I’ve recently re-read John Scalzi’s Old Man’s War novels. Why? Well, I loved them first time around and didn’t realise how long it had been since I last picked them up. Add to that the release of the latest in the series, The End Of All Things, and I...Read More
Back in 1997/8 I played the ever-living crap out of Final Fantasy VII. It was the first game of that size and complexity I had played, and I spent countless hours immersed in its world. I did EVERYTHING in that game: Gold Chocobo; Knights of the Round; defeated Ruby, Sapphire,...Read More
I enjoy reading Stephen King’s novels, though I have read such a small percentage of his published works. In an effort to resolve this glaring oversight I decided to start tracking the novels and collections of his that I’ve read, hence the below list. Some of his novels I...Read More
Journey is a relatively short game released on the PlayStation3 by thatgamecompany, and it’s perhaps the most visually stunning and musically beautiful games I’ve ever played. During the latter part of last year I was looking for a game to play, something not too involved, but also something that...Read More
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