My sister is currently 26, has her Juris Doctorate, and practices law in Georgia. She intends to take the New York bar exam in hopes of passing the universal bar in 2018. Hearing this, you wouldn’t think that she cared about games, or even had time to play games, right? But she, and her childhood […]Read more "A Physician got Me Gaming"
I told my father on my way to the theatre that I was “ready to be angry.” If you’re going into the theatre expecting some To Kill A Mockingbird-level book-to-film adaptation, turn around, go sit in your car, and cry.Read more "Rage Quit: Ready Player One"
Success and failure are all about growth. Life is a learning exercise, and although there’s no Terry Schott-esque Game to win at the end, the lessons you learn can be passed on.Read more "Finding Yourself Through a Crippling Fear of Success"
For many of us as gamers, our “New Year” celebration is 2-4 days long sometime in June or July, and we’ve lovingly called it E3. During those few glorious days we learn of new games, get fun tidbits of upcoming games that we were already pretty excited for, and bear with the disappointment of realizing the games we truly desired were probably delayed… again (looking at you, Kingdom Hearts 3).Read more "2017, Meet 2018. It’s Here to Replace You."
I’ve enjoyed each of these titles a great deal, and would honestly recommend them to any of you reading this, as they’re full of beautiful stories and exciting quests: new worlds to which we can escape.Read more "The Greatest Games of 2017"
you can determine whether a lootbox or micro-transaction system is wrong or not. Does the game truly lack without it? No? Carry on.Read more "Pay $1.99 for Full Article"
While talking with these parents, and specifically those of younger children, they ask what educational games are available for XYZ system. Truth be told, there aren’t many, if there are any at all, and that’s kind of a big deal.Read more "A Note to Parents:"
it’s time to shop for your holiday party (or those that throw a lot of parties). From console games to card games, board games and more, there are quite a few options when it comes to party games, and luckily for you, I’ve narrowed it down to a fairly sturdy list.Read more "Gaming Gift-Giving Guide: Party Edition"