Although I don’t watch every year, I made a point of sitting through Microsoft’s Xbox briefing at last month’s E3 event. The potential for news about Fable 4 lured me … Continue Reading Casual, hardcore and everything in between
At an IT industry event last month, there was a presentation called Shaping Self-Service for the Future. This described one company’s journey towards implementing an online portal where their customers … Continue Reading Game passes: unexpected item in the bagging area
I love indie games. Since being introduced by a friend some years ago, they’re the type of releases I pick up most frequently nowadays. They tend to give me more … Continue Reading Indie darlings: just not getting it
An article by Ian from Adventure Rules last month inspired me to write a post about the things I’ve learnt from being an ‘older’ gamer. I may not have the … Continue Reading Older and wiser gamers: part 2
So what did you think of last month’s Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3)? It may have left plenty of gamers excited for the next generation of consoles and adding future titles … Continue Reading Older and wiser gamers: part 1
Essex: the county in the south-east of England that’s my home. Sadly it tends to be associated with fake tan, too-much-makeup and horrible accents thanks to a certain television program … Continue Reading Essex: the birthplace of the MMORPG
How does playing video games for 24-hours straight sound to you? Sure, it can be tiring and does take loads of stamina to see it through to the finish line, … Continue Reading GameBlast20: the next challenge
Last month I came across a new blog post in my WordPress reader called Your Jealously is Showing. This was written in response to an article by Ian Sherr published … Continue Reading Blogging negativity: is my anger holding me back?