Last month while I was browsing through the WordPress reader, I came across a post on the Lyte Bytes site entitled Fun vs. Competition: Can you enjoy gaming if you … Continue Reading Competitive gaming: teams and tantrums
At last month’s GEEK expo in Margate, Replay Events converted the massive Hall by the Sea into a retro gaming heaven. Hundreds of consoles ranging from the NES to the … Continue Reading Game on, little sister
Are you a gamer who’s looking for an entertaining, creative and charming date this weekend? Then search no more because you’ve come to the right place. What better way to … Continue Reading Gamers blog party: your invitation
Last month my other-half and I took my stepson to the GEEK event in Margate, a weekend dedicated to celebrating games and play. Two people were chatting my the exit … Continue Reading Cosplay: not just for skinny girls
Some of the earliest memories I have of gaming revolve around local multiplayers. Like playing Pong against my dad after my grandparents found an old home version in a charity … Continue Reading Local multiplayers: alive and mooing
There’s a moment in For Honor when, with a flash of light, the camera locks into place and a white ring appears around the feet of your opponent. The heart … Continue Reading For Honor and glory!
I remember a time, 25 years ago, when Radio 1 would spend a large part of Sunday afternoon counting down the top 40 singles of the week. The big highlight … Continue Reading Too much, too soon?
February might have been a cold and dreary month here in the UK, but it was full of sunshine in the WordPress community – a big thank you to our … Continue Reading Editorial: March 2017
It’s that time again: we’re back with our next question of the month, where we attempt to answer a quandary that has been taxing the gaming community since it first … Continue Reading <em>Question of the Month</em>: March 2017 edition