It should be simple really. PEGI give a game a legally-enforceable rating; parents read the rating; parents forbid their child from playing. Problem solved! Any parent who lets their child … Continue Reading Should we let kids play video games?
Title overview The Town of Light by LKA Published by LKA Released in February 2016 No PEGI rating but please note: this game isn’t for children Adventure, horror genre Available … Continue Reading Review: <em>The Town of Light</em>
Ubisoft’s long-in-development Tom Clancy’s The Division launches on 08 March 2016. I recently had a good old playthrough of the open beta and, unsurprisingly, have a few opinions I’d like … Continue Reading Preview: <em>Tom Clancy’s The Division</em>
Dreamland was once one of the UK’s best-loved amusement parks and after purchasing the site in September 2013, Thanet District Council and The Dreamland Trust have been working on its … Continue Reading Bits & Bytes 2016: a round-up
After months of staying away from crowdfunding platforms, I recently became a backer for the Kickstarter campaign for Ghost Theory. The thing that attracted me to this horror-adventure was the … Continue Reading Preview: <em>The Town of Light</em>
Late last week we received an email from Michal Červenka, CEO and Co-Founder of Dreadlocks Ltd, announcing their new Kickstarter campaign for Ghost Theory. Pitched as ‘a single-player horror adventure … Continue Reading Interview: <em>Ghost Theory</em>
Adventure-horror STASIS is the work of brothers Chris and Nic Bischoff, also known as The Brotherhood, and was in development for around five years before its release at the end … Continue Reading Interview: Ryan Cooper (<em>STASIS</em>)