Sega… what do we all think of Sega?
There’s no denying they still make some great games, but what they are now is a long way away from what they once were.
Sega’s Total War series is easily the best RTS game series available and Company Of Heroes isn’t far off either. Then there’s Bayonetta and Football Manager who lap the plaudits up too, but it’s their little, blue mascot that doesn’t fare all that well lately.
I’ve never really been into Sonic since it’s early foundations, everything pre-2002 was great but I personally don’t feel like it’s progressed anywhere since then. You look at other platform game-series like Mario, Rayman, Metroid and even Tomb Raider to see that where they have evolved and adapted to new audiences, Sonic The Hedgehog just hasn’t.
But who cares? That’s not what I want to talk about and if I’m being honest, that’s a totally unrelated conversation altogether. That’s just me, getting carried away and taking things off-course.
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So, I’m nearing the end of the Nathan Drake Collection. I’m around three-quarters of the way through the third game, Uncharted: Drake’s Deception, and I’m actually enjoying it more than I expected.
Back from my holidays, back to gloomy ol’ England, back to reality, back to work, back to gaming.
Before I ‘booked it, packed it and f*cked off’ there was a fair amount left unsaid (if you don’t get that reference from a true national treasure, you’re seriously missing out in life). So here’s a not-so-brief update.
I don’t mean to rub this in, but I’m going abroad for two weeks!
I’m off on my holibobs to sunny Spain where the drink will flow, the skin will burn and the sand will get into every single bodily orifice.
Sometimes, I really wished I lived under a rock. If you’re lucky enough to stroll through your life unaware of the big news stories, you probably aren’t even aware of what E3 is, never mind what it stands for.
From the 13th to 15th June 2017, we gamers were treated to many a reveal during this year’s Electronic Entertainment Expo (hence the 3 e’s if you actually do live under a rock).
Today’s my birthday, I’ve somehow bumbled through life and reached the ripe old age of 23.
Yay for me.
I love cooperative games. Playing with a buddy and working together to overcome scenarios makes me feel all fuzzy inside. Personally, I’ll always prefer split-screening locally as opposed to playing online. I just think there’s something to relish when you’re sat right next to your mate, sibling or some random bum you’ve pulled off the street.