I’ve made it through week one of the Five Games Challenge! I was a little concerned that I would struggle with this week, as I had the week off work and England went back into lockdown. I was afraid that I would either get burnt out on gaming or I would get bored of the games I picked. Fortunately, that didn’t happen, so let’s take a look at how the week panned out!Continue reading “Five Games Challenge: Week 1.”
Long time readers of this blog and my friends will know that I have a serious gaming backlog problem. In fact, my friend Khinjarsi at Upon Completion, tried to help with this issue with the Backlog Challenge last year. Well, after seeing Kim’s post on Later Levels, I’ve decided to stop being guilty by my backlog and instead, I’m going to show it off today!Continue reading “#LOVEYOURBACKLOG Week 2020.”
Its the last Question of the Month of 2018 from Later Levels! I’ve had a real blast at taking part in these questions over the course of the year and I have to say, the questions that members of the blogging community have come up with have been incredible. I think it probably goes without saying, as long as Later Levels keeps posting these questions, I’ll definitely try and answer them. So without further ado, let’s take a look at the December question!
I really enjoyed responding to Later Levels’ Question of the Month for October, so I thought I would do the same with their November question!
This weekend, I went to MCM London Comic Con with my brother and sister, plus my sister’s girlfriend. I thought I would share my siblings’ thoughts on the day. You can read my sister’s interview here, which is from the point of view of someone who has never been to a Comic Con. My brother, on the other hand, has attended every Comic Con with me and here are his thoughts on MCM London Comic Con 2018.
On Saturday 27th, my brother and I attended London Comic Con for the third time. This year, we also had our sister, Stacey, and her girlfriend join us for this adventure. So I thought it would be a great idea to talk to my sister about how she found her first ever (and hopefully not last!) Comic Con.
Its been quite a while since I’ve answered one of Later Levels’ Question of the Month posts but this October question was just too perfect not to answer, so here goes!
Pix over at Shoot the Rookie has created the amazing event, The Video Game World Game 2018, in which blogger are invited to suggest video game characters who they think should make it the Video Game football team. When I heard of this event, there was really only one character that sprung to mind…
In this post, I’ll be attempting to answer Later Level’s May question, which is:
If you could live in any video game settlement (i.e a town, village, city, etc), where would you choose to live and why; and what role would you play in it?
In this post, I am going to attempt to answer Later Levels’ April question, which is:
Which three video game characters would you choose to help you survive the apocalypse? The type of apocalypse and enemy you’ll encounter will depend on your birthday…