I am Liam.
I write game reviews for GIZORAMA

I write poetry and short stories at: Words From My Nose Bone

I also co-host a student themed gaming podcast called Neekcast

I don't get paid for any of it.

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Howard’s Oak


“Are you sure it’s safe here? I asked Howard, batting flies and branches from my vision.

“You might get stung by a wasp, but I see no white hoods or burning crosses.”

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A new story what I gone and done. Not formatted properly because fuck Tumblr’s formatting.

Call of Duty: Ghosts Has a Marijuana-Themed DLC Pack →

Neekcast 9: E3 Kings of Orient Are



Hey, did you hear that E3 happened? HOW COULDN’T YOU HEAR THAT? That’s what we’re talking about on this edition of Neekcast. We chatted about the quality of Nintendo’s conference, some stuff about gender in Assassin’s Creed (YEAH WE WENT THERE) and Liam gets depressed about Lifeless Planet. 

No song this week. Blame Obama. 

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Neekcast 8: RuPaul’s Drag Racist



Hey folks, it’s time for another tantalising tarantulising episode of Neekcast, one of several podcasts that can and will be found on the internet!

This week, we’re talking about Game of Thrones (no spoilers), Air Control, Among the Sleep, Transistor, and social issues DUN DUN DUNNNN. Steven also introduces his new feature: Drag Dictionary Corner. 

This week’s musical interlude is IV by Youth Novel —> http://youthnovel.bandcamp.com/

Dissecting Far Cry 4′s Racially Insensitive Box Art →

My two cents on the Far Cry controversy for everyone to misunderstand. 

Neekcast 7: Big Show’s Big Break



Hello dere, it’s your old pal Petyr Baelish here to put my Little Finger seal of approval on Neekcast episode 7! This week these three wee lovely people are talking about SUPERHOT, The Sims 4, Far Cry 4, Transistor, and some other stuff and all! 

This week’s musical interlude is It Takes a Nation of Shopkeepers To Give Me Free Food by Famine —> http://faminegrind.bandcamp.com/ and what a right ol’ lemon cake of a ditty it is. 

"I’m all for Nazis" - Leanne Harrison, 2014.