Benjamin GuY
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An enthusiastic performer and musician, after finishing his degree in Drama, Benjamin went on to complete a PGCE and is a qualified primary school teacher, currently working for a variety of agencies on supply. He has been a gamer all his life, first taking up the hobby when his doctor prescribed him a Game Boy to help him control his ADHD. Ever since, he’s preferred his entertainment interactive; enjoying thought-provoking narratives and emergent gameplay. Benjamin has been writing for Invision Community since his degree days, and whilst he prefers PC gaming he also enjoys experiences on his PS4 and New 3DSXL. His top three games of 2015 were Pillars of Eternity, Fallout 4, and The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. You can contact me at Benjamain@invisioncommunity.co.uk

Monster Hunter Stories 2 Review

Of all the reviews I’ve done over the years, this one has been the hardest to write. By this point, I’ve drafted and redrafted it so many times that it’d blow your mind. In all honesty, it’s not even necessarily…

Genesis Thor 401 RGB Gaming Keyboard Review

I like flashy keyboards. I like how they can drastically improve both your working and home life. I like how they can simultaneously make your desk look professional and ridiculous. I like their over the top names and pretty lights.…

Disgaea 6 Defiance of Destiny Review

SRPGs exist in a strange space between genres. On one hand, many modern variants have a dryness and seriousness to them clearly translated from the strategy side of the mixture. On the other, they often contain the classically overdesigned characters…

Say No More Review

When reading studies discussing human evolution, a common theme that occurs is the human need for social and societal acceptance. For thousands of years working together has been a societal norm. Co-operation has been championed as a virtue and consistently…

Moero Crystal H Review

Two years ago I was given the chance to review Moero Chronicles on Switch. A rerelease of a previously Japan-only Vita title, it gave me an interesting insight into the world of fan-service-led games and started me down the path…

Saviors of Sapphire Wings / Stranger of Sword City Revisited Review

It’s always nice when a lesser-known game from a niche genre can escape the confines of one worldwide region and reach a wider audience. Whilst JRPGs continue to be incredibly popular worldwide, dungeon RPGs have seen somewhat of a drop-off…

Curse of the Dead Gods Review

Over the last few years the rogue-like genre has become a little bit…shall we say cluttered? Saturated? Crowded? Every other month there seems to be a new rogue-like popping out of somewhere taking inspiration from the original Rogue and more…

Root Double -Before Crime * After Days- Xtend edition Review

As a life-long enthusiast of interactive fiction, I’ve played all sorts of things. From shooters meant to thrill you to island simulators full of cute animals, gaming has something for everyone. However, not all games are equal, and for many…

Crown Trick Review

The term “rogue-like” has been thrown around a lot in recent years. Ever since the release of The Binding of Isaac many games have been described as a “rogue-like,” meaning they contain a combination of permadeath and procedurally generated dungeons.…

EKSA E900 Pro Gaming Headset Review

For the most part, gaming headsets are either incredible or lacklustre. There’s very little middle ground in my experience, and you often find you get what you pay for. Expensive manufacturers bring hosts of interesting features and great sound quality…