After a lacklustre year for video games for me personally, on Monday I shared part one of my list of releases I’m looking forward to in 2020. The next 12 … Continue Reading 20 for 20 vision: part two
2019 wasn’t a great year in terms of video games for me. The trend of producing sequels, remakes, spin-off and ports makes it seem as though less space is being … Continue Reading 20 for 20 vision: part one
It’s time for the second part of my updated beginner’s guide to indie and, if you didn’t find something that tickles your fancy in part one on Monday, then hopefully … Continue Reading Beginner’s guide to indie (2019): part two
Almost three years after starting Later Levels, I’m still a huge fan of indie video games. Independent developers aren’t afraid to take creative risks to bring us something new; and … Continue Reading Beginner’s guide to indie (2019): part one
I love indie games. Since being introduced by a friend years ago, they’re the releases I pick up most frequently. They give me more of what I want from my … Continue Reading Indie darlings: just not getting it
LLast year I published a post about the volume of sequels, spin-offs and remakes. After classifying over 1,500 titles and analysing the data, I discovered over half (59) of 2018’s … Continue Reading Triple-A: down or up?
A Polygon article by Ben Kuchera in January reported that, according to SteamSpy, 7,672 video games had been released on Steam in 2017. This worked out to be an average … Continue Reading All Steam-ed up