We are back…well when I say ‘We’, It’s just me (Ben). Now don’t go crying, I can in fact report that all my fellow WH9M people are alive and well. They are all very busy though with other projects, work and education but I missed this site and I missed you lovely people so I think I’m going to try to carry on where I left off.
Now this is not a promise that content will be frequent. I still have my full-time job and it does eat away at my energy but as the dawn of 2014 goes so does my passion for gaming (having recently purchased a shiny PS4). So I will hopefully be writing small editorials, brief reviews and general ramblings from my head-space. All I ask is that if you really love our stuff, just be patient. It’s a one man army at the moment, which means I have to edit my own articles…yeah it could take a while
As an extra bonus to all the lovely words I hope to create I will be uploading PS4 captured footage on to our WH9M Youtube Page. You can find it here. Although the first few won’t have my beautiful voice screeching over them I plan to do that in the future. They will not be the longest videos as I don’t have the time or resources to capture large chunks of gameplay. I will try my hardest to make it entertaining. A personal mission statement for 2014. (Don’t hold it to me though)
Anyway hope you had a great holiday season and I welcome you to the majestic year of 2014!
See you soon!
So the fifth season of Star Wars The Clone Wars comes to a close so now is a good time to go back and look at three of my favourite moments from the Clone Wars. Note that I was going to do a review of each arc as they came out, but because of a lack of time I wasn’t able to cover all the arcs as fully as I would want to. I only choose three moments because I had to narrow it down a bit otherwise this article would be huge. If you want to look at some of the other Clone Wars material I covered the links are here…and here. Oh and here. ENJOY
Right, before we continue on, let’s get one thing straight: I absolutely adore X-COM. I love the every cliché 50’s sci-fi alien invasion, I enjoy the meticulous planning and preparation. The tension the game builds and builds, compounding success and failure, balancing risk and reward, it’s so utterly engrossing and addictive. X-COM is hands down one of the best strategy games I’ve played (A genre which I have to admit I want to dive into more now), but it’s single-handedly one of my most traumatic gaming experiences as well.
X-COM is a brilliant game, but I think it’s the first one to psychologically damage me. Yes, I believe X-COM gave me Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.
Hey everybody, this is the third part of Andy and Luna playing Civilization V! Please excuse the lack of proper introduction and the abrupt cut-off. Future parts will be better cut.
Look! It’s the third part of Luna’s WoW Adventure. Also, Lava Hounds. I want one.
Finally, the long awaited next part of Luna and Andy’s Civilization V game. Follow their empire Denden’s rise to power! Please excuse the lack of proper introduction and the abrupt cut-off. The second part will be up soon and future parts will be better cut.