Me & My Anxiety Imp

Me & My Anxiety Imp

Before we get going, let me take a moment to blow the cobwebs off this blog. *blows* *whafts of dust clouds fill the room* There we go, that’s better. It occurred to me recently that for a professional writer person, I don’t actually do that much writing...
Five Ways To Manage Your Mental Health On Twitter

Five Ways To Manage Your Mental Health On Twitter

Been a while, hasn’t it? Terribly sorry for going so quiet for so long! There have been some good reasons for my blogging absence, which I’ll address in a future post. I promise it won’t take me another seven months to drop that one! But for now,...
How WCPW Should Book: The Relaunch of Loaded

How WCPW Should Book: The Relaunch of Loaded

It’s been an adventurous first thirteen months for one of BritWres’ youngest and most ambitious promotions. For a show launched by a crew of Youtube personalities, WCPW has arguably done far better than it had any right to. And whilst many have legitimate...
On Cautious Optimism & The Mae Young Classic

On Cautious Optimism & The Mae Young Classic

Having moved in videogames culture for many years, I’m no stranger to the idea of cautious optimism. In an industry where a return on investment is sought before a game is even released, it’s sensible to be sceptical no matter how spectacular the trailers...
Review: DiRT 4 [2017, Xbox One/PS4/PC]

Review: DiRT 4 [2017, Xbox One/PS4/PC]

You know when a band goes off and does a side-project, then comes back for the next album as themselves again, and you can hear influences and aspects of said side-project in those new songs? This is exactly what playing DiRT 4 felt like for me. If DiRT Rally was...