I wrote about video game dungeons and spoke to a host of level designers and experts for GamesMaster magazine. You can pick up an issue of the copy here!
Astrid is a games journalist living in Bournemouth. She's the Editor-in-chief of Indie Haven, co-host of the Gameographers and the Real Heroes podcasts, and has freelance pieces published on Waypoint.
Kirby fans and comrades alike will be pleased to know that revolutionary German philosopher Karl Marx was announced as a playable character in Kirby Star Allies during tonight’s Nintendo Direct. The colourful platforming […]
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