Goodbye wall! (Until you’re reassembled in my new room.) 😃

I had a great naval-battling session in AC: Black Flag last night. Imagine my surprise at spotting this amazing sailing ship on the Thames today! I hope it has a crows nest.

I dance in the face of Danger. 

(Source: theagentofdoom)

Pantheon / Rome. Take me back to this incredible city and country. Looking forward to travel planning next summer! #interrail #rome

(Source: miyku)

When we took Teddy on his first trip to Farningham and he had an adorable paddle in the ford!

I wanted to post a little something now that Season 2 of The Walking Dead is wrapped up - specifically, that I’ve had the best time playing this Season from start to end, despite hiccups in the game that have made it less impacting overall than the first season was.

It’s been the best experience playing each episode release then putting together a review of the good and bad, and being able to document my thoughts on the game as it progresses. Episodic games like The Walking Dead have such strengths in that each installment is played (almost devoured!) as soon as it is released, completed a few hours after, yet fans will wait a month and a half in anticipation for the next episode - and repeat. Not many studios could write a story that has people dedicated for eight months, yet Telltale Games have managed it so successfully. 

I’ve had the best time reviewing this Season - here’s hoping we can look forward to The Walking Dead: Season 3!

The Walking Dead: Season 2: Episode 5 “No Going Back” Review

We’ve reached the end of Clementine’s journey in The Walking Dead: Season 2 - and a fairly distressing journey that’s been. Isolated from the get-go, Clementine has had to find an in with strangers and old faces alike to survive not only the walkers, but the darker individuals that litter the landscape of survival. 

I’ve had ups and downs with this season, but Episode 5 didn’t disappoint - with 5 different endings and a macabre path to each, “No Going Back" is a tear-jerker. 

Check out my full review of the finale here!

I was recently lucky enough to interview Jane Jensen, creator of the Gabriel Knight series (among other great adventure titles) about the upcoming remake of her first solo game: Gabriel Knight: Sins of the Fathers. 
This was my first interview, and funnily enough, my first gaming memories are those of classic adventure titles - Gabriel Knight definitely being one!
Jane Jensen is an extremely interesting and talented lady - have a look at the questions I put to her here!

I was recently lucky enough to interview Jane Jensen, creator of the Gabriel Knight series (among other great adventure titles) about the upcoming remake of her first solo game: Gabriel Knight: Sins of the Fathers

This was my first interview, and funnily enough, my first gaming memories are those of classic adventure titles - Gabriel Knight definitely being one!

Jane Jensen is an extremely interesting and talented lady - have a look at the questions I put to her here!

I visited nostalgia town last week as I played through a demo of Gabriel Knight: Sins of  the Fathers. Only this time, the fantastic storytelling has been met with a gorgeous visual reboot and a remastered retro soundtrack that makes this remake super promising for old and new fans alike.

This series is very dear to my pre-adolescent heart, and Pinkerton Road Studios have done a wonderful job at reviving it.

So if there are any point-and-click adventure fans about, check out my preview here and see what you think!