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Keri Baptiste
City University, London
Hello, my name is Keri Baptiste.

I'm the Assistant Gaming Editor and I study Creative Writing at City University. I'm currently in the process of writing a novel and spend the rest of my free time looking at terrible cat pictures.

Want to chat: whatshewrites13@gmail.com

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The upcoming instalment of Ubisoft's Far Cry franchise is already proving controversial.

Far Cry 5 artwork depicts an idyllic Redneck Last Supper

The upcoming instalment of Ubisoft's Far Cry franchise is already proving controversial.

After the last three DC films, there is a lot of pressure on the super-shoulders of Wonder Woman - can she handle it as well as we all hope?

Can Wonder Woman Save the DC Cinematic Universe?

After the last three DC films, there is a lot of pressure on the super-shoulders of Wonder Woman - can she handle it as well as we all hope?

The Surge is Dark Souls with Power Loaders.

Game Review: The Surge

The Surge is Dark Souls with Power Loaders.

Prey is the newest sci-fi adventure from Arkane Studios and  I've been loving every minute of it.

What I Played This Week – Prey

Prey is the newest sci-fi adventure from Arkane Studios and I've been loving every minute of it.

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American Gods is proving to be a unique story about gods, myths and faith.

TV Review: American Gods (Season 1, Episode 3)

American Gods is proving to be a unique story about gods, myths and faith.

Don't laugh at my coping mechanism.

How Fast & Furious helps me cope with my mental health

Don't laugh at my coping mechanism.

Phina Orchue tells a wonderfully honest story of her life and her own struggling sense of identity.

Theatre Review: Identity Crisis @ Ovalhouse

Phina Orchue tells a wonderfully honest story of her life and her own struggling sense of identity.

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Everything is kicked up a notch this week while the strange moments of incoherence are kicked to the wind.

TV Review: American Gods (Season 1, Episode 2)

Everything is kicked up a notch this week while the strange moments of incoherence are kicked to the wind.

Paper Hearts is a sweet romp through the love of books and a love that stems from that.

Theatre Review: Paper Hearts @ Upstairs at the Gatehouse

Paper Hearts is a sweet romp through the love of books and a love that stems from that.

With all the positive reviews, there was a high expectation for this novel – and it met every one.

Sunday Book Review: How To Make A Wish by Ashley Herring Blake

With all the positive reviews, there was a high expectation for this novel – and it met every one.

This week we delved back into our nostalgic platforming past.

What I Played This Week – Spyro: Gateway to Glimmer

This week we delved back into our nostalgic platforming past.

The newest instalment of Call of Duty refuses to shy away from the atrocities and prejudices of the time.

Call of Duty: WWII Will Depict The Holocaust

The newest instalment of Call of Duty refuses to shy away from the atrocities and prejudices of the time.

This year has already been massive for game releases, and May is no different.

9 of the best game releases for May

This year has already been massive for game releases, and May is no different.

Melbourne will host the interactive exhibition.

Australia is about to get a new exhibit to celebrate women in gaming

Melbourne will host the interactive exhibition.

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The perfect marriage between Bryan Fuller's artistic vision and Neil Gaiman's special brand of magic.

TV Review: American Gods (Season 1, Episode 1)

The perfect marriage between Bryan Fuller's artistic vision and Neil Gaiman's special brand of magic.

'Honestly, I think I can say this from an unbiased perspective - it’s one of the best shows in London.'

West End Star Joe Aaron Reid speaks about Dreamgirls and its importance

'Honestly, I think I can say this from an unbiased perspective - it’s one of the best shows in London.'

Find yourself a summer paradise on the Gulf of Mexico.

10 ways to make a splash at Tampa Bay, Florida

Find yourself a summer paradise on the Gulf of Mexico.

Detailing the progress made with the psychology behind childhood trauma, KPJR Films sheds light on its repercussions on mental health.

Film Review: Resilience

Detailing the progress made with the psychology behind childhood trauma, KPJR Films sheds light on its repercussions on mental health.

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