“It was only after getting 12 hours into the campaign, that I realised what Alien: Isolation was doing to me. I soon found I was struggling to cope with work, my anxiety was higher than it had been in months and my depression had come back hard.”
As a young adult in 2018, I’m appalled by the attitudes and views of older generations.
The mainstream public is so concerned with video games. Why? Because they’re fun. My 8 year old spends hours creating worlds in Minecraft but won’t do his homework, how can I make homework more fun? My teenage son is addicted to Fortnite and won’t get a job, how can I make getting a job more fun? My husband ignores me for hours to play Overwatch, how can I make our relationship more fun.
“As someone who has never owned a Nintendo home console, I’ve wondered for years… Do Nintendo’s beloved franchises still hold up?”
“We’ve never discussed how completely removing elements can actually make your game BETTER.”
No, Bloodborne is not being adapted into a TV series like Netflix’s Castlevania. If that is what you thought from the title, I’m sorry to mislead you.
“This week we start learning how to program, with a focus on creating our very first playable character.”
I’ve never been a massive Assassin’s Creed fan, but there is no denying the impact the series has had on the broader gaming industry.
The idea of an indie recreation of one your favorite AAA games may sound enticing, but be warned, the end product may not impress.
“Although Breath of the Wild totes some of the greatest mechanical depth and emergent gameplay I’ve ever seen, its world building and narrative doesn’t even come close to that of Horizon.”