Posted on 05, September 2014 September 05 2014 2014年9月5日 by tempestgaming

Thanks for all the recent re-blogs and follows!

  • Wedding planning has taken me away from most of my gaming activities and it's been a while since I've been on here, let alone consistently posted anything.
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  • The past couple of days has seen a large spike in reblogs and follows because of a couple of gaming art pieces I posted a while back. I definitely plan on doing more of these kind of posts in the future, so long as I can credit the original artist as I haven't done this previously and felt quite bad about it.
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  • There is so much great art out there in the gaming world both from well known artists and fans alike and I hope to share some of that with you very soon. Equally feel free to message me if you want to show me some of your own art. If I like it enough I might just post it up here.
Posted on 23, July 2014 July 23 2014 2014年7月23日 by tempestgaming

Magic 2015: Duels of the Planeswalkers – The Verdict


Magic 2015 has kept me entertained for a good ten plus hours now and the initial £7 game price has probably earned its weight, at least in my eyes. I’ve thoroughly enjoyed learning about the mechanics and tactics of the game and enjoyed trying out the multiplyer modes. However I doubt veterans of the series will consider this price tag quite the same value. Click the link below to view the rest of the review.



Posted on 23, May 2014 May 23 2014 2014年5月23日 by tempestgaming

Our Week in Games ~ Week 82

The Division, now releasing in 2015, was one of the crowd pleasers of E3 2013 and one of the main reasons people were looking for in the push to upgrade to the new generation of consoles. Alas, I’m sure they have good reason to delay yet another flagship game.

Posted on 12, May 2014 May 12 2014 2014年5月12日 by tempestgaming

Brothers In Arms ~ An Interview With Fictiorama Studios


If you haven’t heard of Fictiorama Studios yet then I don’t blame you. They are a very discreet and hard working literal band of brothers based in Madrid, who’s debut adventure game Dead Synchronicity has just been successfully funded via Kickstarter. The full interview can be found at the link below.