True Colours: Good Vibes

Never has a game felt more like a warm hug than Life is Strange: True Colours. The third in the Life is Strange series, it follows the story of Alex, a girl who has been in and out of the foster care system, and who has now travelled to the town of Haven Springs toContinue reading “True Colours: Good Vibes”

The Odyssey of Woman: Representation

I have always been a gamer who enjoys the role play aspect of gaming. Whether I’m playing an RPG or not, as much as possible I will step into the head of whichever character I’m playing as. In those big story games, I need to care about the things my character cares about and toContinue reading “The Odyssey of Woman: Representation”

Overcooked 2: Working Together

In a year that has felt like everyone is doggedly just trying to make it through whilst waiting for the next blow to fall, Overcooked 2 (created by Ghost Town Games) has been such a good way to let off steam and forget the woes of 2020. Once you’re in it, it’s impossible to thinkContinue reading “Overcooked 2: Working Together”

Control: The Challenge

Contains story spoilers. Control is a game that holds a lot of promise. It’s intriguing, exciting, at times rage inducing and fronted by a strong female lead who is unflinching in her quest for the truth. I loved it. But not in the way I was expecting… Taking place solely within the grey civic wallsContinue reading “Control: The Challenge”

The Last of Us Part Two: The Story

Warning – There will be spoilers. The Last of Us Part Two is the most emotionally distressing game I’ve ever played. It’s also hands down the best game I’ve ever played. Those two facts don’t necessarily go hand in hand and that’s where the genius of what Naughty Dog have accomplished lies. The narrative sweetContinue reading “The Last of Us Part Two: The Story”