Celtic – European Elite Ep.2 | PES 2018

Hey everyone welcome back to my European Elite master league with Celtic. After a successful episode one which was live streamed I’m back with the second installment. Continue reading “Celtic – European Elite Ep.2 | PES 2018”

Afterparty Possibly Coming to Console

Back in March Night School Studios, creators of the hit indie title Oxenfree announced that their next game Afterparty would be coming to Steam in 2019 but didn’t specify a console release. As these developers are smart, and are likely fans of money, it now seems that a console announcement is imminent. Continue reading “Afterparty Possibly Coming to Console”

Games-Log #10

Unfortunately it’s going to be an extremely short Games-Log this week because, well, I just haven’t played a lot. I have a growing list of VR games I’m excited to check out including Island Time VR which the good people at Flight School Studios sent me but unfortunately in recent weeks I haven’t had much down time. So here’s my short week in gaming; Continue reading “Games-Log #10”

Masters of Anima | Let’s Play

Here is the first hour of upcoming PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC game Masters of Anima. A strategic fantasy game from the talented team over at Passtech Games and is due for release on April 10th, 2018. Continue reading “Masters of Anima | Let’s Play”

Arsenal – PES 2018 Series Ep.5

We start the fifth installment of the Arsenal Master League series with an away tie at Fulham. It’s the twelfth league fixture, but in terms of my games played, its game week thirteen. Continue reading “Arsenal – PES 2018 Series Ep.5”

Arsenal – PES 2018 Series Ep.4

We start episode four with the big top of the table clash with Liverpool. Currently my Arsenal team sit one point clear at the top. Continue reading “Arsenal – PES 2018 Series Ep.4”

FIFA 18 Review

This review starts back when the 2017 edition launched. For the first time in nearly a decade I started playing the latest iteration of EA’s footballing juggernaut and it just didn’t click. Gameplay wise the whole experience was a chore. Passing felt stiff, players turned so slowly, yet burst into superhuman speed with a simple flick of the right stick. It didn’t feel like a game of football, it felt like game play adjustments to cater to the FUT and YouTube community. Or like the NHL and FIFA teams had switched roles for the year to freshen things up. Continue reading “FIFA 18 Review”

Games-Log #2

Welcome back to my games log. Champions/Europa League football weeks normally coincide with less gaming for me, but a few cheeky days holiday from work have restored the status quo. This has been a pretty diverse week of gaming for me and I have broken it all down below. Continue reading “Games-Log #2”