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n0signal's "Best of 2016" and GOTY Award!!

It's that time of year again. Time to reflect back on the year, not in terms of 'IRL' because frankly it's been a pretty awful year all told (F**K YOU 2016), but instead let us consider all the awesome and amazing videogames that have...

 
 
 
 

QUICK REVIEW: Persona 5 The Animation - Episode 0. A great introduction to the themes and cast of Persona 5, as well as giving us a quick snippet of how the thieving of hearts actually works. Great animation and jazzy soundtrack!! Hype intensifies. ^_^

 
 
 

NEWS: 'Persona 5 The Animation - Episode 0' up now on Crunchyroll simulcast. Whoooo!

 
 
 

SPECIAL: Indie Games of Summer 2016 (PS4)

Ah August, usually the time of year where the videogame release schedule dries up more than a nun's... sense of humor? As a school teacher, it's ironically the time of year when I have the most free time to play videogames, and it's co...

 
 
 
 

REVIEW: No Man's Sky (PS4)

No Man's Sky was on my "most anticipated" list for 2016, as I'm sure it was for a lot of people judging not only by the colossal sales (here in the UK anyway it's done exceptionally well for a nerdy space game) but also by the wave of...

 
 
 
 

SPECIAL: The best games of 2016 (so far)!

I've seen a few of these articles knocking around on the internet and thought I would use the format to catch-up on some of the videogames that I've played this year, but have failed to blog about either due to time constraints or ofte...

 
 
 
 

REVIEW: Uncharted 4 - A Thief’s End (PS4)

The Uncharted games have been a long-running series from Sony throughout the last hardware generation, with one smaller game also released on the Vita, and now it’s making the leap to the PS4. I started with a back-to-back ...

 
 
 
 
 
 

REVIEW: Dark Souls III (PS4)

Supposedly it’s all over… I’ve just finished my first playthrough of Dark Souls III, and if I take From Software’s word as gospel then this is the finale to a fine trilogy of games. To say that I’ve had ...

 
 
 
 

I'm *finally* excited for Final Fantasy XV!!

I have to be honest here and confess that Final Fantasy XV was pretty low down in my expectations, in terms of videogames to be released this year, and has largely been overshadowed by hype for other massive releases like Persona 5 an...

 
 
 
 

Bandai Namco doesn’t understand Dark Souls!!

So, this week ‘Bamco’ tweeted that there would be exciting Dark Souls related news  going live… then quickly backtracked to quell the tide of excitement over something like a current gen remaster of the origina...

 
 
 
 

Just heard a leak that apparently Demon's Souls Remastered will be announced at E3 for PS4! GET HYPE!!

 
 
 

I watched this the other night and was blown away! Demon's Souls edited into a film - highly recommend you check it out if you love 'Souls.

 
 
 
 
 

REVIEW: Bloodborne 'The Old Hunters' (PS4)

I first played Bloodborne back during its original release last year, when I reviewed it as part of my 2015 “Month of Souls” along with Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin. I absolutely *loved* Bloodborne, awarded it a perfect...

 
 
 
 

Playing through 'Hyrule Warriors Legends' has got me thinking; with Nintendo willing to cross-over the Zelda franchise, and From Software happy to work with platform holders (like Sony)... imagine how *awesome* a From produced Zelda title would be! Agree?

 
 
 

REVIEW: Salt and Sanctuary (PS4)

Salt and Sanctuary is a game that kinda drifted on and off of my radar, and to be honest I'd almost completely forgotten about it before it popped up for pre-order on the PlayStation store. Essentially, it's a 2D 'Souls-like made...

 
 
 
 

Tonight I decided to try blogging for the first time in months, and have a fully written review of Salt and Sanctuary - currently stuck in limbo!!I get a 404 error after Capcha and so can't post it!! Suggestions anyone?

 
 
 

n0signal's Most Anticipated for 2016

Last year was, in my humble opinion, a great year for videogames. Over the year, and in many themed gaming months, I played through some of what I now consider to be the finest videogames ever made (such as Bloodborne, The Witcher III:...

 
 
 
 

REVIEW: Fallout 4 (PS4)

This is going to be quite a short review for a couple of reasons. Firstly, I've already written a blog post about why I've been enjoying Fallout 4, so it should come as no surprise that this is a positive review, even before you reach ...

 
 
 
 

n0signal's GOTY 2015 Awards

Holy s**t! 2015 has been one helluva year for videogames!! Not only were a bunch of amazing games pushed back from 2014 only to be released amidst an already crowded schedule, but this year already had some standout titles lined...

 
 
 
 

REVIEW: Persona 4 Dancing All Night (PSVita/PSTV)

2015 has been an absolutely cracking year for videogames, with some big name releases in long-running established series, and some truly outstanding ‘AAA’ and ‘indie’ videogames; yet one of my *most * anticipated games was a rhyth...

 
 
 
 

Surprisingly... I'm *really* enjoying Fallout 4!!

My name is n0signal, and I didn't like Fallout 3. I remember when it was released and my friend was all over it like a rash, and repeatedly tried to get me to play it, but to me it just looked like "Oblivion with guns" (which is precisely w...

 
 
 
 
 
 
 


About n0signalone of us since 2:01 AM on 10.06.2014

Videogames have come a long way since the 8-bit and 16-bit days of old, and it is now one of the most interesting and constantly-evolving storytelling mediums. I started blogging about videogames a few years ago because I am very passionate about certain experiences I've had, which I don't think could have existed outside of our unique hobby, and I wanted to share this with other like-minded people on the internet.

I'm based in the UK and my favourite videogame of all time is probably still Shadow of the Colossus, but other more recent games such as the impeccable Dark Souls and Journey have given it a run for its money. My other interests, and things I have blogged extensively about, are board games and Japanese anime. I've got a degree in Media Communications and Film, and I'm currently a Teacher of ICT.

I post fairly regularly on my personal blog at https://n0timportant.blogspot.co.uk/, so please visit there for legacy videogame reviews and articles on anime, boardgames, etc.
 
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