My enthusiastic interest in reviewing video games stems from my excitement and enjoyment in not just playing them but discussing and writing about them, sharing my thoughts on the enjoyability, presentation, quality and technical aspects of a title. I want to share my view that video games should not just be played, they should be “experienced”. Solid execution of a strong story with fun, accessible and engaging controls are what I look for most in titles that take my enjoyment to another level in terms of the overall experience.

Perfection is Personal

While it’s difficult to identify perfection in anything that is so open to interpretation, I have been so lucky as to experience a handful of titles that exceeded my every expectation and achieved my personal definition of perfection:

  • Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End
  • A Way Out 
  • Ancestors: The Humankind Odyssey
  • New Super Lucky’s Tale
  • The Last of Us: Part II
  • Little Nightmares II
  • Kaze and the Wild Masks
  • It Takes Two

To me, they were flawless experiences in terms of storytelling, presentation and gameplay. I understand not every player feels the same way about video games but if you want to know what I’m about, these games are a great start.


Feel free to check out my reviews below. I do not discriminate against any genre, developer or gameplay mechanic for example and I will call things out that I don’t believe are at the level that they should be. If an honest and individual opinion is something you want to compare notes against or refer to in order to help decide whether this game is for you, check them out and let me know how this helped or even if it didn’t. Help me help you.


REVIEW – Goat Simulator 3

Reviewed on Xbox Series X Wreaking havoc in an open world is always an enjoyable yet simple premise and an easy sell for a lot of players. Throw in an extremely customisable goat as the playable hero and it’s a no brainer. Goat Simulator 3 is…


REVIEW – Scorn

Reviewed on Xbox Series X Initially announced back in 2014 it’s safe to say that the first person horror has had a hellish development. Two Kickstarter campaigns, a change from its intended two-part release into a singular whole experience and the abandonment of then-current gen release…


REVIEW – The Chant

Reviewed on Xbox Series X DISCLAIMER: This review was originally written for The Xbox Gamers at as a member of their review team, and the digital code was provided by them for the purpose of this review. The review as originally published can be found…