My other-half had been eagerly awaiting the release of The Outer Worlds for weeks before it came out. My stepson was excited too even though he’s too young to play … Continue Reading Locks, mini-games and <em>The Outer Worlds</em>
There may still be a few more weeks to go before 2019 draws to a close, but it’s a pretty safe bet what my game-of-the-year will be. Unless something comes … Continue Reading <em>Book of Travels</em>: choose your own journey
Are you a perfectionist? And if so, does this affect how you play video games in any way? I’d certainly class myself as one because I have a fondness for … Continue Reading Perfect ending pressure
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!
Regular Later Levels visitors will probably be aware of my on-off obsession with The Elder Scrolls Online (ESO). Since being introduced to the game during Christmas 2015, I’ve had regular … Continue Reading Cooking up a Stormcloak
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>
One of the things I love the most about RPGs is that sense of being transported to a different world each time you start a new game. You could end … Continue Reading RPGs: bunny hops, forward rolls and Adam Ant