Tagged: gaming

When is a Story too Much?

By: | Feb 1, 2016

Hello All, There are many popular game series that have been surviving for years and years. Some even since the beginning of gaming itself. These games have been doing well in terms of making money so it seems right for the creators and publishers to continue to pumping out sequels upon sequels. This makes sense… Read more »

Benefit of the Doubt

By: | Oct 28, 2015

One thing that tends to happen on the internet all the time is just the spamming of pure, unfiltered hate.  I understand that people get mad and that they need to vent but people most of the time need to chill out.  Right now for instance, there is quite a lot of hate swirling around… Read more »

Sticking it to the Joystick – Game Controller Elitism

By: | Oct 22, 2015

Gaming is… an enigma. There are so many facets of video games that it can often seem overwhelming. Even outside of choosing a video game itself, there are options like the monitor, the console, the internet connectivity, the sensitivity and video settings, and intriguingly enough… the controller. Game controllers are something that may seem like… Read more »

Saintly Evil

By: | Jul 31, 2015

Games most of the time tend to keep things fairly cut and dry.  In that way things are transparent for the player, and more often than not the choices are very easily discernible from one another.  It’s either “Saintly Hero” or “Heartless Monster.” The original Bioshock is an excellent example of this system at work…. Read more »