Yes, Games Are For Everyone

In this post, Milla talks about their experiences with games accessibility in light of recent events surrounding a game called Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice.

Featured image description: Image is of a samurai in front of a burning Japanese-style temple. Text at top says "Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice" whereas the text on the bottom says "Take revenge. Restore your honour. Kill ingeniously."

Assessment Centres and Initial Thoughts

As part of my preparation for life after I graduate, I have been spending some time throughout my last year at university learning about the graduate recruitment system that I would have to deal with to get a job at a major employer. The workshop I attended recently was about assessment centres and what I would have to deal with. (cont.)

(Image is of a person in a suit holding a handbag leaping towards a hill with the word "JOB" on it at sunset.)

Noise Cancelling Liberation

In this post, Subtle discusses a trial run they did of their new noise-cancelling headphones at the recent People's Vote March.

(Image is of two old women holding yellow signs saying "Europe Innit! Defend Free Movement". The woman on the left is standing in front of a red phone box.)

A World of Possibilities

In this post, Subtle discusses their dilemma they have planning their life after they graduate.

(Featured image description: Image contains a view of Planet Earth from outer space. Most of Africa, Eastern Europe and the Middle East can be seen during the day. The rest is in darkness.)

Subtly Subjective #02 – Super Mario Galaxy

In this second entry of Subtly Subjective, Subtle discusses their time with Super Mario Galaxy on the Wii.

(Featured image description: Two white men wearing blue overalls. The man in front is wearing a red hat and is holding a star. The man behind is wearing a green hat and is doing an arm punch. Background is mostly blue.)