Here’s my top 10 games from 2019. Tidy!
Just when I thought 2017 couldn’t be topped, 2018 happened. On a personal level, I finally got a paid job in an industry I love. When it… Read more “Dragon Gaming’s game of the year – best of 2018”
Assist Modes in games are getting more and more common. In the last two years alone, Spider-Man, Super Mario Odyssey, Celeste, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, Persona 5… Read more “Assist Modes are making games easier, and that’s okay”
Read Dragon Gaming’s review of Celeste, which is an excellent 2D platformer. But it’s so much more than that.
2017: what a momentous year for gaming. From tired franchises given a new breath of life to Nintendo’s long-overdue renaissance, it’s been one hell of a wild… Read more “Dragon Gaming’s game of the year – best of 2017”
Slick action-RPG Horizon: Zero Dawn is Guerrilla Games’ best effort yet, blowing gamers and critics away with its giant, meaningful open world and gripping action. The title… Read more “Dutch influence in Horizon: Zero Dawn”
I really, really enjoyed writing my article on Welsh representation in gaming; it felt damn good to write about two of the things that have shaped my… Read more “More representation of Wales and the Welsh in gaming”
Gameplay, graphics, controls and multiplayer tend to be the most common factors people bring up when talking about video games; yet, soundtracks and sound design are often glossed… Read more “Five games with phenomenal soundtracks”
Gaming has changed a hell of a lot over the last 20 years. Some of these changes have been positive, adding to the players’ experiences and enhancing… Read more “Gaming 20 years ago: The good and the bad”
There’s more than meets the eye in BeautiFun Games’ dark and twisted 2D puzzle-platformer. Despite being overlooked by most, 2012’s Nihilumbra is a game with an atmosphere so… Read more “A look back at Nihilumbra, a five-year-old indie gem that you probably missed”