Nook’s Cranny #11 – Gaming In The Post-Lockdown Fever

As soon as 18 days from now we could be allowed to meet up to six people indoors in the UK. As long as everything in the lockdown roadmap goes to plan, all restrictions could be abandoned by June! Considering the fact that steps 1 and 2 of the roadmap have seemingly been going well so far, we think it’s time to start planning for your first games night with your friends in person.  Continue reading Nook’s Cranny #11 – Gaming In The Post-Lockdown Fever

Nook’s Cranny #5 – Best Video Games Made By Womxn

This March is Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day and with that comes some highly recommended video games made by womxn. The gaming community was once dominated by men, meaning games were made by men for men. These days it is considerably more inclusive and we’re all happy to see it! Here are some of the best video games made by womxn. Continue reading Nook’s Cranny #5 – Best Video Games Made By Womxn

Nook’s Cranny #4 – Why You Should Still Be Playing Skyrim 10 Years After Its Release

The Elder Scrolls: Skyrim is turning 10 years old this November and it’s hardly believable… Thousands of people still regularly play the game and with no accurate idea as to when the next Elder Scrolls installment will be, here’s a few reasons as to why you should still be playing Skyrim all these years later. Continue reading Nook’s Cranny #4 – Why You Should Still Be Playing Skyrim 10 Years After Its Release