Did you know: around a quarter of children in the UK think that, if a website is listed on Google, then it has been through some kind of authentication process and its content can be trusted. Here are some graphics that I pulled off an Ofcom report from 2017. I do not claim any expertise […]Read more "Children in an Online World"
Hi everyone, This is just a quick post because it’s N7 Day, when we celebrate all things Mass Effect. It goes without saying that Mass Effect is not just one of my favourite game franchises, but probably one of my favourite Science Fiction franchises of all time. The attention to detail and the depth of […]Read more "Happy N7 Day – Keelah se’lai"
It has been a long time since I gave you an update on my progress through the Heleus Cluster. Truth be told, I went through quite a long period of not playing Andromeda because there was so much else going on. I put some time in a while ago and then had a break and […]Read more "The Andromeda Experience – 8"
Had a bit of a break from Mass Effect but I’ve spent a couple of nights getting on with it and thought I would check in with another of these short posts. I decided to go back to Eos and finish things off there. I didn’t know there was anything left to finish off after […]Read more "The Andromeda Experience – 6"
Right, now I’m into the story a bit more. Having cleared out Eos and got as far as that can go for the time being, I did all the enforced conversation stuff on the Tempest and then decided to immerse myself in the next bit of the story by flying off to Aya, home of […]Read more "The Andromeda Experience – 5"
Eos. This is the first new part of Mass Effect Andromeda that I’ve found since I started. The introductory part had all followed a pattern that was quite familiar. However, I took my ship, The Tempest, out for a spin into the Heleus Cluster to the first world to which I had been directed. After playing […]Read more "The Andromeda Experience – 3"
ZX Spectrum 48k. That was my first experience of a home computer: rubber keys and all. When Dad brought it home and unwrapped it, I entered a new world of entertainment. Granted, that world was made up of some weird game called Biorhythms where you controlled the population of foxes, rabbits and plants (seriously, I […]Read more "R is for Right Trigger"