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One Of Those Annoying Update Posts

For those that follow on Twitter, me saying this stuff will be pretty common knowledge by now, but this is for those that missed it and more for PR and publishers waiting for reviews from me. The last two months have been both draining and hard, with real life stuff sucking up most of my hours, and family things coming to a point where I feel more time was needed in that department. I reached a point where writing or being the jolly guy I am on social media just wasn't a thing I could do anymore, finding myself just boxing things up and watching days fly by with the stress at what was being put on me at the time.That and the feed was becoming more about my life than video games, and who wants to read out my life?

Only last week were things fully sorted with the stress of what was taking place finally being taken off my shoulders, with the last week or so being all about me getting off my lazy bum and getting a job that will start to bring money into the house.  I go out to my first job interview in ten years, what with bringing up two kids while the Wife was the one who brought the cash into the house. Things will return to how they were very soon, but it may just take a bit to adjust.

I just want to say sorry to those PR and publishers who have sent games to me in the last few weeks that still sit unreviewed. I am working on them slowly, but the backlog is about 8 games strong now, so trust me I will get to that game at some point. Being just the one guy and not really having those around I can fully trust to cover bigger releases, the stress of seeing them grow has made me stop requesting or emailing about many other games out in that time. So yeah, the reviews will come out in the next couple of weeks, and just sorry I couldn't get them out sooner for you. Trust me, it annoys me more than you when I put out delayed content.

Twitter people who have seen me go from being active to tweeting a few times a day, do not worry. Once I feel ready to be me again I will be back filling up your timelines with pointless stuff so you remember you follow me, to then unfollow me. Thanks to the few who got in touch via DM's too, it meant a lot when I was in a rough spot feeling like I had no one to speak with. Love you guys. I've tried to be me again on social media in the last week or so and I just don't feel up to it yet, so will take a break for a week or so and hopefully come back less moany and more myself.

See you soon,
Tony

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  1. Take as long as you need, my man, we'll be here when things improve. I suffer with depression and know what it's like when you can't shake that "dark" mood, hope you feel better soon.
    Much love and dont let the f**kers get you down!

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