Monthly Archives: February 2014

Halo 4, Level-by-Level Analysis – Requiem

Roll on, Requiem! One of my favourite missions in the entire series, it has to be said, which further means that I have a lot to say about it. Requiem opens with a bang – literally. Following directly on from the … Continue reading

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Halo 4, Level-by-Level Analysis – Dawn

So it’s at this point that I’ve only really begun to comprehend the scale of the task I’ve set myself. My analysis of the Prologue, a three minute scene out of a six-to-eight hour game, was 2500 words and I … Continue reading

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Halo 4, Level-by-Level Analysis – Prologue

In case you hadn’t noticed, observed, or even guessed, I kind of like talking about Halo. Especially Halo 4. Halo 4 left me with a lot to talk about, more so than any of the previous instalments, with regards to … Continue reading

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I, Gamer.

It’s common these days to see video games and gamers in general get cast in a rather harsh, negative light by the media. Granted, this is generally from the likes of hideously misinformed, Republican morons who are represented by people … Continue reading

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Harry Potter and the Adult Reader

I don’t often make blog posts as a result of getting peeved off, in fact I actively try to avoid doing so because while I do like to provide an emotive and personally-ingrained response to things I talk about (such … Continue reading

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