about

My friends and I love gaming. It’s one of our favourite pass times. Sure, we like playing football, lacrosse and other outdoor activities with all that exciting fresh air – but there really is no comparison to the world of gaming. You can be an assassin one day and a pro-footballer the next, and all from the comfort of your own bedroom, living room or mother’s basement.

We enjoy reading game reviews as much as the next gamer. They’re informative, interesting and often useful. But they’re sometimes a bit boring, right? We wanted to make honest reviews of what we’re playing. They may not be the latest releases, hell they may not even be on the latest console. We just enjoy gaming, and we want to give you our opinions on the games that we love (or loathe) to play.

SO, expect some bias heavy game reviews, news stories and the odd preview here and there. This is what we’re playing and we hope that you’ll like playing them too.

meet the guys

Alecs Pillik: Alec likes to spend his spare time writing. He loves a good RPG and is partial to the occasional FPS. His favorite games include: Left 4 Dead, Oblivion, Dead Space and FIFA 13. He also writes a zombie related story blog, click on his face if you want to check it out!

ThinkBad monkey: Hailing from the City of Chelmsford, Alex has been gaming for most of his life. Starting with Spiro the Dragon on the origional PlayStation, he has never looked back. His favorite games include: TimeSplitters, Bioshock, Left 4 Dead and Bastion

Romnomnom: Is that the sound of a motorbike or the noise of someone eating? That’s your choice. Con loves sports games as well as shooters – heck, he likes pretty much everything. His favourite games include: Dead Space, Left 4 Dead, Football Manager and TimeSplitters

steve

Kailios: Aka the Dragonrider, aka Steve, a gamer of multiple platforms and genres. As the name entails he’s a big fan of the fantasy genre but recently Steve’s been open to other styles too. His favourite games include: Skyrim, Far Cry 3, Legend of Zelda Wind Waker, Left 4 Dead and Diablo 3

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6 Responses to “about”

  1. Edith Roberts May 6, 2013 at 4:32 pm #

    I am a Candy Crush player. It has become a routine I do when I want to keep from late night snacks. I can honestly say I have lowered my cholesterol by 70 points. That I can thank you for.

  2. Eileen May 8, 2013 at 12:03 am #

    How can Candy crush saga be played without a Facebook account and not have to beg for tickets. I am the parent of a disabled child that has been playing on his tablet. I will not allow for him to have a facebook account for reasons of safety. Every page of research I have done on how to get past level 36 tells me he needs a facebook account. I will be waiting for your reply

    • alecspilik September 10, 2013 at 7:00 am #

      Hello Eileen.

      I’m afraid that the folk at Candy Crush have made it so that the only way to get past level 36 is to link it to Facebook. It’s a real shame that companies feel the need to do these sorts of things. All I can suggest is that you create a fake Facebook account for your son, one that you can control, so that he can link the game to a Facebook account and keep playing his game. I’m afraid connecting it to Facebook is the only way around it.

      Also, I’d like to apologise for how long it’s taken us to get back to you – for some odd reason WordPress decided to flag your comment as spam!

      I hope this helps,
      AP

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