A trip to Bristol last weekend with the Later Levels and GeekOut UK crew saw us attempt an escape room at Locked In A Room. It’s my second experience, the … Continue Reading Locked in a room in Bristol
It’s time for some sentimentality and yearning for a return to past periods in my gaming history, with some particular titles that evoke the feeling of nostalgia for me. This … Continue Reading A trip down nostalgia lane
Online multiplayer shooters have been my thing since my parents first got a 14.4k internet connection in the late 1990s. It allowed me to play Half-Life Deathmatch and Team Fortress … Continue Reading Battle royale: what am I missing?
After Matt from Normal Happenings very kindly tagged Later Levels in a Daily Inkling recently, it felt time to write about my return to blogging. Until recently it was almost … Continue Reading The return to blogging
If there’s one thing us gamers are good at, it’s sitting down and playing games. So how about celebrating this by getting up and going outside for some exercise? Even … Continue Reading Running for effect… and charity
Hi. My name is Phil, and I’m addicted to trophy hunting. But who cares, right? It would be wrong to compare trophies or achievements to Marmite because I’ve not yet … Continue Reading Obsessed with trophies
I adore the Fallout series, and I relish Fallout 76. It’s not just the apocalyptic setting, because who doesn’t like to imagine the end of civilisation now and again, but … Continue Reading Tales from the wasteland
An unpolished title, lack of end-game content, frequent patching and negative press: a recent trend in video games from the biggest publishers in the industry. “But it’s good now!” is … Continue Reading Live service games: “But it’s good now!”