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Missing the Obvious: Limited World

Missing the Obvious: Limited World

Open world games are a fundamental part of modern video gaming. The technology exists now that vast, incredible, imaginative worlds that a player can explore and find lots of completely ingenious things hidden in every nook and every cranny can be created. But to quote a line from Star Trek (movie number six if you’re ... Read More »

Missing the Obvious: Silence SCUMM

Missing the Obvious: Silence SCUMM

The day I write this (currently a Monday with all the trimmings of Spring) is a glorious day. I’m putting aside Mass Effect, which I’m doing an article on. I’m ending my quest to get 100% on Lego Lord of the Rings. I’ve even stopped my foolish crusade at restarting Skyrim from scratch including deleting all of my old s... Read More »

Missing the Obvious: Strategically Console

Missing the Obvious: Strategically Console

I can list the amount of strategy games that worked on a console this past generation on one hand. Shall I list them for you? OK, I will, and just so you know whilst this is also my opinion, it is complete irrefutable fact… Honest: Halo Wars Civilization Revolution Tropico (Series) Suffice to say that it has not been a... Read More »

Missing The Obvious: The Next Decent Star Trek Game

Missing The Obvious: The Next Decent Star Trek Game

The fall of Star Trek in video games is nothing new, although it isn’t really documented properly. What do I mean by that? Well, every time you see a Star Trek game released, or mentioned, budding journalists – who are all my age and have very fond memories of getting in from school and watching The Next Ge... Read More »

Missing the Obvious: Easy Money

Missing the Obvious: Easy Money

Note: like most articles on casual games, this article has been created with little research into the subject or my fellow commuters, much to their annoyance of hearing my iPad keyboard tapping. Video games are the in the business of making money, correct? Well mostly, It’s the people that give you the games, the... Read More »