Bioshock 2: Review & Recommend | PS4

Today I’ve picked a bit of a controversial game to review. The Bioshock franchise is generally pretty well appreciated, but the second instalment is, for many players, a low point. But I… didn’t hate it. I wouldn’t say I loved it, but it was absolutely an enjoyable experience and I would play through it again. No, I’m not biased by the fact that one of the characters shares my name (yes I absolutely am).

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The Last of Us II: Review & Recommend | PS4 GAMES

The Last of Us was the first game I played properly, and the first game I reviewed on my blog! The Last of Us II was the first game I bought right after it released (I think I held out about 3 days before deciding to cave and drop far too much money on it). I was a bit tentative going into it, because people had talked about how harrowing it is, but I don’t feel as though it entirely lived up to that (thankfully!).

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Bloodborne Review

Bloodborne: PS4 Review & Recommend

Welcome back to another Media Mondays post! Today, I’m going to be talking about my favourite game, Bloodborne. It’s been a while since I reviewed a video game, and even longer since I reviewed a more violent one! Bloodborne is rated 16 due to violence, and it’s also renowned as being a particularly tricky game. It’s made in the same vein as Dark Souls, which is a series also known for being difficult. There are no difficulty settings on Bloodborne, so if you want to play, you have to be prepared to put in the hours to practice!

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Donut County PS4

Donut County: Review & Recommend | PS4 Games

Welcome back to another PS4 review! Last time, I looked at Firewatch, a pretty small game and today’s is similar in that respect. Donut County was published by AnnaPurnia in 2018, and it’s available on PS4, Switch, Xbox One and PC, as well as Apple’s iOS and Mac OS. At it’s core, it’s a game where you play as a hole or, as I prefer to think of it, a miscreant raccoon controlling a hole.

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