Monthly Archives: April 2015

Portal 2

Published on: Author: Matt Leave a comment

Valve’s much-loved Portal 2 was, perhaps, one of the more obvious commercial games to play as part of a project that looks at communication and collaboration skills, as it features a particularly robust and inventive cooperative mode. From a practical point of view, it is also worth noting that the cooperative portion of the game… Continue reading

A Journey for two

Published on: Author: Carmen 1 Comment

There are many things to be said about Journey, and they are all good things. Starting with the absolutely gorgeous scenery and its interplay with the atmospheric musical score, continuing with the inexplicit story line which requires a bit of imagination to fill in the gaps, and finishing up with the rather few instructions the… Continue reading