Guerrilla featured my Horizon Zero Dawn virtual photography shot

It’s been a couple of weeks, but I wanted to write up a quick post documenting Guerrilla featuring my virtual photography shot on the 3rd July 2021. To see all the messages coming in from people who like the picture was amazing — thank you to all of you. Link to Guerrilla’s tweet on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Guerrilla/status/1411366562452234243 My original tweet: https://twitter.com/chegalabonga/status/1401208763558895624 The original post on my website: https://davidpeach.co.uk/2021/06/05/heres-looking-at-you/

Dead by Daylight — Resident Evil chapter

Seriously can not wait for this chapter of DBD on the 15th June.

Resident Evil 2 Remake and Resident Evil 3 remake have been two of my favourite games of the past few years — especially when re-playing.

So to get this in my go-to multiplayer game, Dead By Daylight, is like birthday and Christmas at once.

Thoughts on the Final Fantasy 7 Remake

Y’all have to look at the big picture here. Nothing worth fighting for was ever won without sacrifice. — Barret Wallace It felt like I had a weird mental journey through playing the Final Fantasy 7 remake. It started with me absolutely loving the opening scenes — the slow aerial shot into the mega-city of Midgar; the beautiful re-imagined image of Aerith down the alleyway. It ended too with me absolutely loving it — despite the fact that it covers…

The Babysitter

The Babysitter cover

Not to be confused with the 1995 erotic, straight-to-video film starring Alicia Silverstone. 2017’s The Babysitter is a violent, fun watch and completely ridiculous in all the right places. I was recommended this by a friend and did really enjoy it. I was surprised that it was a 15 though. Looking forward to watching the sequel some time soon.

Friday the 13th part 3

Friday the 13 part 3 was a lot of fun. I didn’t enjoy it quite as much on the whole as I did part 2, but it was still a great ride. And it was great to finally see Jason don his infamous hockey mask. I found myself wondering about the director’s taste when I kept noticing things being pointed right at the camera. Like in the camera’s face. It wasn’t until half way through that I had the distant…