Lettherebegames is a blog dedicated to explaining the latest game crazes; helping people to understand video game terminology and helping parents to understand what is going on in the world of video games.
An LTM is something that didn't really exist up until a few years ago and the actual acronym "LTM" is something that has only sprung up within the past year or so. LTM stands for "Limited Time Gamemode" and is as simple as it sounds- it's a gamemode that is only available for a short … Continue reading Jargon buster #8: LTM
Game name: Overwatch Developer Publisher Platform(s) Score 9.5/10 Age Rating 12+ Overwatch is a game that I've been meaning to do a review of for a while but never gotten round to it. Overwatch is a very interesting game to talk about, because the concept that the game is based around has never existed in … Continue reading Overwatch
inspired by Kim's post over on later levels I've decided that for this jargon buster I'll be talking about the difference between an online competitive game and a non-competitive singleplayer game. An online competitive game is a game that you play online with other people and in which your main objective is to try to win. an … Continue reading Jargon Buster #7: online competitive games and singleplayer games.
Game name AbzÛ Developer Giant Squid Publisher 505 games Platform(s) PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Microsoft Windows Score 8/10 Age Rating 7+ Today I'm going to be talking about Abzu (the name is really hard to type and so I'll be leaving out the accent), a game in which you play as a strange "creature" (more … Continue reading Abzû
Does your child own a PS4? Do they want some new games? Well, here's two games you can pick up really cheap on the PS+ store right now! 1.Star Wars Battlefront (2015) current PlayStation store price: £3.99 Despite having reviewed the sequel to this game, I haven't actually played the first game very much, and … Continue reading 2 great PS4 games you can pick up cheap right now.
For today’s jargon buster, I’m going to talk about what a DLC is, and what it stands for. This particular jargon buster relates to my upcoming review of Call Of Duty Black ops 3 ( I say upcoming but it’s going to take me a little while to finish the campaign) I thought I’d tell … Continue reading Jargon Buster #6: DLC
I know I said that my last Fortnite post was the final Fortnite post but I think I was a bit to hard on the game, and after playing it quite a bit I have decided to re-evaluate it. Also, my last post focused more on some of the stuff surrounding the game and not … Continue reading The actual final Fortnite post
Game name: Lego worlds Developer Tt games Publisher Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment Platform(s) Microsoft Windows, PS4, Xbox, Nintendo Switch. Score 8/10 Age Rating 7+ Today I'm going to be talking about Lego worlds, a game that is among 67 other lego games in existence (since 1995), but what makes Lego worlds different, is that it … Continue reading Lego worlds
Edit: I was tired when I wrote this. I ramble a bit. This is now my second post about Fortnite (not including my mum’s post about her opinions on Fortnite) and I plan this to be my last post about Fortnite because I’d much rather be writing about other things, but with the huge popularity … Continue reading The final Fortnite post (It’s not)
For this jargon buster, I'm going to talk about what a Triple-A game is, and the difference between a triple-A game and an indie game. A triple-A game is a game that is developed by a well-known developer and published by a well-known publisher. These games often cost £60/ $60 and have high budgets and … Continue reading Jargon Buster #5: Triple-A