Project Scorpio: Xbox’s Great Green Hype

It's a madness to me how much the Xbox One both did and also did not flop during its first three years on the market. It was MicroSoft's race to lose for sure, and with their confusing messaging that paired a clunky voice focused interface with a transparent attempt to replace your cable box ahead of … Continue reading Project Scorpio: Xbox’s Great Green Hype

Early-Onset Genre Fatigue

I kept my word everyone! I didn't spend over three hundred pounds just to play one game. Yay! I'm not saying I didn't think about it: a quick glance at Zelda: Breath Of The Wild's Metacritic page reveals a current cumulative score of 97%! Plus the Nintendo Switch itself is brand spanking new, both in … Continue reading Early-Onset Genre Fatigue

Please, please, please! NintenDon’t F**k This up!

Boris & Nigel have a lot to answer for. I didn't get too upset about the £300 million that didn't go to the NHS every week because there was no point at which I ever believed that was actually going to happen. I am on an almost daily basis both vexxed and dismayed by the scandalous affront … Continue reading Please, please, please! NintenDon’t F**k This up!

Moichopari (Chupi) Vincent Tuelo Clayton Segwai: 25/08/1945 – 16/06/2015

  Obituary Moichopari was born on 25th August 1945 in Sophiatown, Johannesburg, and was the eldest of 15 children. His parents were the late Presiding Elder, Reverend Albert Nimrod Tsieco Segwai, and Mrs Tsetsana Mabel Segwai. In 1972 he married Maria Galetshwane Maaroganye, who he had met at school as a teenager in Botswana. He … Continue reading Moichopari (Chupi) Vincent Tuelo Clayton Segwai: 25/08/1945 – 16/06/2015

Virtual Reality: The Next Big Thing™ (and why it’s destined to fail)!

I'm one of those weird people who actually like watching things in 3D. I have a 3DTV, and I’ll always happily put down the extra couple of quid at the cinema, to have things fly out of the screen and slap me on the face. I’ve never tried watching a film with dBox - where … Continue reading Virtual Reality: The Next Big Thing™ (and why it’s destined to fail)!