I did it! I managed to complete the Five Games Challenge, which meant I spent the thirty days of November only playing five pre-selected games. Today, I’m going to talk about the final two days and my thoughts on the challenge overall.Continue reading “Five Games Challenge Wrap Up.”
We have reached 2016 in this series of posts! This turned out to be an easy year when it came to thinking about games that I loved that were released in 2016. In fact, it didn’t take me long to think of two games that have become two of my favourite games. Let’s take a look at them!Continue reading “A Year Of My Life In Games- 2016.”
The second week of the five games challenge has been completed! How did I find a second week off work and England still in lockdown, with only five games to play? Read on to find out…Continue reading “Five Games Challenge: Week 2.”
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.”
This is something that has happened to pretty much everyone, you hear a song and no matter what it stays in your head. You may not know the lyrics or even the whole song but the bit that you do know just keeps going around and around in your mind. This doesn’t have to be the latest hit song on Spotify, it can also be part of a video game soundtrack; so today let’s talk about the video game music that constantly gets stuck in your head!Continue reading “Video Game Music Challenge- Day 24. Music You Constantly Have Stuck In Your Head.”
With summer now well and truly here, I thought this would be a great time to recommend a more chilled out game for people to play, Stardew Valley.Continue reading “Thero’s Recommended Gaming: Stardew Valley.”
A few days ago, A Reluctant Hero was nominated for the Real Neat Blog Award by Megan over at A Geeky Gal. If you love reading about gaming, geeky lists and some personal stories, then I highly recommend checking out A Geeky Gal. I want to thank Megan for taking the time to nominate me, I’m pretty bad at responding to these nominations but they are always appreciated. OK, let’s move onto the rules for the award…
Yet again, I’m breaking the rules, as I’m going to be talking about two games that I play to relax.
I find that its some of the smaller games that are made by small developer teams, with less budget and no AAA publisher supporting them, that have the most heart.
Well, this one took a bit of a turn…