Category Archives: Games

‘Uncharted 4’ and the Value of Objects

Recently I played my first ever Playstation game: Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End. The hype about this game is well deserved – it’s amazing, and really enjoyable to play. The lead character is Nathan Drake, a treasure hunting archaeology buff

‘Uncharted 4’ and the Value of Objects

Recently I played my first ever Playstation game: Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End. The hype about this game is well deserved – it’s amazing, and really enjoyable to play. The lead character is Nathan Drake, a treasure hunting archaeology buff

Moral Bureaucracy and Playing at War

It seems to me that the general tendency in computer games is to depict war in one of two main ways. Either you play as an individual soldier, charged with actively carrying out the task of killing, edging your way

Moral Bureaucracy and Playing at War

It seems to me that the general tendency in computer games is to depict war in one of two main ways. Either you play as an individual soldier, charged with actively carrying out the task of killing, edging your way

Lara Croft and the Excitement of History

One of the advantages of having a younger brother who is studying for an MA in computer game design is ready access to an expansive Steam library boasting a large range of titles, from peculiar indie games to the big

Lara Croft and the Excitement of History

One of the advantages of having a younger brother who is studying for an MA in computer game design is ready access to an expansive Steam library boasting a large range of titles, from peculiar indie games to the big