Category: Gaming

Genre Burnout

The idea struck me for this post while I was trying to go to sleep. I very almost had to get up out of bed and go jot something down, for worry that I’d forget it. I didn’t do that. So I guess we’ll see how I get on! I remember...

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Can You Play a Game Wrong?

Well obviously you can in some respects. … Right? Or actually; should we first separate out playing a game well from playing a game as intended? There will be some overlap here. Sometimes playing a game against the developer’s intention...

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No Place for Old PvPers

Mailvaltar recently wrote about the cool stuff that just doesn’t happen in ‘safe’ MMORPGs and it got me to thinking about days gone by when I was really into open-world PvP MMOs myself. It seems like so long ago. And I suppose...

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Too Old For This?

This is hardly a new topic of conversation I would imagine. I’d be willing to bet most of the game blogging community has had something to say on the matter at one point in time or another.1 The subject? Feeling like — or perhaps even...

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Love Your Backlog Week — 2020

Kim from Later Levels has brought back Love your Backlog Week for 2020. As the title might suggest, it’s a week about recognising that not only is it OK to have a backlog but actually it can be something to be loved. I wouldn’t say this...

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Finding Equilibrium

I really wanted to call this post ‘Restoring Balance’ — but I’m not even playing the Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Empire game yet. So it might’ve been a bit on the nose. … Well, even more on the nose. But there is a...

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