Bloodborne Review

From a reviewers point of view Bloodborne is intimidating, in my impressions I called it “labyrinthine, difficult and very long“. Then I had played for mere hours, since then I’ve sunk days into FromSoftware’s spiritual successor to Dark Souls to reach the end; I can confirm that Bloodborne carries those traits all the way through. Bloodborne’s difficulty…

Videogame Soundtrack Spotlight – Dragon Age Inquisition Tavern Songs

I’m going to be frank with you right off the bat. I don’t care much for Dragon Age’s soundtrack, never have. But these bard songs deserve praise. The games inn is home to the a lovely bard who sings tens of songs based on the exploits of you and your followers. The songs are super…

Videogame Soundtrack Spotlight – Castlevania Symphony of The Night

Earlier this week I started playing Symphony of the Night. I didn’t love it like so many seem to, but you can read more of that here. One thing I did enjoy though was the music. I can’t believe that the soundtrack of Castlevania Symphony of the Night sounds so good. It’s soundtrack sounds way…

Weekly Round Up 22.03.2015

Feature Tales of The Borderlands Episode 2: Atlas Mugged Review   There may have been a three month gap between Episode 2: Atlas Mugged and the first episode Zer0 Sum, but if every episode retains their level quality, then I’d quite happily wait three months between them all. Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number Review Unforgiving, uncompromisingly violent and…

Videogame Soundtrack Spotlight: Hotline Miami 2

Okay so two weeks ago I gave out soundtrack spotlight to Hotline Miami in anticipation of the sequel. Well now the sequel is here, and it’s music is friggin’ awesome too! So this weeks spotlight goes to Hotline Miami 2. Retro, funky, eighteens, chip-tunes and trippy as anything honestly the soundtrack suits the game so…