Always enjoy reading and discovering these articles and critiques on the genre. Articulated to a higher degree on gaming as an artistic medium, would recommend this article to those interested in gaming as a broader genre of art. Continue reading Are Video Games Art?
“From a legitimate artistic exhibition that showcased the talents of the development teams and the political maturity games software finds itself charting, to a return visit to one of my favourite global stores and concluding with a behemoth release that in truth continues to both impress and frustrate in equal measures.” Continue reading A Gaming Year in Review 2018
“For those familiar with the world of Syndicate the Tower is a location accessible when you have passed through the Temporal Glitch depositing your chosen protagonist before Tower Bridge in its glory to the East and the Tower itself to the North. Whilst the predominant majority of the games historical time frame is set around the Victorian era of Queen Victoria, this portion of the narrative is set around the First World War creating a slightly different atmosphere and character of the city, on the surface at the very least.” Continue reading On Tour With Assassin’s Creed Syndicate: The Tower of London to Tower Bridge
“A wealth and abundance of riches, choosing a single piece from this composer whose scores are as renowned as the worlds he brings to life in his compositions was daunting prospect. A number of his tracks have had a different impact on me as I have grown up and become aware of the impact he alone has had on the cultural resonance.” Continue reading 10 Composers, 10 Great Movie Themes