It’s been a few weeks since I’ve had the time to put together my round-up posts.
I’m hoping to have a bit more time now to continue these posts – it keeps me reading and hopefully they’re getting you guys some more views (as was the purpose and motivation behind them)!
Consider this – me getting back to the routine!
I hope you enjoy reading these posts as much as I have – please ensure you click each link and give these fine writers their dues!
Kung Fury is out. It gets the Syp Seal of Sapproval – Quite possibly the greatest thing I have ever watched. That is all.
Valve get it right…for once…damn it! – Cary gives a detailed overview of the new Steam refund program and explains why its good for gamers and why it’s the best of its kind out there!
Do You Still Trust The Games Industry? – An interesting post about the use of misdirection throughout all facets of the games industry. Looking at with-held content, corrupt reviews, preorders and all other forms of lies and deception that have become common place in our beloved hobby! A Really good post that deserves a read!
My First from-Scratch PC Build – I love hardware posts, there is quite simply not enough of them. Izlain has built himself a PC and has also outlined the process. I love these things so much!
Hail to the NBI Class of 2015 – A quick roundup (with links) to those who took part in this years NBI! My update posts didn’t pan out as planned due to a huge increase in workload! Hopefully sharing this will paper those cracks 😀
Fallout 4 – I’m Afraid We’ve Seen This All Before – An interesting, alternative, thought piece on the recent Fallout 4 trailer. Nick actually brings up several good points in this post that completely passed me by, I love reading pieces that challenge my perspective – this is what he has achieved. A damn fine read!
Getting Back To It: Super Mario Galaxy – A review of sorts of Super Mario Galaxy; one of the greatest Mario Games; nay, one of the best games ever made! This was just a really good read from start to finish, Mario Galaxy is one of the most inventive games ever created and the passion Hatmonster has for the game is evident in his words!