Lewis Hallam
Lewis Hallam
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My name's Lewis and I'm 25 years old (I tend to forget that sometimes) and was born and bred in Nottingham. I graduated from the University of Sunderland back in 2011 with a 2:1 degree in broadcast journalism and shortly moved down to Croydon to begin a magical career as an Account Executive. I'm also the owner of a company which creates and develops games. We've not had success yet, but fingers crossed for the future. Any spare time that I get tends to be taken up by games, music, television and game development. I tend to be a bit of a trophy hunter when it comes to games and try to platinum as many as I can. I can guarantee you that anything MMORPG will be loved by me but I also love platformers, RPG and action games. My only down side is it takes me hours to finally pick a character I'm happy with. Favourite games have to be: 1) Final Fantasy VII 2) Final Fantasy X 3) Borderlands 2 4) Persona 4 5) Infamous Second Son

Rise & Shine Xbox One, PC, PS4 Nintendo Switch Review

“Bullets, bullets, and … well more bullets. Rise & Shine shows us it’s big guns!” It’s a couple of weeks past Christmas, so naturally most gamers are in that wonderful phase where they have more games to play and enjoy…

Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age Review

It’s an amazing feeling whenever I get hold of any Final Fantasy game. Ever since I was a wee little ‘un I’ve always been desperate to get my hands on the latest title, and whilst some games have left me…

Danganronpa Another Episode: Ultra Despair Girls Review

There’s still so many games in the RPG world that I’ve yet to truly discover. Sword Art Online still evades my radar even to this day. Dragon Quest has only been conquered once before by myself, let alone the entire…

Final Fantasy XIV: Stormblood Review – Explore Eorzia and build your army! Stormblood is here!

Two years ago, you took your first steps into the icy mountains of Ishgard, redeeming yourself as a champion of the realm and proving the impossible to be mere child’s play. Since then you’ve conquered dragons, countless primals, more dungeons…

EVERSPACE Review – EVERSPACE blasts off to unexpected heights!

Do you fancy yourself a bit of a space nerd? Want a game that will let you blast through the atmosphere at a billion miles per hour? Wanna be a pro pilot whilst weaving in and out of meteors and…

RiME Review – Visit the beautiful world of Rime in this incredible new release

Any of you who regularly read my review (thanks, guys & girls!) will probably know that I begin all my reviews by informing you of what game I’ve been playing lately (Final Fantasy 15 for those of you who’re wondering)…

Endless Space 2 – Only In Space Are All Things Beauty

It’s very rare that a game comes along that moves me. Games like Last of Us and Witcher 3 have a habit of doing this on the regular. Great story lines do a great job sticking with you. All the…

Hakuoki: Kyoto Winds Review – An incredible tale filled with samurais, swords and sexy time

There tends to be a general theme around the games that I enjoy and I’m usually the first to admit that I get a massive nerd boner from simulation games and anything Japanese related. I’m not entirely sure why that…

The Silver Case Review – The Silver Cases are re-opened for another exciting adventure!

Some of my hardcore fans (if any) will know that I’ve not actually posted any reviews for some time now. I suppose the past few months of slaying bosses and trawling through dungeons on other games has finally taken its…

Shiness: The Lightning Kingdom Review – Time to Kick Butt with Martial Arts and Shi with ‘Shiness

The past few weeks have seen me try to get back into the swing of my reviews. Whilst I do tend to go for the more simplistic indie games, most of you will already know I’m a sucker for an…