Elite: Dangerous

When I was a boy, my first introduction to computers was, like many people of my generation in the UK, on the BBC Micro. It was an excellent microcomputer that was perfect for use in schools because it was incredibly robust, very fast to boot and therefore to restart if you needed to, and simple to start programming in BBC BASIC. It was also home to Elite, which was not only one of the first game with 3D graphics, but also one of the first games with a massive open universe that you could explore and experience in a number of different … Continue reading Elite: Dangerous