Coming to terms with this 'new normal' has been hard for different people for different reasons. What has been absolutely marvellous, however, is having a known constant in my life. This has taken the shape of turning on my laptop, logging onto Discord and Steam and simply playing games with my friends.
I have been a fan of Animal Crossing since I first played Wild World back in the late 00s. I've experiencd so many good memories thanks to this cute, animal-filled series. Yet, despite all of this, no game since Wild World has truly hit a chord with me until now.
For the past two weeks or so, there has only been one social media site that I've been interested in. A social media site that isn't even real at that. For the past two weeks or so I've been trying my best to organise a fundraising party - again, a fictional one - at the request of six attractive, well respected - fictional - people. That's right. I've finally been sucked into the world of Mystic Messenger.
If you're a fan of visual novels and anime games, well... You might have seen the bad news recently. Certain games are being threatend of being removed from Steam, but why?
With E3 2017 having been and gone, you've probably read loads of posts already about what everyone is hyped for... But what about from the perspective of a non-gamer? I give my own opinions on this year's E3 conference.
Move out of the way, Hunger Games! A new killing-to-win series is out and it's, well, better.
I download Pokémon Go and record my experiences of being a Pokémon Trainer for a whole seven days!