Last year I had the pleasure of interviewing a budding video game composer named Simon David while he was promoting his debut album, ‘NotAGameCollection’. Now game soundtracks have always been a pet love of mine, let alone soundtracks inspired by actual OSTs as is the case with this particular album, but the reason why David’s work continues to stick out in my mind is the admirable level of consistency in his work.
I had some big ideas for this blog when I first set it up in 2013. At the time I was tasked with writing editorial about games by Cranberry Publishing where I was tasked with producing five 300 word-plus articles a-day for GamerZines.com and in between that time I was producing editorial and managing freelance staff for two relatively popular digital magazines PCGZine and MMOZine. Both of which had tens of thousands of regular engaged readers per month.
Andy Griffiths (GamerZines.com) and Joe Robinson (StrategyInformer.com) chat about the latest developments in the video games industry.
What a lovely day for racing at Thruxton! Today the British Touring Car Championship heads to the UK’s fastest track, and to celebrate the tin -top series arriving at Andover I thought I’d share some pictures I took during the series opener at Brands Hatch. Enjoy! Continue reading
They are usually wrong. Continue reading
It’s mere hours until the Formula One season officially kicks off in Albert Park, Melbourne, and I thought I’d write down not only my predictions but also that of my girlfriend in the run-up to this Sunday’s exciting opening round. Continue reading
Here’s a little write-up detailing my experience running the Portsmouth Coastal Half Marathon. During the run-up to the event I managed to raise over £200 (including GiftAid) for an extremely deserving charity. Read on to find out more and witness some incredibly embarrassing pics – receding hairline be damned!
There hasn’t been much of an update on this blog recently and that’s due to me putting all my efforts into the second issue of FirstLook magazine. This month’s 59-page issue took a lot of last minute retooling to pull off and that was solely down to Sony revealing the PlayStation 4 literally the last night before the issue went live.
This past week I haven’t been able to post much, and that’s due to my part in launching a new digital games magazine dubbed, ‘FirstLook’. Continue reading