Overlord, video game, box art, Minions

You can choose your family (a QotM answer)

August’s Question of the Month is brought to you by Brandon from That Green Dude: niche Japanese video game lover, martial arts movie watcher and a blogger who isn’t giving up on his dreams. To find out more about him and his site, as well as how you can get involved, take a look at this post. Family: they’re the people who look after us, … Continue reading You can choose your family (a QotM answer)

KSI, Logan Paul, Deji, Jake Paul, men, fight, boxing

KSI vs Logan Paul: leave us out of it

Dear KSI and Logan Paul, I came across an article by Senior Tech Reporter Shona Ghosh recently when it was published on the Business Insider website at the end of July. News about online celebrities doesn’t particularly interest me but it was the author’s abstract which caught my attention in this case: “YouTuber Logan Paul called out KSI for his ‘disgusting’ remarks about women, and … Continue reading KSI vs Logan Paul: leave us out of it

Unavowed, video game, box art, group, supernatural, Logan, Mandana, Eli, Vicki

Unavowed: an adventure of character and choice

Earlier this week I wrote about Lamplight City, an upcoming adventure by Grundislav Games which I’d had the opportunity to preview following a chance email encounter with PR Consultant Emily Morganti. I’d come across the title when it had caught my eye at Rezzed back in April due to its alternative steampunk-ish ‘Victorian’ setting and the fact it was being developed by the creator of … Continue reading Unavowed: an adventure of character and choice

Lamplight City: an adventure worth investigating

After visiting the Rezzed expo in April, my other-half pointed out how many more narrative games were on display on the show floor than in previous years. It then struck me that many of these had cast the player in the role of a male detective trying to solve some mysterious or vaguely-supernatural case related to a murder or missing person. What was this new … Continue reading Lamplight City: an adventure worth investigating

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SOMA: the real monster in the dark

Horror games are like Marmite: you either love them or hate them. There are plenty of gamers who can’t wait to step across the threshold to an abandoned mansion, hiding in terror from the demons that stalk them in the darkness while they search for inhabitants’ secrets. Then there are others like myself who transform into a quivering mess as soon as they pick up … Continue reading SOMA: the real monster in the dark