Last year I posted my first #AniMay post talking about the last 11 anime I watched. Since I enjoyed a break from writing about gaming, I thought I’d revisit the topic again this year. I haven’t watched as much anime over the past 12 months as I did the year before, and I’ve actually only just seen enough to feature in this post – but unfortunately, I don’t feel like this list is as strong as last year’s. This is mainly due to the fact that me and my boyfriend have had a preference to watch films instead, therefore limiting our anime time.
September has been a mixed month overall. In some ways, I feel like this month for gaming has probably been the best so far this year, I feel like I’ve played loads! On the other hand, some awful stuff has happened in my personal life which has brought the month’s overall positivity down.
I’m not ashamed to admit that I’ve never understood all the hype for E3. This year has been no different. Since my blog is all about gaming, I do feel like I need to comment somewhat on which announcements I’m looking forward to, but this post will certainly be different to a lot of other coverage out there. Expect a few unpopular opinions in this one folks.
Welcome back to another [11:11] post! So far I’ve talked about Games I Loved But Never Finished and JRPGs I Wish I Had Time To Play, so this time I thought I’d revisit the past and choose a selection of games I used to love when I was growing up.
Welcome to the first bonus episode of [11:11] especially for #AniMay! After seeing a few posts on Twitter, I decided I really wanted to make my own anime list and thought fitting it into [11:11] would be a cool idea. However, I ideally wanted this series to revolve around gaming so I’ve decided to add in an extra post as part of a subseries (which may receive additional chapters later in the year).
Although I like to keep my blog focus specifically on gaming, I do like to talk about other interests I have such as anime and music every now and then. Since I enjoyed doing the 30 Day Anime Challenge last year, I thought this would be the perfect opportunity to revisit the topic.
Hello there! I am very pleased to announce the first Official blogging series brought to gamergal.exe, [11:11]. This series has been in the works for a few months now, and I’m really excited to be able to bring some new content to gamergal.exe on a more regular basis! Without delaying it any further, I would like to welcome everyone to the first instalment of my new blogging series, [11:11].
There are so many things I’m looking forward to this month! February was busy, but there’s so much stuff going on during March with new games coming out, launching a new blog series and things going off in my personal life too. In this post, I’d like to share with you what I’m looking forward to this month as well as introducing my new blogging series here too! So, here’s 11 things I’m excited for this month!
Here’s one last post before I put 2018 behind me… it’s my completions list! Back in March, I started my Monthly Summary posts with a view to casually keep track of my gaming progress as well as trying to encourage myself to play different games. I’m now taking my gaming progress a little more seriously and I really want to get into playing games that I’ve had sat in my Steam Library for years.
If you’re looking for a game to play this Hallowe’en, myself and WesleyWhale have got you covered! Throughout October, we’ve both taken the time to investigate some horror games on Steam. We decided to pick a handful of small games so we could get them finished in order to give a decent review for each of them.
This list also features a few free games, so if you’re looking for something very last minute then there are options! Steam also has a Hallowe’en sale on right now so I’ll leave the current price list with each game too!
Developed by Nippon Ichi Software Inc, Yomawari: Night Alone is a horror adventure game originally released in Japan on Playstation Vita in October 2015. The game was later released in English for Vita and Steam in October 2016 and has also been released this month for the Nintendo Switch along with its sequel, Midnight Shadows. I decided now would be the perfect time to finally get into my Steam version with Hallowe’en just around the corner.