Xanadu Next is a labyrinth of concealed treasures: its title is derived from Kubla Khan, a famous poem written in a dream state by the infamous opiate… Read more “Xanadu Next Review — GameSpew”
Games are at their best, at least in my view, when they give you an open canvas full of mystery and secrets. No one wants to be… Read more “The Importance of Mystery: Top 3 Enigmatic Games — GameSpew”
Something about this concept of a descent into the darkest place appeals to a deep part of our psyche. We recognise it as a journey we all must make (in a metaphorical sense). There are plenty of examples of it in modern culture – the myth is alive and well.
Hello everyone, It’s a busy time of the year, and as we pass Halloween and move into the realms of Christmas, creeping slowly backward in time every year… Read more “Think Where Glory Begins And Ends: Lessons in Friendship & Creativity”
Hi everyone, This is something of a self-plug so I do apologise: occasionally I succumb to them just as the gnarly moss addict succumbs to licking cavern… Read more “A Shameless, Shameless, Plug”
I was going to post a very angry blog about gratitude and how ingratitude is perhaps one of the deepest sins imaginable, and, as you can probably… Read more “Returning to Our Past Selves”
Hello everyone. Earlier this week I managed, at long last, after hours of sweat and toil and blood and tears, to finish the legendary Dark Souls. I… Read more “Videogames As Art”