2015 is by far the year where I listened to the most music. I started to expand my horizons a little instead of almost exclusively listening to hip hop and began to consume most music in the context of an entire album. The following list is the 10 albums that I enjoyed the most in 2015. This isn’t necessarily a list of the best releases in 2015, as I’m in no way qualified to claim that an album was the “best”, but rather a list of albums that I had the most enjoyable time listening to.
Guacamelee is a game that continually entertains.
With the conclusion of the 2015 AFL draft and the release of the 2016 home and away fixture we now have a good idea of what all 18 teams look like on paper. We’re almost a quarter of a year away from the start of a new season and anybody would be insane to try and predict what the ladder would look like at the conclusion of round 23, as injuries, poor form, poor coaching and poor meshing of players are something that are almost impossible to account for at this time of year. With that said, I’m going to ignore everything and attempt to somehow come up with a prediction of each team’s win/loss record for 2016.
Since 1986 hundreds of players around the country have waited on baited breath, hoping that just one club thinks they’re worthy enough to play in the AFL and grants them the opportunity of a lifetime.
The Unfinished Swan is a game unlike anything I’ve ever played before.
Amongst the trove of pixel-art, retro looking, nostalgia grabbing games that are seemingly released every week Super Time Force Ultra provides so much more for players.
In the wake of Hawthorn’s historic three-peat there has been an incredible outcry from Australian sporting fans.