Upload delay (sorry)

Hey ya'll, thanks for stopping in. I'm afraid this weeks upload is going to be slightly delayed, mostly due to the fact that I'm not happy with it's quality. While we treat the blog as a more of a hobby, we like to maintain a certainly level of quality where possible, and I wasn't feeling … Continue reading Upload delay (sorry)

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Week delay

Due to unfortunate circumstances, there’s going to be something of a delay (again). Even more unfortunately, it’s probably going to be considerable enough to mean we won’t get another up and ready until Sunday. I say probably because there’s a chance we’ll get it ready for next Wednesday, but it’s fairly slim. Huge apologises for … Continue reading Week delay

Death and horror games: how failure may be the least scary thing a player has to face.

         I have to admit that I’m not really a huge fan of horror games. This is down solely to the fact that I am a HUGE scaredy cat: after playing a good horror game, I’m jumping at my own shadow for potentially days after, if there even are any shadows left … Continue reading Death and horror games: how failure may be the least scary thing a player has to face.

Unapologetic plugging, or how I learned to stop worrying and link my content.

Hello, loyal reader, thanks for stopping by today! For those who have been here a while, you might have noticed that we missed last week’s deadline of uploading some new content on Sunday (not that this particular blog is exactly fantastic at staying on schedule, ha). Hopefully without sounding like I’m making too many excuses, … Continue reading Unapologetic plugging, or how I learned to stop worrying and link my content.

The Importance of Party Size: mechanics and versatility vs. focus and intimacy in an RPG.

Now it’s a party! In perhaps a blatant show of my gaming preferences and fan boy loyalty, I completed FFXV mere days after posting that Type – 0 review, and playing both games so close together got me thinking about an aspect of RPGs I had never considered: the actual size of an RPG’s party … Continue reading The Importance of Party Size: mechanics and versatility vs. focus and intimacy in an RPG.