Category Archives: PC Gaming Nonsense

How Dark Souls Changed Every Other Game

Game Changers – Blogs Of The Round Table October 2013 Some games are great because they are technically excellent; others because they change the way we play games; others because they change the world around us. You have been commissioned to choose a videogame for an upcoming museum exhibit. You can choose any game released from November 2005 until the present day, on any hardware. Choose the most important game, or just pick your favourite. What’s your Game Changer? Everybodies reality exists in a subjective bubble. Bars and criteria for how artifacts are judged and consumed float in a variable…

Gaming with the Leap Motion

The Leap Motion is an odd little thing. At around half the size of a credit card, it’s a motion controller for your PC which only recognises the human hand, rather than the whole body like, say, the Kinect would do. This means it can operate with a far greater level of precision than Microsoft’s big black contraption. Having picked up a Leap recently, I thought it’d be a good idea to take a look at the device from the point of view of the PC gamer, and try to honestly answer the question of whether or not it’s actually…