Following on from Kim’s post on wonderful women in video games, I came to realise that when I’m given a choice, I’m more likely to choose a female character. I … Continue Reading Choosing sides: playing characters of the opposite sex
Last month I asked readers how they felt about character-switching in video games. Do you enjoy being able to see a digital world through the eyes of multiple protagonists? After … Continue Reading Same old story: video games and replayability
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
One of the things I love the most about RPGs is that sense of being transported to a different world each time you start a new game. You could end … 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 late 1990s. It allowed me to play Half-Life Deathmatch and Team Fortress … Continue Reading Battle royale: what am I missing?
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 after chatting to … Continue Reading Trust, friendship and Team Ico’s games
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