The Bird (Guest Post)

Image from Pixabay I hear a symphonyin the world around meas I go througheach passing day.From the thump of machineryto a bird's song,the whisper of the windand the hum of tires on asphalt.Everything in the worldmakes a songfor those who listen,A quiet tuneborn of an invisible creatorunique to the worldyou wander through.Sometimes I only catchbits … Continue reading The Bird (Guest Post)

The Games That Defined My Childhood (Guest Post)

Image from Pixabay Recently, I noticed a Facebook meme going around that asked people to list the videogames that shaped their childhood, so I decided to indulge in a little bit of nostalgia. Unlike my cousin, I didn't own a PlayStation, growing up. We had a Pentium 2 well into the early 2000s. I remember … Continue reading The Games That Defined My Childhood (Guest Post)

Death Stranding Game Review Guest Post

Death Stranding" Sony PlayStation 4 exclusive Developed by Kojima Productions What is it?  Narrative-driven (post-apocalyptic sci-fi/fantasy/drama), single-player, 3rd person action/adventure/stealth, open world with survival/hiking/asynchronous social mechanics, featuring Norman Reedus, Lea Seydoux, Mads Mikkelson, Margaret Qualley, and Lindsay Wagner Who would like it? You should enjoy it if you like Kojima’s previous works in general because … Continue reading Death Stranding Game Review Guest Post

Why I loven the BioShock games and not other first person shooters

( This is a guest post by my best friend Neville) Neville's blog A plane crashes into the dark ocean at night. Flames erupt all around you. Screams fill your ears. You make your way desperately to the lighthouse you see in the distance. As you enter the building, you’re taken deeper into the bowels of … Continue reading Why I loven the BioShock games and not other first person shooters

Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn

 “There's a difference between really loving someone and loving the idea of her.” This book is definitely one of my favourite psychological thrillers I’ve read so far. When Amy disappears on her fifth anniversary, her husband Nick eventually becomes the primary suspect. Amy seems like the perfect daughter and wife until her true psychopathic nature … Continue reading Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn