Are you a gamer who’s looking for an entertaining, creative and charming date this weekend? Then search no more because you’ve come to the right place. What better way to … Continue Reading Gamers blog party: your invitation
Last month my other-half and I took my stepson to the GEEK event in Margate, a weekend dedicated to celebrating games and play. Two people were chatting my the exit … Continue Reading Cosplay: not just for skinny girls
Some of the earliest memories I have of gaming revolve around local multiplayers. Like playing Pong against my dad after my grandparents found an old home version in a charity … Continue Reading Local multiplayers: alive and mooing
There’s a moment in For Honor when, with a flash of light, the camera locks into place and a white ring appears around the feet of your opponent. The heart … Continue Reading For Honor and glory!
I remember a time, 25 years ago, when Radio 1 would spend a large part of Sunday afternoon counting down the top 40 singles of the week. The big highlight … Continue Reading Too much, too soon?
February might have been a cold and dreary month here in the UK, but it was full of sunshine in the WordPress community – a big thank you to our … Continue Reading Editorial: March 2017
It’s that time again: we’re back with our next question of the month, where we attempt to answer a quandary that has been taxing the gaming community since it first … Continue Reading <em>Question of the Month</em>: March 2017 edition
Since the start of the year we’ve been fortunate enough to be nominated for four awards and we’ re extremely humbled by the support. The most recent is the Real … Continue Reading WLTM: Peter Molyneux
At the end of January, I wrote about how I hadn’t backed anything on Kickstarter for a while despite being a fan of the platform in previous years. Over time … Continue Reading <em>Ama’s Lullaby</em> and my Kickstarter confession