Life is never as simple as video game. In the digital world there’s a solution to every problem and the tools you need to get it are within reach. In … Continue Reading <em>Paradigm</em>: an unlikely hero
When the schedule for our GameBlast19 marathon stream was revealed in January, I was pleased that A Way Out had made the cut. I’d been looking forward to playing it … Continue Reading <em>A Way Out</em>: not the ending we wanted
Since getting back in touch with Emily Morganti, she has put me onto some great adventure games. There was detective-drama Lamplight City which asks some interesting moral questions; Unavowed, a … Continue Reading <em>Guard Duty</em>: referencing the classics
It’s no secret how much I love adventure and exploration, so it’s no surprise I jumped at the chance to play Vane after Lewis from Plan of Attack got in … Continue Reading You’re so <em>Vane</em>: style over substance?
I have fond memories of King’s Quest VI: Heir Today, Gone Tomorrow. Collecting the flower of stench from the beach on the Isle of the Sacred Mountain; using this to … Continue Reading <em>Mage’s Initiation</em>: a touch of magic
At the start of this year I wrote a post about the games I was looking forward to playing during 2018. I haven’t done as well as I’d hoped: I’ve … Continue Reading <em>The Gardens Between</em>: short and bittersweet