Preview: Tale of a Wolf

I’m forever impressed by the drive, ambition and talent that indie developers constantly demonstrate – which proves that huge budgets and equally sizable teams are far from a guarantee that […]

Film Review: Fantastic Four (2015)

Or, as the poster would cringily have you think the title was: Fant4stic. Though Marvel’s First Family have reached the big screen before in two middling-at-best 00s efforts, they’ve never […]

Review: The Walking Dead: Michonne

One of the most popular characters in The Walking Dead is Michonne, who initially shows up in the comics as a lone wanderer with a katana and two neutered pet […]

Film Review: Doomsday (2008)

I had high hopes for Doomsday, having enjoyed director Neil Marshall’s first two films – Dog Soldiers and The Descent – immensely. Both were low budget, creatively shot films with […]

Preview: Kick Bot

Let’s get one thing out of the way first, just so we’re clear: I’m terrible at Kick Bot. It doesn’t stop me trying though. And trying. And trying. And trying […]

Early Access: Super Star Shooter 16

A retro inspired tunnel shooter made with Unity, Super Star Shooter 16 is a surprisingly fun game, even in its current unfinished form. Flying into the screen, shooting enemies and […]

Review: The Walking Dead: A New Frontier

After the incredible first two seasons of Telltale’s The Walking Dead Series – and the ending of the second game, which left our hero Clementine far from safe, even if […]

Product Spotlight: Volutz Charging Cables

Though this isn’t usually the kind of content I’d cover here, I’ve been sufficiently impressed with Volutz – both the company and their products – that I wanted to give […]

Opinion: Next Gen – Again

I know I’ve written about this before, but something weird has happened not just with the ‘new’ next gen consoles, but also with the last few generations: I’m just not […]

Review: The Walking Dead: Season Two

Having played through the first season of Telltale’s incredible Walking Dead series – as well as the interlude episode, 400 Days, it was only a matter of time before I […]

Board Game Review: Machi Koro

We all have that one gateway game that piqued our interest and showed us a world of possibility beyond the roll-and-move simplicity of mainstream board games. Mine was The Settlers […]

Review: The Walking Dead: 400 Days

Having recently replayed – and reviewed – the first season of Telltale’s critical and commercial breakthrough title, The Walking Dead, it wasn’t long before I picked up my bloodied controller […]

Game Pass Adventures

With next generation launching – and no exclusive next gen only titles launched – it’s fallen to a huge influx of Game Pass games to do some of the heavy […]

Film Review: The Book of Eli (2010)

TRIGGER WARNING: Sexual assault is mentioned in the following review. Post-apocalyptic movies used to be a favourite genre of mine; often seeing a lone stranger wandering – or, more often, […]

Review: The Walking Dead

When Telltale’s The Walking Dead was released in 2012, I don’t think anyone was ready for how much of an impact it’d make, nor how high it’d set the bar […]

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Hi, I’m Jason. I’ve been writing on and off for the last 21 years, but it’s only in the last few years that I’ve been publishing my own work on this blog. I’ve written more than 500 articles here on the blog, covering areas such as video games, board games, comic books, movies and much more. Please get in touch if you’d like me to cover your product, for interview requests or if you’d like me to write for your publication – I’d love to hear from you.

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