When the schedule for our GameBlast19 marathon stream last month was revealed in January, I was pretty pleased that A Way Out had made the cut. It was a title … Continue Reading <em>A Way Out</em>: not the ending we wanted
In the middle of February, Christon from Gaming Detour kindly nominated Later Levels for a Sunshine Blogger Award. This gaming enthusiast from Australia, who also looks after Coding Detour, has … Continue Reading A new adventure
Last month, Later Levels was very kindly nominated for a Sunshine Blogger Award by Red Metal from Extra Life. It comes as no surprise that several of the questions this … Continue Reading Video games: more than movies?
Adventures: video games full of amazing stories, colourful characters and challenging puzzles (not to mention dialogue trees and pixel-hunting). The genre may have its flaws but it has also been … Continue Reading Adventures: not even their final form
Since getting back in touch with Emily Morganti last August, she has put me onto some great adventure games. There was detective-drama Lamplight City which asks some interesting moral questions; … Continue Reading <em>Guard Duty</em>: referencing the classics
It’s no secret how much I love the adventure genre and exploration games, so it’s therefore no surprise that I jumped at the chance to play Vane after Lewis from … Continue Reading You’re so <em>Vane</em>: style over substance?
God of War has, quite rightly, received all sorts of praise and accolades over the past couple of months. Much of the praise has been for the quality of the … Continue Reading <em>God of War</em>: my love for the Leviathan
After receiving my Amiga as a kid and completing The Secret of Monkey Island for the first time, I found myself hooked on adventure games. One of the next I … Continue Reading <em>Mage’s Initiation</em>: a touch of magic