You know how people use ideas from movies to help them make their point? What if video games could be used in that way? If you prefer to not see my face. Find us
What if, you can play video games, and call it learning? Seriously. If you prefer to not see my face. Find us on Spotify or the podcast platform of your choice.
I would say to anyone who wants to listen that gaming is good for you. On the work podcast this week we try and look at this, by looking at gaming and stress. More
Struggling with kids playing video games over the summer holidays? Worried that they should be outside playing in the rain, instead of playing on the switch / xbox playstation, for, the, 15th, hour, straight…
I’ve been meaning to post this up here – yeah I do a gaming podcast thing for work. In this episode, I end up accidentally taking a quiz to see if I’m addicted to
RIP Google Stadia. If you’re not sure what Google Stadia is / was, it was basically Netflix for games. Yeap, like Netflix, allows you to watch movies online, Stadia – the same with gaming.
This weeks GeeKast is a bit long. Sorry about that. But, its long as we spend lot of time fanboying over Critical Role – particularly Exandria Unlimited: Kymal (perfect if you just want to
Christmas 2020, I wrote a little round up of Nintendo Switch Games to get you started. If you’ve not read it yet – go give it a read, I’ll be here. They are great
This is one of those weeks where I’m questioning if I’m old. As well as recovering from “a fall”, we’ve found ourselves excited over new floor in our bathroom (its been a while), and
The hope behind this post is that it becomes a bit of a library of material to read and watch in regards to how we relate to video games either as parents, through a