Alan Kerr
Alan Kerr
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A fan of fantasy and science fiction across all platforms, Alan grew up playing co-op games with friends and boasts a negative K/D spread across most games. Born to be a support character that would rather follow the trend that 'Leeroy Jenkins' set before us all, he relies on his friends to carry him through the countless games they have played together. Living in Cardiff, UK, he has recently started reviewing for Invision and is ready to put his years of gaming to good use.

Can the Games Market be dominated by the film Industry?

The continual push towards better graphics has led the game industry to a point where games are starting to look incredibly realistic. At the same time, the film industry’s ability in CGI has come just as far and it is…

Earthlock Review

Earthlock is a 90’s style adventure RPG that flirts with our memories of similar games from that time but had a difficult start on its first release back in 2016. I didn’t know of the game till recently so I…

Into The Breach Review

I spent 20 minutes looking for any solution for me not to fail the final mission. My mechs were well upgraded and defending the bomb was my priority. Somehow I had 6 Vek attacking from all angles and everything I…

Spellforce 3 Review

I was caught in Spellforce 3’s web within seconds of watching the cinematic trailer. I’m a huge fan of the fantasy genre and Spellforce 3 ticked a fair few boxes. An enchanted world steeped in magical lore with your conventional…

Hand of Fate 2 Review

Welcome to a game that feels like it’s truly out to get you. Playing this I suffered more than just mere bad luck. I broke a mirror, walked under several ladders and constantly stared a black cat in the face.…

High Hell Review – Steal some souls back from the corporations

Ever had a bad day at work? Did you think something shady was going down in your company? Were there labs experimenting on chimps? Was your boss the devil? No… Well how about you play High Hell and take down…

AER Memories of Old Review – An unmissable Indie Game of 2017

2017 has been one of the busiest years for games and the indie gaming scene has been thriving with new and interesting games. One indie game stood out from the rest for me and delivered a breath of fresh air…