Tagged: gaming

Vulkan and DX12: The Future of Graphics

By: | Mar 24, 2015

Originally this post was gonna be me spazzing out about more video games, but right as I created a blank post I ran into a tweet about DirectX 12. DirectX has been around for AGES and it’s what most game companies use to actually get their games running in 3D on PC with the Direct3D… Read more »

Inspirational in Ireland

By: | Mar 22, 2015

With St. Patrick’s day come and gone I think now is a great time to talk about how I spent my spring break, in the beautiful green country of Ireland!   Now I was very hesitant on going out of the country before this trip, what with all the schoolwork I’ve been keeping up with… Read more »

Finding Inspiration & Knowledge

By: | Feb 24, 2015

Today I’d like to discuss the ideas of growing in a skill as well as being inspired and motivated to do so. It’s a topic I’ve had on my mind a lot lately, especially with a ton of new games with visual diversity that we’ve missed out on with all of the realism in gaming… Read more »

Steam Sales Spell Suffering

By: | Jul 18, 2014

  Hope all you readers are having an excellent summer! It’s the close of Week 6 here at UAT, so all classes are finally in full swing (and let me tell you those workloads in 300 and 400 level classes are impressive). I would say I’m drowning in the work, but it’s so hot in… Read more »

Games Need Great Stories Too

By: | May 30, 2014

A really great game should have a great story to go along with it, or at least in my opinion anyway.  With this practically being the age of FPS dominance sometimes I feel sadly along in that sentiment.  I know that I’m not actually alone in this matter but with so much praise heaped upon… Read more »