The Future of Piracy Avast, ye Landlubbers! Pirate themed games have been around almost as long as video games themselves. I am someone who adores the idea of being able to sail the seas to pillage and plunder, but I have noticed something that I think needs to change. When…

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6 Games Coming in 2019 That Every RPG Fan Should Keep on Their Radar 2018 was another strong year for gaming, giving us many games that all deserve the top spot for Game of the Year; God of War, Spiderman and Red Dead Redemption 2, to name a few. After…

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Rayman: A Special Bond If you have read my post about my Top PlayStation Games then you would know that I have been thinking a lot about the original console recently. So many, fantastic games and memories that helped shape me into the person I am today. One stands out…

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My Top PlayStation Games Leading up to the release on the PlayStation Classic, I was hearing mostly bad things. Unfortunately, this didn't change after the mini console's release and it left me feeling disappointed. The PlayStation was a huge part of my childhood and gave me a lot of great…

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Get To Know Me Another day, another tag. This time, I was tagged by Vicky over at The Roaring Bookworm to answer some questions about myself. I'm not taking part in Blogmas this year but Vicky's post was day twelve and it's definitely worth a read - Vicky is a…

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I Set My PlayStation on Fire I am to become a father in March 2019, but this is not my first baby. Back in 2014, I bought a PlayStation 4 and this quickly filled that role. The console is very important to me and has provided me with some of…

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50 Things That Make Me Happy I was happy to see that I had been tagged in a post by the wonderful Angela over at Hiding Behind Books. This post was all about 50 things that make her happy and, as I was reading, I saw a part that said…

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Game Story Review: Submerged What is Submerged? You take on the role of Miku, an elder sister to Taku who has been gravely injured and is in need of help. With only a boat in an almost completely sunken city, you must sail, climb and search for the supplies needed…

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Book Review: It'll Never Fly by Dean F. Simmons "I remember, for some reason, feeling bad about getting a hand job whilst there was a girl fighting for her life." Summary Simmons takes us on a tour of Brighton through his teenage years. One that you wouldn't find on any…

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Book Review: Night of the Living Trekkies by Kevin David Anderson and Sam Stall "The things inside her...told her. They seem to have some sort of telepathic ability. They share information.""Great," Gary said. "Cloud-computing zombies.""Exactly," Jim said. "T'Poc even used the word 'network'. These things are connected to some kind…

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