There are plenty of articles dedicated to the best entries in the horror genre in honour of Halloween. But what about those at the other end of the scale: what … Continue Reading Horrifically bad: worst horror games
As discussed in my Question of the Month response last week, it’s often the strangest things that scare us. Video games such as Amnesia: The Dark Descent and Outlast can … Continue Reading Creeped out: spookiest video game moments
October’s Question of the Month is brought to you by Ian from A Geeky Gal: long-time blogger, video game player, anime watcher and all round lovely lady. To find out … Continue Reading <em>Shivers</em> down your spine (a <em>QotM</em> answer)
I got into a conversation with Bandicoot Warrior about Fallout at the summer blog party back in June. He’s a big fan of the series and has an impressive collection … Continue Reading Video game series: dealing with the <em>Fallout</em>
Here’s the latest on our plans for GameBlast19, an annual gaming marathon for SpecialEffect. This amazing charity puts fun and inclusion back into the lives of those with physical difficulties … Continue Reading GameBlast19: we need your help!
I may have already written a response post to a very kind Sunshine Blogger Award from Ian over at Adventure Rules in response to his question about endings and beginnings. … Continue Reading Video game items that need to exist in real life
I became a backer for the Myst 25th Anniversary Collection in May after hearing that Cyan had decided to complete a ‘never-been-done’ before historical anthology of the series. Although you’d … Continue Reading <em>Myst</em>: one of the best video game beginnings
You know that saying about it being the journey which is important rather than the destination? It can be rather fittingly applied to video games, particularly when you consider a … Continue Reading Not the end, only the beginning