You get to adopt a pet from any fictional word you want; why did you pick it? This is one of the questions Carla from Pop Culture Literary posed to … Continue Reading <em>Blair Witch</em>: not biting the Bullet
Although I love the adventure genre, I’m not a Daedalic Entertainment fan at all. There’s just something about their games I can’t get my head around and the humour within … Continue Reading <em>State of Mind</em>: Daedalic disaster?
Detective films and books? They don’t do anything for me. The pacing and typical private-investigator-with-personal-demons protagonist fail to keep me engrossed. But give me a video game with a detective … Continue Reading <em>Missing in Jericho</em>: the search begins
Regular Later Levels visitors will probably be aware of my on-off obsession with The Elder Scrolls Online (ESO). Since being introduced to the game during Christmas 2015, I’ve had regular … Continue Reading Cooking up a Stormcloak
What makes a video game? The argument about the type and extent of gameplay that must exist within a release in order classify it in this way has been a … Continue Reading <em>Coloring Pixels</em>: clicking calm
At the last London Gaming Market in July, I managed to pick up copies of Syberia and Syberia II for my PlayStation 2. The first game in the series is … Continue Reading The folly of Kate Walker
I approached the Control demo at gamescom this year with very little knowledge. I knew it had a female protagonist called Jesse and if you read my post last week … Continue Reading gamescom 2019: <em>Control</em>