Dual blogged on Irish News Review
James Blunt. Two words that can cause so much division, usually followed by vitriol, and few can justifiably explain why. Nobody was more sick of hearing the constant refrain of “… you’re beautiful…” across airwaves in the last ten years than the man himself and sadly most people missed the fact that he is an exceptional talent in the meantime. On Thursday night he reminded a near full 3Arena just how good he is.
Continue reading James Blunt Beams Into Dublin
Day 3/4 and I have the campaign all but completed. As I keep forgetting to do every year, this time I remembered to play on Veteran. COD is not a difficult game by any means, Veteran can at least extend the length of the story. So after a lackluster Ghosts campaign how are we looking this time around?
Continue reading Advanced Warfare – Campaign Tropes & High Hopes
Slightly more progress made with Advanced Warfare this evening, and with progress comes problems. It’s still good, don’t worry ’cause this ain’t Ghosts, but a few cracks are starting to appear. I still have hope that they’re my fault being rusty to the series and that some level progression and reimmersion can make it all better, but the caution levels have been raised.
Continue reading Advanced Warfare – That Damn Second Day
As seems to be in vogue these days, I have decided to split my opinion on Call Of Duty – Advanced Warfare over a few days, hopefully with a finished piece good to go by Friday when I have finally got a good spin at the online aspects of this latest entry in the billion dollar franchise. Unfortunately, launching the game yesterday took a little more out of my day than expected so I got to play a grand total of…one match. I’ll work with what I can I guess! Continue reading Advanced Warfare – First Impressions