My brother and I were introduced to video games as kids by our dad. But after the Commodore 64 and NES were no longer a novelty, the frequency with which … Continue Reading Child’s play: gaming with your kids
So what did you think of last month’s Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3)? It may have left plenty of gamers excited for the next generation of consoles and adding future titles … Continue Reading Older and wiser gamers: part 1
When I’m not using my morning commute to work to draft blog posts, I usually spend those hours catching up on gaming news. Lately it seems as though there isn’t … Continue Reading The circle of gaming life
Fallout is a franchise that many people adore. I’m not a fan myself, primarily thanks to the oversaturation of news reports and blog posts around the time of the latest … Continue Reading Falling out with obsession
The popularity of Fortnite has been transformative for Epic Games. But with huge success has come rivalry with Valve, gamers unhappy with exclusivity deals, rumours of stressful working conditions and … Continue Reading <em>An Epic Debate</em>: Kim’s argument
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?
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