Sorry, but I haven't yet shared the information about myself that would typically display here. Check back later to see if that changes, or if I instead choose to remain an enigma.
More than Belief and Betrayal, anyway.
I chose... Rapture!
Oh shut up, it's only ten months late. Leave me be.
I was thinking, whilst on the toilet earlier, about the bizarre trend of percentage scores in games journalism. It seems to have died down a bit now, thankfully, particularly with the new load of mags and websites, but it's still something that grates. How on earth is it possible to objectively distinguish between consecutive marks out of a hundred? What is it that makes us games writers feel it necessary to evaluate the medium in such a way?
First review for this lovely website.
Played through this one in a day, scribbling the above as I went along. It's not a terrible game by any means (though you'd be forgiven for thinking it was from the first hour of play), but it's distinctly average even at its peak. Dull, predictable, and very pointy and clicky. Those all go hand in hand these days, alas.
Just a bit of a hello post, really. I'm the new freelance face around Honest Gamers, and I wouldn't want anyone clicking on my name to see any empty blog. So then. Hi there. Where's the bathroom?