Arsenal Watch: Calum Chambers

Calum Chambers made his return to Fulham’s starting lineup to earn his fifth Premier League appearance for the club in their midday clash against Javi Garcia’s Watford. The Cottagers conceded early on in the fixture but they managed to salvage a draw thanks to a goal from forward Aleksandar Mitrovic.

Despite signing a long-term contract with Arsenal back in July, the Gunners’ new manager, Unai Emery, decided to send the Englishman out on loan so he could get consistent game time in the Premier League. If rumours are to be believed, a handful of clubs expressed their interest in signing the 23-year-old on a season-long loan. In the end, it was Fulham who were able to finalise the deal to bolster their defensive options.

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Why I love Life is Strange.

This post will contain spoilers – you have been warned.

It’s rather rare that fictional material can have a noteworthy impact on myself, but it’s easy to be devoted to a game when the storytelling is at its absolute finest. I’ve always loved the ability to witness the impact that decisions can have on the past, present, and future, even if there are occasions where the consequences leave me feeling betrayed or miserable due to the choices that I have made.

For some reason, I never really got invested in the Life is Strange franchise when it was originally introduced in 2015 despite my love for episodic adventure games. After experiencing the thrills and emotions of Telltale Games’ The Walking Dead: The Final Season last month, I knew I had to properly try Dontnod Entertainment’s franchise once again.

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Why I love Telltale’s The Walking Dead.

This post will contain spoilers – you have been warned.

It’s not every day that fictional material can have such an impact on oneself, experiencing the consequences that your actions can have on others and leave you engaged as the entire story unravels and progresses. The decisions that you are forced to make can often leave you feeling betrayed, delighted, or even miserable, but overall it’s storytelling at its absolute finest. 

As someone who loves to play all types of video games, it’s rare for a game to have had such an impact on me over a long period of time. While I’ve always enjoyed game franchises like Grand Theft Auto, Call of Duty, and others like Pokemon and Crash Bandicoot, no video game franchise has ever left me more engaged and invested than Telltale Games’ The Walking Dead.

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