One of the things I love the most about RPGs is the sense of being transported to a different world when you start a new game. You could end up … Continue Reading RPGs: bunny hops, forward rolls and Adam Ant
Online multiplayer shooters have been my thing since my parents first got a 14.4k internet connection in the 1990s. It allowed me to play Half-Life Deathmatch and Team Fortress Classic, … Continue Reading Battle royale: what am I missing?
The developers of Theropods got in touch last month to let me know about their Kickstarter campaign. After playing through the demo on Twitch and seeing that their science-fiction world … Continue Reading <em>Kumo</em>: one boy’s <em>Journey</em>
At the London Gaming Market in March 2019, I bought myself a PlayStation 2. I’d been thinking about getting one for a while and was finally persuaded. I also picked … Continue Reading Trust, friendship and Team Ico’s games
After Matt from Normal Happenings tagged Later Levels in a Daily Inkling recently, it felt time to write about my return to blogging. Until recently it was almost three years … Continue Reading The return to blogging
Female characters in video games have come a long way over the past few years. When I was a kid, all we had to look up to was Chun-Li from … Continue Reading Wonderful women in video games
Wouldn’t it be good if save-points were a thing in real-life? Just imagine how beneficial they’d be: simply rewind time if you made a big mistake. Of course, this does … Continue Reading Rewinding time: the best save point items