Adam is a UK-based web content editor and publishing co-ordinator for 3dtotal Publishing. He enjoys procrastinating, reading, procrastinating, videogames, procrastinating, and swimming, while thinking of things to write. His blog can be found here: www.just-an0ther.blogspot.co.uk.
In the months following an apocalyptic event, we find Nate, struggling to survive in the new landscape, trying to provide for his mother and brother while avoiding the infected and lethal non-infected. In middle-England, they feel cut-off from the rest of the country; London in particular, and have been forced to ‘sit and wait’ for […]
Tom Clancy’s The Division has been out for a little over a week, and even though I was lucky enough to start playing a day early, I’m far from the max level of 30. This is fine. I’m okay with that – I’m in no rush. Whenever I’m able to grab half an hour here, […]
You’ve not heard of The Leftovers? Sacrilege. Oh you have? You just haven’t given it a go yet… okay, you’re forgiven, all is forgiven, all is okay, there is still time… HBO’s The Leftovers stars Justin Theroux, Liv Tyler, Amy Brenneman, Christopher Eccleston, Carrie Coon, and a host of other stars. These are the remnants […]
The first thing I do when I pick up a book like this is give it a good sniff. If it’s from the 60s or 70s you can guarantee that those yellowed pages of sepia-tone nostalgia will greet you with a warm, musty scent, reserved for tightly-packed second-hand bookstores and the forgotten back-rooms of thrift […]
William Peter Blatty’s The Redemption (2010), also known as Dimitar, is essentially an exploration of faith wrapped up in a mystery story. It begins in Albania in the 1970s with the story of a mysterious stranger being held by state security. This stranger, The Prisoner, is questioned under various forms of torture while his story, unveiled by […]
Part of the charm of The Man Who Fell to Earth, written by Walter Tevis, is the time in which it was written. Like many genre novels, and sci-fi in particular, during the 50s, 60s, 70s and 80s; it was written during a period of scientific revelation and excitement. Hints existed of potential future technologies, […]
Okay, so if you’re reading this, please beware that there will be spoilers ahead. I won’t intentionally try to spoil anything, but I do want to try to get into the nitty-gritty of what makes Naughty Dog’s The Last of Us so good. I’ve completed it four times (only four? you may say) well, I’m […]