Back in early 2017 I wrote several posts where I mentioned not enjoying writing video game reviews. Having previously come from a blog which was heavily review-focused with strict formatting … Continue Reading Reviewing the review policy
Today is the opening day of gamescom 2019 for the general public and the first time I’ve travelled outside of the UK for years. I’m drafting this post before leaving … Continue Reading gamescom 2019: the fun starts today
A trip to Bristol last weekend with the Later Levels and GeekOut UK crew saw us attempt an escape room at Locked In A Room. It’s my second experience, the … Continue Reading Locked in a room in Bristol
Last month I asked readers how they felt about character-switching in video games. Do you enjoy being able to see a digital world through the eyes of multiple protagonists? After … Continue Reading Same old story: video games and replayability
It’s time for some sentimentality and yearning for a return to past periods in my gaming history, with some particular titles that evoke the feeling of nostalgia for me. This … Continue Reading A trip down nostalgia lane
One of the things I love the most about RPGs is that sense of being transported to a different world each time you start a new game. You could end … Continue Reading RPGs: bunny hops, forward rolls and Adam Ant
Online multiplayer shooters have been my thing since my parents first got a 14.4k internet connection in the late 1990s. It allowed me to play Half-Life Deathmatch and Team Fortress … Continue Reading Battle royale: what am I missing?