At the last London Gaming Market in July, I managed to pick up copies of Syberia and Syberia II for my PlayStation 2. The first game in the series is … Continue Reading The folly of Kate Walker
Following on from Kim’s post on wonderful women in video games, I came to realise that when I’m given a choice, I’m more likely to choose a female character. I … Continue Reading Choosing sides: playing characters of the opposite sex
Video games do not stop boys making friends – but girls who play struggle to make pals. That’s the headline from an article which popped up in my news feed … Continue Reading What came first: the female gamer or the problem?
In the middle of March, Matt from Normal Happenings kindly tagged Later Levels in one of his Daily Inkling posts. The regular series provides inspiration for all the bloggers out … Continue Reading <em>Later Levels:</em> one big oxymoron
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
Every so often a news story crops up within the community that keeps running and running, getting worse with every twist and turn revealed through gaming journalism websites. Unfortunately we’ve … Continue Reading Ellie, <em>Overwatch</em> and the need to stick together
Dear Stylist, I read your magazine on a regular basis and I, as do many others in London, truly appreciate your campaign to celebrate the brilliance of women. Strong, empowered … Continue Reading Dear <em>Stylist</em>: it’s not just film