Since revisiting The 7th Guest for our GameBlast21 marathon stream, I’ve been on a bit of a full-motion video (FMV) binge. I know the genre still has plenty of critics … Continue Reading <em>GHOSTS</em>: a haunting experience on Kickstarter
I’m a coward when it comes to horror games. But that doesn’t mean I’ve not played them: although I’m never going to be brave enough to face an action-adventure or … Continue Reading <em>The 7th Guest</em>: the horror of the 90s
Looking at the posts published here at Later Levels, it will come as no surprise that I’m a huge fan of adventures and detective stories. But one thing you may … Continue Reading <em>The Dark Side of the Moon</em>: keeping it in the family
Have you ever played a video game that left you thinking about it long afterwards – but not for the right reasons? This sums up my experience with Harvester, a … Continue Reading <em>Harvester</em>: still confused and cringing
You know what they say about laughter being the best medicine? With everything that’s happened in 2020 so far and no light at the end of the tunnel just yet, … Continue Reading <em>General Horse</em>: why the long face?
Full-motion video (FMV) games can be divisive: you either love or hate them. In the 1990s they offered a glimpse into the future with the use of real-life actors and … Continue Reading <em>She Sees Red</em>: from Russia with blood
As part of the Charming and Open event, I asked writer Ian to tell us about the place from a video game he’d most like to visit. There are so … Continue Reading <em>The Bunker</em> in real life