Review – World of Warships: HMS Gallant

HMS Gallant (H59) was a G-class destroyer, built for the Royal Navy in the mid-1930s. laid down by Alexander Stephen and Sons in Glasgow, Scotland on 15 September 1934, launched on 26 September 1935 and completed on 25 February 1936. Excluding government-furnished equipment like the armament, the ship cost £252,920.[4] She was assigned to the 1st Destroyer Flotilla of the Mediterranean Fleet upon commissioning The HMS Gallant was then transferred from the Mediterranean Fleet shortly after the beginning of World War II to the British Isles, to escort shipping in local waters. She was slightly damaged by German aircraft during the evacuation of Allied troops from Dunkirk (Operation Dynamo) at the end of May 1940.…

Review – World of Warships: USS Enterprise

The USS Enterprise aircraft carrier, CV-6, was the sixth official aircraft carrier that the United States Navy had acquired, and she was specifically built from the keel up as an aircraft carrier. USS Enterprise was launched in 1936 and commissioned in 1938, and she also survived the war. The last in the Yorktown class was USS Hornet, CV-8, which was launched in 1940 and commissioned in 1941 before the war started. She was lost in World War II as the Battle of the Santa Cruz Islands in 1942. So, after…

Review – Master of Orion

Every time I think about it, I realize how happy I am that  I was born in the ’80’s. We didn’t need to go the arcade anymore to play games, it was the time when we could play all kinds of video games right at home. It was the time I rather stayed at home playing with the Commodore instead of going outside and play football with some friends.  And to be honest, this is still the same. I’m still waiting for certain titles to be released and I’m still…