Welcome, Gamers

What is this blog?

Hi! I am Eleanor Rees. Firstly, thank you for viewing my blog. I am a 20-something year old from the UK. I am autistic and have always had special interests.

Throughout my whole life, I have been told “it’s just a book” or “it’s just a TV show” or even “it’s just a celebrity” and now, I get told “it’s just a game” a lot.

I am not a gaming journalist. I am a gamer; I love games so I write about them here. Ultimately, this blog is about my gaming experience. I am passionate about games, so I might write some guides or tips, or I might share my opinion on something going on in the gaming community or I might even write about gaming gaming news that I’m excited about. I hope that by sharing my experiences, I help other gamers feel less alone. I’m not the best at gaming, but I love it so much. I guess that by writing what I write, I hope to find other people like me who love games and overthink about them a lot.

What games are covered?

Persona 5 Royal

Any game can be covered! If you want to see me cover a game, want to know my opinion on a game or character or if you want to see someone else ramble about the same things you are- let me know! I am willing to at the very least give it a try.

For reference though, my favourite games are Pokemon, Persona 5 Royal and The Witcher 3. I’m trying to try a bit of everything, and I even play a randomly chosen game every month.

The Current Situation

Readers will be aware that I have been on hiatus since July due to poor mental health and some practical challenges life threw at me.
I am ecstatic to announce that this hiatus will be ending shortly. However, before coming back with new posts, I would like to make some ‘fixes’ to the posts currently on my blog.

This blog will be under construction for the next few weeks. I will be trying my best to keep you all posted on social media. Please do not hesitate to reach out if you have any questions!

Gaming is our cultural bogeyman – we blame it for everything from child obesity to violence to short attention spans. But any explanation that fits every situation ultimately explains nothing.

Naomi Alderman