Lynley James
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The old guy who likes to remind everyone that PC gaming was the only way to game back in the day when tweaking settings made you a real gamer. In reality just an accountant who loves playing games and moaning about them.

Tormented Souls Review – Scared the Pants Off Me

Horror is not the genre for me. I’ve never been a fan of the jump scares and the dark rooms and the ominous atmosphere whether it be in games or films. But the experience, virtual though it may be, of…

Assassins Creed Valhalla The Siege of Paris Review

Valhalla has certainly leaned into the open world RPG direction of the series and while it served as a breathe of fresh air when Origins was released, Ubisoft can be accused of falling into the same trap as it did…

Trails of Cold Steel IV Switch Review

JRPGs are famous for their in-depth, often obtuse stories and lore. On the surface, the games tend to follow a simple hero’s journey template, but often the lore and mythology developed to service that simple story adds that depth and…

Warhammer Age of Sigmar Stormground Review

You cannot go a day without hearing about yet another Warhammer licensed game in the development of being released with barely any notice. Game Workshop has taken a more is more approach to licensing their incredibly popular tabletop war games…

Assassins Creed Valhalla Wrath of the Druids Review

Valhalla is a huge game. I’m sure that Ubi has all the stats, but if even 20% of players across all platforms completed the main campaign I would be amazed. Add in the numerous side quests, mini-games, and exploration options…

Review: Crash Bandicoot 4 Better on Next Gen Consoles

Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time was the long-awaited direct sequel to Crash Bandicoot 3: Warped – a game released in 1998! This game was the second to be developed by someone other than Naughty Dog and has a generally…

Romance of the Three Kingdoms XIV: Diplomacy and Strategy Pack Review

The Romance of the Three Kingdoms series has a long and glorious history. Having debuted in 1988 on almost all systems including the NES and continuing to be released on console throughout the decades it is an anomaly that a…

Battle Brothers Review – A Low Effort Switch Port

Battle Brothers was released on Steam in 2015 and this rogue-lite tactical strategy game was highly rated by almost everyone who played it. Sadly the Switch port didn’t get the same attention to detail that the original got. Battle Brothers…

Fights in Tight Spaces Preview

What was the best scene in the Netflix Daredevil series? If you answered the corridor fight scene in Season 1 then you are correct and you have neatly described the central conceit behind Ground Shatter’s Fights in Tight Spaces. The…

Werewolf the Apocalypse: Earthblood Review – All Bark and No Bite

Werewolf the Apocalypse is an iconic Tabletop RPG first published in 1991 that has been eclipsed by the more popular, and inferior, Vampire the Masquerade. Set in the same universe the game has you take on the role of werewolves…