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A Note On: Peter Capaldi’s Replacement

When Peter Capaldi announced at the end of January that he was leaving Doctor Who, the rumour mill started up instantly. Dozens of names have been thrown into the running, and with production set to begin on the next series in a few month’s time, it won’t be long until we find out just who exactly is taking Capaldi’s place as the nation’s favourite time traveller.

In Review: Beauty and the Beast

Twenty six after the release of the animated film, Disney have revisited ‘Beauty and the Beast’ once again to give it the ever-popular live-action makeover. Fronted by ‘Harry Potter’ star Emma Watson and ‘Downton Abbey’ heartthrob Dan Stevens, the modern remake breathes new life into the eighteenth century fairy-tale with it’s vibrant and faithful portrayal.

Tattoos: A Personal Experience

Tattoos; you either love ’em or hate ’em. Some people see them as a statement, a way for you to decorate the one thing that is entirely yours in whatever manner you desire. Others only see them as something tacky that you’ll regret at some point down the line. Where do you stand?

Pokémon Go: Bound For Glory?

Easter’s arrived just in time to Pokémon Go with the latest event having hit smartphones earlier this evening. With the promise of increased rewards over the next week, developers are hopeful that this ‘Eggstravaganza’ will prompt players to return to the game once again, but how successful will this strategy prove to be?

Weekly Pics: 3rd – 9th April

With the weather being so great recently, I couldn’t stop myself from picking up my camera and going for a walk to see what shots I could snap. Even though the flowers aren’t all in full bloom yet, there’s certainly a lot of life in the local nature.

In Review: 1-2-Switch

1-2-Switch is the successor to Nintendo’s popular multi-player games like Wii Sports and Nintendo Land that were also launch titles for their respective consoles.It features a selection of mini-games which utilise the Joy-Cons and require players to interact with one another in an innovative way – playing face to face.

The Upsides of Zelda’s Downsides

It’s been a month now since I started playing The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild on the new Nintendo Switch, and in that time I’ve managed to rack up over 100 hours of gaming. My extensive time in this digital world has brought up a fair share of criticisms, but even the negative aspects of this game can be seen in a positive light.

Monthly Book Club (March 2017)

It’s a very slim selection for March’s reading list thanks to the release of Breath of the Wild at the beginning of the month. Between playing that and maintaining this blog, there’s admittedly not been a great deal of free time for me recently, but that’s okay. Although I only made it to the end of one book, it was a good’un.

Weekly Pics: 20th-26th March

I’m back again with some more photos from my trip to the Lake District that I couldn’t fit in last week. I’ve probably said this a thousand times already but I never grow tired of this place, or any countryside in general. It’s just so beautiful!