Some video game series are considered classics that every gamer needs to play. It’s therefore something of a surprise when you come across someone who hasn’t completed at least one … Continue Reading Big series I’ve given a miss
Last month, Nathan from Gaming Omnivore very kindly nominated Later Levels for a Sunshine Blogger Award. I loved the questions he posed to his nominees because they encouraged us to … Continue Reading Turn-based? Turn-off!
Final Fantasy VII was a killer title for the PlayStation in 1997 – except I didn’t buy it straight away, or was even vaguely aware of it. I only picked … Continue Reading gamescom 2019: <em>Final Fantasy VII Remake</em>
I’m writing this halfway through the last day of gamescom 2019 after finally having been able to get my hands on some games. The past few days have been both … Continue Reading gamescom 2019: a round-up
Wouldn’t it be good if save-points were a thing in real-life? Just imagine how beneficial they’d be. Before that job interview, important presentation or first date, you’d be able to … Continue Reading Rewinding time: the best save point items
Spring is finally here and it’s my favourite time of year. The days are now getting longer, the weather is gradually growing warmer and there’s a buzz of positivity about … Continue Reading The cutest creatures in gaming
In a lovely little surprise, Later Levels was very kindly nominated for a Versatile Blogger Award by Austin from Reaper Interactive late last month. If you’re thinking right now that … Continue Reading Versatile Blogger: video games and chocolate
I may have already written a response post to a very kind Sunshine Blogger Award from Ian over at Adventure Rules in response to his question about endings and beginnings. … Continue Reading Video game items that need to exist in real life