My Favourite Games From 2015

So I have to be honest with you from the outset. 2015 is a year of in which I have played the least amount of games in a long time, and it is also the year in which overall I’ve spent the least amount of time with games. I’m not sure why, a lot of the games on offer have been enticing. I think like we all do from time to time, a wee break was what I preferred.

That being said I haven’t been completely void of the interactive experiences, a few games still caught my fancy enough that I had to pick them up and sink a healthy level of hours into them.

So this list will comprise of those games that I enjoyed the most in 2015. Now I’m not saying that these are the best of the best – as you already know I didn’t come close to playing everything. So I’m just going to share with you what out of the games I played I think were the best. Who knows maybe something will appear on this list that you also liked or maybe I’ll highlight a game that you’ve heard of but not yet played – anyway on with the list of my favourite games from 2015. Read more


Review – Batgirl: A Matter of Family DLC

Batgirl A Matter of Family DLC

Checkout my full review of Batman: Arkham Knight here.

Batman: Arkham Knight’s first big DLC, Batgirl: A Matter of Family, developed by WB Montreal and not Rocksteady is a disappointingly short experience. Though the fun and engaging gameplay returns, the DLC does little to give the player reason to want to see it through to the end. Read more

Review – Batman: Arkham Knight

Batman Arkham Knight

Batman: Arkham Knight, developed by Rocksteady is without a doubt the biggest Arkham game to date, but it is also perhaps the deepest and most rewarding one the developer has created yet. However, Rocksteady didn’t listen to the old mantra of; if it ain’t broke don’t fix it, and forced in certain aspects which make the game frustrating, and at times a step in the wrong direction when traditional Arkham games are considered. Read more