In case you might have missed it, Bloodborne was released recently as one of this month’s free games as part of the Playstation Plus rewards. Bloodborne is an, at times, incredibly challenging game pitting your skill against often insurmountable looking odds. The gothic Victorian setting, smatterings of Lovecraft and frantic, feral combat set it apart from it’s cousins in the Souls series; but it’s undeniable that it has retained the core of difficulty despite the momentum shift. So, if you are making your first journey into the cursed streets of Yharnam, welcome and I hope that the following five beginners tips help you to “git gud” (I really hate that term). Continue reading “Let’s Talk About | Bloodborne – Five Tips For New Hunters”
So here we are at the end of 2017 and this has been undoubtedly an incredible (and occasionally dodgy) year for gaming. We have seen the indisputable return of Nintendo as a world power, the rise of the loot box with the fall of EA (again), and the spark of genius that was the first double-A game release. Needless to say, this has been a journey of a year. But, what would I consider to be my favourites out of the many releases we have seen?
A little clean up before I start this list off. Firstly, this will be a ranking of my Top Five in ascending order with the game at the bottom of the list being, essentially, my ultimate Game of 2017. Secondly, please remember that this is my personal list and therefore if you have your own thoughts please let me know in the comments or on Twitter, but as it is my list it cannot be (and is not) “wrong” by any definition of the word. Here we go … Continue reading “RTG | Games of the Year 2017”
I thought, with the various changes that I have made over the past few weeks and the changes I am intending to make, that another update on the various things I do was well overdue. It’s my aim, over the following months, to grow my community by shifting times and my content around so that I can fully cater to the audience I already have and increase the potential for others to find the stuff I do. So, what have I changed or am I changing? Continue reading “RTG | Site Update #3”
It’s really hard to believe, but the site has been here for three months now, with more than seventy posts made already. I’m absolutely loving having this place on the internet to bring all my various pursuits together on, and I hope that people are enjoying (and continue to enjoy) my reviews, streams ad other gubbins I do. But, now I’ve been around a while, it’s time for another small update on changes to the site for now and for the future. Continue reading “RTG | Site Update #2”
Now that I’ve had a solid month of this hub’s existence, I just wanted to step back and have a look at what I’m doing and what I want to do. It has been incredible having this as a place to post everything that I do and I hope that everyone is enjoying what I have to say and what I do.
Firstly, Twitch … The streams are still going ahead and are still pulling in more viewers than I could have hoped for. I’ll still be streaming on Tuesdays and Saturdays (occasionally shifting days if those days aren’t possible). I’ve decided to halt doing the Friday streams for a while; at least, I won’t be doing the Friday streams every week. The set up is still the same, with Tuesdays being devoted to indies and the Saturday session being whatever my “main” game is.
With Youtube … I’ll still be posting the highlights from each and every Twitch stream I do. There’s going to be a fun series coming to Youtube soon as I post the whole of the RTGxConro Resident Evil HD stream in roughly 15 minute episodes, followed by a couple of highlight reels of the stream.
Finally, with writing … I’ll still be writing reviews for Nintendo Scene, and reviewing every game that I finish both on the Twitch channel and outside it. So that means that two new review should be coming this week; Shantae: Risky’s Revenge and Slime-san. Also, I’m going to aim to get my reviews posted much quicker than they have been, just to keep this channel ticking over and keep all of my content out there.
I think that’s all for now. I hope you all continue to enjoy what I do.