Welcome to Eleanor Rees Gaming

This is a gaming blog by Eleanor Rees. This blog contains Top 10 lists, topical blogs, and many other types of posts.

About me

Persona 5 Royal

Hi! I am Eleanor Rees. Firstly, thank you for viewing my blog. I am a 20 year old University student (studying History) from the UK. I got into gaming recently (around 2017), and writing has been a passion of mine since I was 12. I am very passionate about the things I write. This is the blog to send people to when they tell you “it’s just a game,” because I know better than anyone that it is never just a game. I hope that you enjoy my blog posts, and remember to share your love of gaming in the comments.

What games are covered?

Persona 5 Royal

Hypothetically, any games could be covered. I like to write about different aspect of games, and sometimes there are games that I come across that I just can’t get along with. For these games, I watch videos of walkthroughs and other videos to get my head wrapped around the game before writing about it. I will never write a game review about a game I have not played, as this would not be a fair judgement on my behalf.

To answer this question directly, I do play a variety of games, my current favourite one being Persona 5.

Posting Days

Persona 5 Royal

Please bear with me as I begin my blog; writing so much is difficult (yet enjoyable) alongside University. If a post is not uploaded on a posting day, please check my social media as there is likely an explanation there.

Keeping that in mind, the following days are when there should be a new post.

Sunday- 7pm
Wednesday- 7pm

An additional post will be up every Tuesday until I finish playing Persona 5 Royal. This post will include my thoughts and feelings on a new take of my favourite game.

I plan to post one 3000+ word post per week, and one 500-2500 word post per week.

There may be weeks where there are more than two uploads, likely because a new game has come out. Again, please check social media if you wish to know more about this.

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

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