Horror games are like Marmite: you either love them or hate them. There are plenty of gamers who can’t wait to step across the threshold to an abandoned mansion, hiding … Continue Reading <em>SOMA</em>: the real monster in the dark
Do you prefer realistic graphics or a unique art-style in your video games? That was the question posed to the community back at the beginning of July by Brandon from … Continue Reading Lookin’ good: video game visuals
It’s usually obvious who the antagonist is when you play a video game. Even when there’s a plot twist at the end, they tend to make themselves known; perhaps it’s … Continue Reading Cocktails with <em>Red Strings</em> attached
To steal a phrase from Ian over at Adventure Rules: “Blogger Blitz is just around the corner and our competitors are all itching to get their fingers onto the keyboard.” … Continue Reading <em>Blogger Blitz</em> 2018: the countdown begins!
Several bloggers and friends have recently opened up to reveal how they’re struggling. I have nothing but respect for them in doing this; sharing something so personal can be incredibly … Continue Reading It’s time to talk
Back in the beginning of the nineties, there was a stall at a local market which stocked video games. My dad would sometimes take my brother and I there on … Continue Reading London Gaming Market July 2018: a round-up
There’s a good chance you’re crying inside now that this year’s Steam summer sale has finished. Either you’ve just checked your bank balance and realised you’ve no money left for … Continue Reading Free and easy: no-cost games on Steam