Nathan Keeley

Born and bred on the sandy shores of Durban, Nathan has been playing video games since he convinced his parents that owning the latest Pentium 2 in 1996 would help him with his projects at school. Since then he has gone on to become the Last Dragonborn, a time travelling Assassin, the Butcher of Blaviken , a 20-something bad ass Tomb Raider to name a few achievements. When he is not off in Tamriel or Rivia, then he enjoys reading about people that are creating even more worlds and characters to discover. RPG's and/or Open World games are his areas of expertise. He is certainly a PC gamer first, but does not discriminate toward PlayStation or Xbox. This is the Rainbow Nation after all.



Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim – Special Edition

Reviewed on PC by Nathan Keeley | Contributing Editor Bring me another Sweet Roll serving wench! For whatever reason, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim remains a point of debate amongst the gaming community. Some would have you believe Bethesda’s fantasy RPG was never any good to begin with. In a world that now has The Witcher 3 to use as its benchmark for open world RPG’s, Skyrim can feel very dated. I...[Read More]

Battlefield 1 and a Diary of a Wimpy Kid :)

Operation Multiplayer!  I have a confession to make. I do not play multiplayer first person shooters. To be more accurate, I don’t play multiplayer at all if I can help it. I’m the sort of gamer that likes to keep to himself. Gaming for me is about escaping the real world for a few hours and becoming someone other than my normal self. I find I best achieve this in vast, open-world RPG’s and strong...[Read More]

Tom Clancy’s The Division : Why You Should Come Back

When the Division launched back in March, it was to mostly mixed reviews. It currently sits at around 80% on Metacritic and even as low as 6.5/10 on Destructoid. The issue The Division had at launch was that at its core it had fantastic bones but due to a variety of factors like design, bugs, stability and performance issues it didn’t really live up to the promises that the developer had made. The...[Read More]



MAFIA III – Review

Reviewed on PC by Nathan Keeley | Contributing Editor STORY & PLOT: 10/10 PAINT IT BLACK Mafia 3 puts you in the revenge fuelled boots of Lincoln Clay. A Vietnam veteran recently returned to New Bordeaux, which is a fictional re-creation of New Orleans. In its simplest form, this is a revenge story that pits the protagonist against his enemies in a one-man-army murder spree. But Mafia 3’s stor...[Read More]

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