Daniel Durnall
Daniel Durnall
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A teacher of computer Science, Daniel enjoys spending time gaming to relax when not in the classroom. Gaming over many generations, and enjoys classic style games more than recent AAA titles. You can contact me at Daniel@invisioncommunity.co.uk

Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition Review – A game that everyone needs to experience

Bulletstorm is a game that when it was released was the kind of crazy shooter action that not many games actually had, it was a game that put humour and gameplay first, then the story, and even then, the story…

Skulls of the Shotgun: Bone-a-Fide Edition Review

Imagine, you are a rising warlord in Japan, you are slowly becoming more powerful and spreading your power across the land. Then on your final battle, you are killed, and your dream is lost. Thankfully though there is an afterlife,…

Fairy Fencer F: Advent Dark Force Review

Compile heart are known for a few things, RPG’s, bad graphics and fan service, I do enjoy two of these things. Surprisingly Fairy Fencer F: Advent Dark Force, (Further known as FFF) managed to almost break one of these trends!…

World Of Warcraft: Battle For Azeroth Review

World of Warcraft is a game that needs no real introduction, at one time it was the most played MMO game ever, and is still a juggernaut in the industry, a game that basically sets the rules for how MMO’s…

Anima: Gate of Memories Series Review

Anima: Gate of Memories, is an RPG that also tries its hands at being a bit of a hack and slash, something that is missing in the Switches growing roster of games. Though an even better addition to this is…

Aragami Shadow Edition Review

Stealth games are very much a dying genre, especially a game that is SOLEY stealth, sure we get games with elements, so when we get a proper stealth game, I get very VERY excited, now to be fair this isn’t…

Legend Of Kay Anniversary Edition Review

Legend of Kay was one of those games I had seen a lot when I was younger, it was a game that was always somewhere. I used to go to Gamestation a lot and loved the 2 for 40/30/20/15 deals…

Hunt: Showdown Early Access Preview

You know how you get the flavour of the year, and how EVERYTHING has to be about that genre, and this year its Battle Royal game modes? Well Hunt: Showdown is NOT a Battle royal game, but most review sites…

Blue Reflection Review

Ever sat there and thought, man I love Sailor moon and I’m so excited for the new series to come out? Well probably not, however if you have and know of the Magical Girl anime trope that still see’s multiple…

Senran Kagura Beach Splash Review

Senran Kagura Beach Splash, a game that would be embarrassed for a friend to see sitting either on my shelf or digitally in my library. It is a game that needs no introduction as really, it is a game designed…

Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony Review

Danganrompa has become sort of a household name within fans of the anime genre in video games, released with little advertising or fan fair to the vita some years ago, it has exploded in popularity seeing sequel’s, ports and even…

All Star Fruit Racing Preview

Kart racers are not exactly the most popular genre any more, it was never really a popular genre to begin with, it sort of peaked in the 90’s with Micro machines, Twisted Metal, Mario Kart and I guess Crash Team…

Escape From Tarkov – Closed Beta Preview

Escape From Tarkov, should really be called, Console Gamers need not apply, as this is truly a game that I am willing to bet will be the “Can it run Crysis” of this generation of games. What is Tarkov? It…

Dead By Daylight Review

Have you ever watched a Freddie or Jason movie and thought, “Man I wish I could be one of the helpless students being chased”, well your desires have bean heard as now there is a game that does that for…

BLOG – Insomnia 61

Myself and Laurence Headed to this years Insomnia at Birmingham NEC thanks to Invision Community and our close PR friends getting us Press passes, we where hoping to get some interviews but after trying to make contact with our PR…