Catch (PC)

When Octodad was announced and shown off around the time of the PS4 announcements, I couldn’t have been more excited at the chance to play it. Here was a platform holder like Sony, bowing their head to an indie studio, and making way for a company that wouldn’t have been given the time of day […]



Weekly Gaming: Unpossible (iOS, Android)

Given the nature of the game I’m currently developing, I decided it was time to delve into the mobile app market to see what competition is in the market, and what innovative/original ideas were out there. Whilst browsing, I came across a nifty little app that I liked the trailer of called Unpossible, an obstacle […]

Weekly Gaming: Hearthstone, Heroes of Warcraft (PC, iPad)

  Given my love of Magic: The Gathering, I was surprised I didn’t happen upon Hearthstone sooner. The Free to Play World of Warcraft card game seems to be an exact replica of Magic, but at the same time adds its own uniqueness to the formula. With its recent release on the iPad, I decided […]



Weekly Gaming: Rayman Legends (PS Vita)

Having loved Rayman Origins for its fantastic platforming, I couldn’t wait to get a hold of the latest game in the series, Rayman Legends. Screenshots and trailers made me even more jealous of the games Wii U exclusivity, until one day Ubisoft announced that they would be releasing the game on all platforms simultaneously across […]

Weekly Gaming: OlliOlli (PS Vita)

I’ve been reading up on OlliOlli since I first saw an announcement a while back on engadget. It seemed like an interesting concept, one which I even toyed with whilst at university (my idea was to play the game on a touch screen and use one finger swiping down the screen and the other up […]