It’s the time of year where every gamer with an opinion pipes up Continue reading “Game of the Year 2012” »
Golden Axe: The Revenge Of Death Adder is a rather peculiar game. Continue reading “M.A.M.E. Said Knock You Out!: Golden Axe: Revenge of Death Adder” »
If you’re anything like me (Gods be good, you’re not), you spent most of your time during the sixth generation of consoles on a PlayStation 2 with an occasional, but welcome, experience on the GameCube. The Microsoft Xbox almost completely passed me by Continue reading “XBOX: Don’t Pass Me By” »
New Super Mario Bros. 2 on 3DS is only a few short months away and while I can’t deny my excitement, I can do nothing but hope for an eventual Super Mario Bros. 4. Continue reading “Should Mario Bros. go Retro?” »
Pirates! A rumination on Publishers using DRM to protect their loot; what’s right and wrong with the current model?
In the wake of SOPA,PIPA and the looming shadows of the up and coming threats to our privacy, I wanted to take a look at the challenges that publishers face and mistakes they make as a result. Why do PC gamers turn to piracy? What we can do to prevent it becoming a necessary evil?
On the 13th of March 2012, Tim Schafer, Double Fine and 2 Player Productions made history. Continue reading “A Brief History of Kickstarter AKA Double Fine Adventure and Me” »
The UK videogame retailer, Game, has found itself in a state of dwindling resources (have they tried planet scanning?). Whilst the notion of this retailer becoming defunct sounds like it can do nothing but hurt the industry, the Level Or A Life team explain why the impending death of the only dedicated high street gaming chain will have very little, if any, effect on gamers.