Many people will be thinking of romance and how to treat their partner this weekend now that Valentine’s Day is just around the corner. If you’re looking for guidance though, … Continue Reading Video game lessons: how not to flirt in real-life
This Friday is National Puzzle Day: an event established to celebrate puzzles and encourage everyone to participate in more of them. Not only are they enjoyable, but they can also … Continue Reading A puzzling situation
I’m always surprised when I remember the classic point-and-clicks I played as a kid growing up in the 1990s. The fact I managed to complete what are now considered ‘difficult’ … Continue Reading Do walkthroughs make you a bad gamer?
Those of us who grew up through the 1990s remember the video game manual being as much a part of the experience as the game itself. It was often the … Continue Reading Taking note: keeping records during video games
This has possibly been the weirdest Christmas ever. Here in the south-east of the UK, we were moved into tier 4 lockdown restrictions with only five days’ notice and this … Continue Reading The curious case of the Xbox Series X
It’s time for the second part of the 2020 edition of the beginner’s guide to indie. If you didn’t find something that tickled your fancy in the first post yesterday, … Continue Reading Beginner’s guide to indie (2020): part two
Over the past few years I’ve found myself moving away from triple-A releases and becoming a bigger fan of indie video games. Independent developers aren’t afraid to take risks and … Continue Reading Beginner’s guide to indie (2020): part one