Comfortable Conversations – In March

“I’ve attempted to craft content that is welcoming and easy to digest, but everything is a work in progress. A great deal of the content in March has been republished articles from my other sites but I’ve had the opportunity to write about my most recent Italy trip which was nice to reflect back on. ” Continue reading Comfortable Conversations – In March

Picard: Series 1 – Review

“Despite the same production and creative teams behind both series, Picard felt more in tune with the legacy series with a measured and respectful use of nostalgia and honestly a great deal of knowledge of the lore and history evidenced through out the first season. In being selective with its use of the original actors from The Next Generation, their appearance felt appropriate to the narrative at that point” Continue reading Picard: Series 1 – Review

Plague Inc. – iOS/Android Review

“Developed and published by UK studio, NDemic Creations in May 2012, Plague Inc. released on mobile and traditional platforms is a variation on the traditional strategy game where you are tasked as an evolving viral strain with the sole objective of the end of mankind. With the global pandemic of the Coronavirus in recent times, the developers have once more found themselves defending their artistic vision with the surge in consumer demand” Continue reading Plague Inc. – iOS/Android Review

The Outer Worlds – PS4 Review

“There is an almost instant familiarity to The Outer Worlds for any fan of these collective genres that presents themselves in this game. Obsidian Entertainment has past experience in developing games of this type, most notably with their work in the Bethesda universe with the acclaimed sequel to Fallout 3, New Vegas released on the last generation of consoles.” Continue reading The Outer Worlds – PS4 Review

Vasa Museet – Stockholm, Sweden.

“The Vasa Museet, a dedicated museum to the sunken and recovered Vasa, a 17th century warship who despite floundering on its maiden voyage today stands as a reminder of the prominence and majesty of Sweden during the time known as the ‘great power period’ in the nation’s history” Continue reading Vasa Museet – Stockholm, Sweden.

Top Of The Rock, Rockefeller Center – New York City, USA

“Quite often the duality of choice elicits a conflicting sense of euphoria and regret of a decision, best made quite often with limited information and foresight. On these occasions, intuition with a degree of foreknowledge tends to be the leading motivation in deciding one decision over another” Continue reading Top Of The Rock, Rockefeller Center – New York City, USA

Ghostbusters: The Video Game (Remastered) – PS4 Review

“Casting the player as a recruit and rookie to New York’s most famous paranormal investigators, you can finally find solace and satisfaction in walking beside your childhood heroes, witnessing the comedy and comradery as you face off against a plethora of demons and spirits including Slimer, the Stay Puft marshmallow man, the library spector and even the haunted painting of Vigo” Continue reading Ghostbusters: The Video Game (Remastered) – PS4 Review

Assassin’s Creed: Unity – PS4 Review

“Having gained favour with its fan’s on the last generation of consoles ,with a major departure from the urban exploration titles as the setting for Black Flag on the open sea’s proved popular, Unity was the first released title for the current generation of consoles, a return to more traditional territory for the series with historical Europe once more a favoured destination” Continue reading Assassin’s Creed: Unity – PS4 Review

Star Wars: Where Science Meets Imagination – Sydney, Australia 2009

“Where Science Meets Imagination was an exhibit created by the Museum of Science in Boston in collaboration with Lucas Arts with the support from the National Science Foundation, showcasing a range of props and vehicles from the franchise at that time but focusing primarily on the science and technology behind George Lucas revered science fiction series. The exhibit premiered in Boston in 2005 with an appearance from creator George Lucas and series star Anthony Daniels before commencing an international tour in both the United States and Australia, concluding with its final appearance in the spring of 2014” Continue reading Star Wars: Where Science Meets Imagination – Sydney, Australia 2009

MCM Comic Con 2019 – Excel, London

“Returning to the Nation’s Capital in London, this was an opportune event and time to be able to attend the 2019 MCM Comic Con London event hosted at the ExCel centre in the East of London, one of the few venues able to host such an occasion to the size and magnitude it required, here beyond the usual locations such as the NEC in Birmingham. ” Continue reading MCM Comic Con 2019 – Excel, London