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?
Before its final date at the end of August, I had the pleasure of attending the AI: More Than Human exhibition at the Barbican in London. This event promised to … Continue Reading More than meets the AI
Over the past year or so in the IT industry, artificial intelligence (AI) has become the hot topic. It’s the thing a lot of companies are looking for when making … Continue Reading LudoNarraCon 2019: <em>Neo Cab</em>
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 … Continue Reading <em>SOMA</em>: the real monster in the dark
It’s usually obvious who the antagonist is when you play a video game. Even when there’s a plot twist at the end, they tend to make themselves known; perhaps it’s … Continue Reading Cocktails with <em>Red Strings</em> attached
Novelist Naomi Alderman (co-creator of Zombies, Run! with Six to Start, which I wrote about last month) published an article for The Guardian in January 2016 on the subject of … Continue Reading Intelligent conversations: AI in video games