My first time at the Insomnia Gaming Festival was I61 in August 2017. My stepson had an excellent time as he had the chance to see one of his favourite … Continue Reading Insomnia: male and pale
As I’m sure many regular Later Levels visitors are aware, The Secret of Monkey Island had a huge impact on me as a child. This was the game which taught … Continue Reading Personally-defining games: on their way out?
Insomnia61 in August last was my first time at the event which promotes itself as ‘the UK’s biggest gaming festival’. Having the stepson in tow meant we sadly couldn’t participate … Continue Reading Insomnia63: a round-up
When we attended Rezzed in April, we noticed an increase in the number of narrative games on display. This was a great thing for me as I love to get … Continue Reading PLAY Expo London 2018: the trouble with retro games
London may be blessed with Rezzed every April – my favourite expo in the calendar – but the retro gaming scene doesn’t get a huge amount of love down here. … Continue Reading PLAY Expo London 2018: a round-up
I’ve never been a competitive gamer. I don’t get much enjoyment from competition, although I do like a local multiplayer every once in a while; and titles such as League … Continue Reading Come fly with me
According to their website, MCM Comic Con events are the UK and Ireland’s most exciting pop culture shows and bring together a broad scope of popular culture categories including gaming, … Continue Reading MCM Comic Con London 2018: a round-up
Fortnite, said to be the most addictive video game of all time, is surely going to be the downfall of our children. Its design and gameplay have made it extremely … Continue Reading <em>Fortnite</em>: the downfall of our children