Aaron Morrsi

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Borderlands 2 (PC) Review

Just like Borderlands 1 this is a game I have been trying to finish for a long time, however until today I have never finished the whole game. When I beat the final boss I couldn’t describe how good it felt to be able to beat a game I have spent 5 years on and off trying to finish.

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Weird Apps You’ve Never Heard Of

So recently I got an email from one of the writers over at Culture Coverage and they asked if I wanted them to write a post from my blog. This is not the first time this has happened but I always make sure that I like the work they produce and in a lot of cases I don’t. So I bet you can tell that I really like the type of content that is produced over on Culture Coverage and have actually been a recent returner to their website for a while now. So it was quite a surprise for them to contact me. Anyway this post comes from Cassie and I link their website now so you can head over there and check out what they produce.

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Skulduggery Pleasant by Derek Landy Review

So again I am starting a new series, I have read this series before in my own time. In fact I have read it quite a few times as I know it is a series I enjoy, so after re reading the first book it is time for a review.


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Planet of the Eyes (PC) Review

This is another game that I have got no idea how it ended up in my Steam library and if it wasn’t because I had just finished Seum I don’t think I would of noticed it for a long time. I have downloaded and completed the game now it is time for a review.


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SEUM Speedrunners from Hell (PC) Review

This is a game I found from watching one of jacksepticeyes videos and after falling in love with the concept I went and bought it straight away and have only just finished it. So its time for the review.


The story is pretty simple, weird and funny as we have the main character who is a redneck metal head who is listening to music but the devil takes all his beer but after cutting the devils arm off takes his arm and attaches it to himself where he can use the devils powers. He then goes through numerous levels finding a can of beer in each one and trying to beat the level in a certain amount of time before the portal closes.

As you can probably tell from the title this game involves platforming through hell but doing it as fast as possible so you are able to catch up with the devil and get your important beer back from him. So it is going to be pretty important for the gameplay to be up to scratch otherwise this could be a very long and hard game. I would say that the way this game controls is about an 8 out of 10 as its not perfect but its not horrible as I can still control the character pretty well just every now and then it seems like the character cant jump as high or run as fast which means you have to get used to the character again in order to be able to complete the levels. I didn’t notice quiet a few times then when I pressed a button it wouldn’t register, this could be when I turn left or try and jump multiple times in a row half the time it didn’t seem to work. For me this is a big issue in a platforming game especially when it’s basically a big time trial.

The levels in this game where all different and required a different way of solving the route to get the best possible time, and they did it perfectly. Normally while playing platformers I find myself getting bored quickly as it seems like they copy and paste a few levels with minor differences but they don’t do that in this game each level felt so different from the last it actually made me look forward to playing the game. Most days it would be the only game I would play as I wanted to complete each level to find out what the next level would be. Some levels you can do in 1-3 tries but others are most likely going to take you 100+ tries to make sure you get the perfect run and get to the portal just in time.

Now the music in this game is perfect for me as its full of rock, I loved listening to the soundtrack that much that I got annoyed what the narrator spoke as the music wasn’t as loud at that point. If you aren’t into rock then this is going to be a fun game for you as that is the only genre of music that gets played.

For me this game was really fun with a big challenge in trying to beat each of the levels and find the beer in each level as well just made for a great experience. Obviously the controls not working 100% of the time do get annoying and put the game rating down a little bit but the soundtrack really helps add up that score. I recommend this game to anyone especially as it has a low price of below £10.


Divergent by Veronica Roth Review

So I have got lots of different series I could be finishing instead of starting a new one but I didn’t feel like reading any of the books I owned expect for this one at the time. So I have started a new series and finished the first book as well so it is time for a review.


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Dirt Showdown (PC) Review

I don’t even remember why I own this game on steam as I have never been a fan of racing games, but I got bored one afternoon and decided to give it a go. Well 10 hours later and I have finished the game and it is time for a review.


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Applock (Mobile App) Review

I was reached out by the people who own the App Applock for an honest review of the app, I didn’t get paid so everything I say in this review is 100% my own opinion.


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Re-Made by Alex Scarrow Review

This is a book I only got because it was part of the Waterstones buy one and get one half price sale and I didn’t like the look of any of the other books that were part of the deal other than this and The Prey. So with the book being finished it is time for a review.


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