Author Archives: Oliver Jameson

About Oliver Jameson

19 year old British guy who loves niche games and gaming culture. Creator and editor-in-chief of Minus World. For more musings, gaming and otherwise, follow me on Twitter.

Nagi, a Surreal Auditory Experience Rooted in Video Games and Reconstruction

The concept of ‘gamification’, the application of game-playing elements to other activities, is a curious one. Whilst not strictly emerging conceptually from video games – rather, based primarily on the concept of a ‘game’ itself – it becomes easy for … Continue reading

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More In-Depth Switch Chat with SourceGaming and NintenDaan

Following on from my discussion about the Nintendo Switch UK Premiere with SourceGaming‘s PushDustIn, I made an appearance for the 24th episode of the SourceCast alongside games journalist Daan Koopman (NintenDaan) to talk more Switch, including impressions, hopes for the system and … Continue reading

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A Look at Work and Play with a Real-Life Street Fighter

Japanese culture series toco toco‘s latest episode follows pro gamer and EVO 2011 Super Street Fighter IV champion Fuudo, touring some of the day-to-day places he frequents for work and play. The video offers an interesting look into the offices of Dengeki, one … Continue reading

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Nintendo Switch UK Premiere Discussion with Source Gaming

I recently sat down with Source Gaming‘s PushDustIn to discuss my time at the Nintendo Switch UK Premiere, including my thoughts on the hardware itself and the currently announced first-party line-up. If you fancy hearing me expand on some of the bases … Continue reading

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The Overlooked Star of the Switch Presentation was Ken Ishii’s Slick DJ Set

Let’s all take a moment to appreciate what could possibly be the most overlooked aspect of last week’s live Nintendo Switch presentation – the ridiculously cool build-up DJ set from Ken Ishii. The Sapporo techno pioneer has something of a gaming … Continue reading

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Radical Dudes, Not-Game Boys and the late Hudson Soft – Culture Collection #17

It’s the first Culture Collection of the year! To start things off, let’s go right back to the start of 2017 and check out how l00scr3w spent his New Year’s Day morning – tinkering with Game Boys and Famiclones. Kaj2nd … Continue reading

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Nintendo Switch UK Premiere – Thoughts and Impressions

I was recently had the opportunity to attend the Nintendo Switch premiere event in London, which offered a number of fans the chance to get their hands on Nintendo’s latest console and a sampling of the first and third-party software it … Continue reading

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Introducing Level Up Club

I’m pleased to introduce Level Up Club, a collective of video game content creators from a variety of different mediums, with the aim of sharing and promoting high-quality content with fans worldwide. Minus World’s content will be featured as a … Continue reading

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Cookie Cutters, Fast Cars and Post-Christmas Cheer – Culture Collection #16

Let’s bring the year to a close with the final instalment of Culture Collection in 2016. Starting with a few post-Christmas curiosities, here’s a handmade, Dragon Quest-inspired diorama that Jeremy (of Ribbon Black) made for his brother, complete with custom Slime wrapping … Continue reading

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In Fitting with the Season, Here’s a Nintendo-Sanctioned Version of Wham!’s ‘Last Christmas’ on the Super Famicom

Yes, you read that right. This unused 16-bit cover of Wham!’s ‘Last Christmas’ was featured as a part of Do-Re-Mi De~Fa!, a digital music magazine distributed via the Super Famicom’s Satellaview service, which we’ve been talking about an awful lot this … Continue reading

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