Video games

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29 entries about video games, across 7 years. All topics

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  • Maddening March, Issue 03/16

    15:00 · 10th Apr 2016

    In this month’s issue of Keeping Up With the Erikssons: I get sick, more tattoos, another job, we celebrate Easter and I move on from this month’s challenge to the next.


  • Games I’m Eagerly Awaiting III

    22:30 · 17th Jun 2015

    In which I write about some more games I’m excited about. And Fallout 4 is finally fucking one of them.

  • Joyous January, Issue 01/15

    22:00 · 31st Jan 2015

    In this month’s issue of Keeping Up With the Erikssons: We play games, get blown away by Microsoft, I continue my sleeve tattoo and we begin transforming our home in preparation for the war.


  • The Cold, Deadly Grip of Death

    17:55 · 4th Nov 2014

    In which I give a spoiler-free anecdotal review of Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor. Spoiler: I really enjoyed it.

  • The Baticipation

    22:00 · 30th Apr 2014

    Time to complete the trilogy that Rocksteady Studios started with Batman: Arkham Asylum back in 2009. So here we are, five years later and the final game is imminent.

  • Three Joys and a Disappointment

    19:00 · 26th Apr 2014

    As a part of my extended Easter holiday, I spent a significant portion of the time playing an assortment of games. Steam sales will do that to you.

  • A Trip Back to the Year 1992

    07:00 · 22nd Mar 2014

    In this week’s episode of “Shit we did this week”, my son and I go back to the year of 1992 to experience some good old fashion gaming.

  • Games I’m Eagerly Awaiting II

    07:00 · 17th Mar 2014

    You want to know the best part about actually having played all those games I had on my to-do list? As new games are announced I can start getting excited about those games, as opposed to the ones that came out circa 2011.

  • Arrrgh You Rrready to Shiver Me Timbers

    11:00 · 4th Mar 2014

    In which I play and review (Spoiler-free) the latest offering from Ubisoft in the Assassin’s Creed -series, Black Flag. Where being a dirty pirate is the greatest fun you can have this month.


  • Like a Batpunch™ to the Dick

    11:06 · 10th Nov 2013

    In which, instead of reviewing Batman: Arkham Origins, I tell the story of Steven, henchman #537.

  • Ye Merry Medieval Update

    23:30 · 7th Sep 2013

    In which the Erikssons visit Rochester Castle and its medieval re-enactment.

  • Corvo’s Journal of Awesomeness

    01:30 · 5th Jun 2013

    Follow the self-proclaimed awesome adventures of Corvo as he stabs his way through Dunwall, seeking revenge for those who dissed his honour in Dishonored, a stealth action adventure game originally released in 2012, that I just got to on my to-play list.

  • The Worst Assassin in the World

    23:44 · 6th Apr 2013

    Hitman: Absolution was on sale—on Steam—for £4.99 so I couldn’t resist getting the latest instalment in the long running franchise that is the Hitman series. What follows is the recollection of a tale of failure and ineptitude because as it turned out, I am a pretty terrible assassin.

  • The Abominable Weekly Update!

    21:41 · 29th Mar 2013

    In which I talk about the things that have happened in the past week in the aptly named Abominable Weekly Update.

  • A Revisit to Nostalgia Avenue

    18:04 · 6th Jan 2013

    In which Beije’s never-ending gaming session gets me thinking about how gaming has shaped me.



  • Fable III [A Kind of Review]

    22:28 · 16th Nov 2010

    In which I review Fable III, the latest instalment in the Fable series from Lionhead Studios.

  • Furious Avians

    21:43 · 6th Nov 2010

    In which I review the video game Angry Birds.

  • A Trip Down Nostalgia Avenue

    08:36 · 27th Mar 2010

    In which I play Command & Conquer: Tiberian Sun Firestorm and get my ass handed to me by the enemy on Easy difficulty.


  • Post #1

    08:35 · 18th May 2008

    In which I write the first ever post. Despite written in Swedish I decided to transfer it and its pictures across to the new Github+Jekyll combo for archival purposes.