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
On Sunday mornings, my other-half and I tend to sit in the kitchen with a cup of tea while looking through the news headlines. Yesterday our conversation centred around how … Continue Reading The real ‘horrifying discovery’
Fortnite, said to be the most addictive video game of all time, is surely going to be the downfall of our children. Its design and gameplay have made it extremely … Continue Reading <em>Fortnite</em>: the downfall of our children
As mentioned in January’s editorial earlier this week, Christmas can be a crazy time for us here in the Later Levels household. As well as the usual flurry of activity … Continue Reading Virtually the best Christmas present