Welcome to August’s editorial post, a monthly progress report which rounds up all the happenings here at Later Levels in case you missed anything. With hot sunny days giving way … Continue Reading Save point: August 2020
I think one of the hardest things you can do as a gaming blogger is write a review. On one hand, you want to give your readers an honest opinion … Continue Reading Frosti-writes: honesty in your posts
For anyone visiting Later Levels today and expecting to find a new post about video games, let me offer my apologies. This one is off-topic and more personal than my … Continue Reading Off-topic: child-free by choice
Welcome to July’s editorial post, a monthly progress report which rounds up all the happenings here at Later Levels in case you missed anything. With the days hotting up and … Continue Reading Save point: July 2020
Tomorrow is International Friendship Day. It’s a chance for us to appreciate the positive effect our friends have had on our lives and show them how thankful we are, as … Continue Reading Friends who would be video game heroes
How many hours have you sunk into video games since the COVID-19 lockdown was imposed in the UK? With a lot of people finding themselves with more free time over … Continue Reading Lockdown gaming: when a hobby stops being fun
Over the past fortnight, I’ve brought you a series of posts on streaming. We’ve looked at what it means to accept an Affiliate invitation from Twitch, the video games are … Continue Reading Twitch times: the future for <em>Later Levels’</em> streams
Earlier this week, I shared my recommendations for Twitch channels worth following. Not only will the streamers featured in this post keep you entertained while they’re on air, they’re also … Continue Reading Twitch star: <em>#KaraokePete</em>
Hitting Affiliate status on Twitch is a big deal. Some streamers put so much effort into their channels, going live whenever they can to get more than 50 followers and … Continue Reading Twitch Affiliate: to sub or not to sub?
The COVID-19 lockdown here in the UK is now gradually starting to come to an end. Although we’re all now looking forward to getting outside and meeting up with friends … Continue Reading Twitch timeout: big loves, chat
Welcome to June’s editorial post, a monthly progress report which rounds up all the happenings here at Later Levels in case you missed anything. With several digital expos and another … Continue Reading Save point: June 2020
At the time of writing, 630 of my posts have been published here at Later Levels. I wasn’t sure where or how long the blog would go for when I … Continue Reading Real Neat Blog Award: video games and bendy thumbs
Welcome to May’s editorial post, a monthly progress report which rounds up all the happenings here at Later Levels in case you missed anything. With online gaming expos now being … Continue Reading Save point: May 2020
Here’s a question for bloggers: what would you do if you were no longer able to write about the current subject for your site? Would you take the decision to … Continue Reading What if <em>Later Levels</em> wasn’t about video games?
When Jonez from NekoJonez’s Gaming Blog kindly nominated Later Levels for a Real Neat Blog Award in December, he asked bloggers to share which video game series they’d choose to … Continue Reading More pointing-and-clicking wanted
We all have at least one video game which defines us. It’s understandable that this could be the first we ever played although this isn’t necessarily always the case. Other … Continue Reading The video games that define me