Welcome to The Official Blog of ‘Fatelighter’ for all the latest Biased and Independent views about Gaming.
A rant about the perils of DLC
Downloadable content is everywhere, patches are no longer something you use to fix your clothes and your friend that talks about bugs is more likely to be talking tech than entomology. But is it hurting gaming? Fate does his best to be objective… and fails.
2018’s hit JRPG?
Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom
Evil rats, overthrown cats and a Welsh dragon all star in Ni No Kuni II, 2018’s first big JRPG. Designed by the team behind one of my all time favourite Playstation 2 games, I’ve got high hopes for this and all that will come from it.
2018 opens with a bang
Monster Hunter: World
The massive Monster Hunting franchise makes it’s PS4 and Xbox One debut, and is set to pull in brand new fans in what is a slow start to 2018 on the gaming front. It’s the one thing that got Fate to turn his PS4 back on. That boy needed something to stop him playing Persona 5. Trust me, if they didn’t block screenshots this blog would just be… let’s not even. Here’s some monsters:
A Classic Remastered
Ratchet & Clank
The world is full of double acts, Bonnie and Clyde, Ben and Jerry, Kermitt and Miss Piggy. But none of these are as iconic as Insomniac games’ adventure-seeking Lombax, Ratchet, and his warbot pal, Clank. They’re here, and they’re remastered in HD for the Ps4. Trust me when I tell you it’s worth getting.