Archive for September, 2010

Review: Enslaved (demo)

I realise I mostly talk about books on here… I want to try and rectify this because I really do play a lot of games (a lot of games) and watch a lot of films. Let’s take the first baby step with the Enslaved demo.
So what makes a good demo?
Put someone in too early and the [...]

Review: Zero History by William Gibson

Zero History
Slick and interesting, Zero History turns fashion and marketing trends into the stuff of spy thrillers. This time Gibson’s hit it straight on the head, the book’s swagger and cool all seems genuine, not forced.
I’ve been reading Gibson for a long time. Not since Neuromancer was first published, obviously, I would have been five, [...]