Stardew Valley Will Possess Your Heart, by Private: Jason Purdy
Stardew Valley review, by Jason Purdy
Tom Clancy’s: The Division – First Thoughts From The Beta, by Private: Jason Purdy
Tom Clancy’s: The Division – First Thoughts From The Beta
My favourite Game of 2015 – Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, by Private: Jason Purdy
Jason Purdy's Favorite Game of 2015 – Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain
These Free Games Suck, by Private: Jason Purdy
Does free game always sucks?
Fallout 4, And Why It’s Okay To Want More of The Same Thing, by Private: Jason Purdy
You might not have noticed, but a little game called Fallout 4 quietly arrived on PS4, Xbox One, and PC a few weeks ago. It was a fairly low key launch and event on the gaming calendar, so I’ll forgive you if you need to go hit up Google and brush up on your knowledge […]
Halo 5 Multiplayer – Warzone Impressions, by Private: Jason Purdy
I had a weird moment today where I looked at my little pile of games that I am currently playing on my Xbox One. This doesn’t include the massive list of digital titles I’m also dabbling in on the Xbox One or on Steam, but it makes it a little easier to sleep at night […]
Play Star Wars Battlefront, You Must, by Private: Jason Purdy
Unless you’ve been living under a rock in the swamps of Endor, you’re probably aware that Star Wars Battlefront is happening, and the beta has just finished up. I got my hands on the game at EGX 2015 recently, but I also dived deep into the Beta, maxing out my rank and repeatedly getting choked […]
The Great Escape: Mental Health, Video Games and Writing, by Clare Dugmore
The Great Escape: Mental Health, Video Games and Writing by Wesley Copeland For some, mental health is a daily struggle. A struggle that many suffer in silence. Writing about mental problems comes with one glaring issue: How do you convey what it’s like having a mental illness to someone without one? I always want to […]
7 Things I Want To See From Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, by Private: Jason Purdy
The Phantom Pain is out today, and my still cellophane wrapped copy of Kojima’s latest (and possibly last) foray into the epic and convoluted timeline of one of the dumbest stories ever told stares at me. It stares, one eye and one eye patch, as I type at my terrible little laptop. What am I […]
Yu-Gi-Oh! Legacy of the Duelist Review, by Private: Jason Purdy
If you ever dabbled in the world of Yu-Gi-Oh! Then this might be a weird trip to the Shadow Realm for you. Whether you bought a couple of packs of cards after watching one episode of the fairly terrible but strangely addictive anime, or whether you were a diehard fan who followed tournaments and ban […]