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 […]Read More Moichopari (Chupi) Vincent Tuelo Clayton Segwai: 25/08/1945 – 16/06/2015
A few years ago, a few friends and I queued up for the future. We were at the EuroGamer Expo at Earl Court in London, where a now defunct company called OnLive were demonstrating a new type of streaming technology. It allowed gamers access to a range of current and popular games, running at a […]Read More The Console Is (Not Quite) Dead! The Future Of Gaming Is Now(Ish)!
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 […]Read More Virtual Reality: The Next Big Thing™ (and why it’s destined to fail)!
“By the way, If anyone here is a Superfluous, One Tap Quick Time Event, kill yourself.” – Bill Hicks. I don’t mind most Quick Time Events. I’ve even completed a God Of War game. In fact, one of my most memorable moments in gaming came towards the end of Metal Gear Solid 4: The […]Read More Superfluous One Tap Quick Time Events
This is hard! Seriously. I’m not entirely sure what I’m doing with all this web editing stuff, I’m trying to produce new content AND I’m currently unemployed. Plus more life stuff I don’t really feel needs to be shared on the internet. Where ever that is… Still; the main thing is that I’m working on […]Read More I feel like a dog with a chemistry set…
A chaos management game in the vein of Flight Control and Harbour Master HD, Men’s Room Mayhem is a tightly paced and addictive mobile game. It’s made by RipStone, an independent Liverpool based publisher and development house, who first opened their doors in 2011. Ripstone have since released a number of games on mobile platforms […]Read More Men’s Room Mayhem Review (PS Vita and iOS)