It’s been a hot topic on the Internet and among gaming communities. I wanted to put my thoughts on it right here, then move on to better things. I might make a hot coffee or something. The main concern put forward in the petition is that it encourages players to commit violence against women for
I still remember looking at you, wishing I had the will to keep loving you. There was something so inviting about you this time. You promised me so many new things, and delivered on them. I was ready, my body was ready, to embrace you whole-heartedly. I wanted to love you, so why couldn’t I?
I like Resident Evil 6. There, I said it. It’s something a lot of people do not, though. It comes from a love of the series old mechanics and gameplay. It doesn’t seem to be purely nostalgia, but a genuine love of how it worked. Beautiful, right? There’s a general dislike for modern games in
I love Age of Empires. It’s a great series, and one I felt reached a high point with Age of Empires Online. Unfortunately, with the announcement of the closure of Games For Windows Live, AoEO had a premature death. I had hoped it would be saved by the re-announcement that GFWL would stay, but those
Firefall, a game I played and recorded quite a bit of, got it’s official release a few days ago on Steam. While they still haven’t implemented PVP again in the same form I was enjoying, Red5 have come a long way with the game. Questing feels better, and it feels like there is actually some
I’ve been a massive fan of Wolfenstein since the very first game, Wolfenstein 3D. I played it briefly as a little kid before my grandparents decided it was too adult for me and restricted my access. I doubt kids of this generation would be phased by the pixels. When I hit early high school, I
I am almost completely happy with my purchase of Marvel Unlimited, where for the price of around seventy dollars a year I get access to almost all of Marvels decades of comics. The only problem I have with it is that recent issues take six months to come to the service. This is to encourage
1 When I first heard about the online installment of the Elder Scrolls series, I was ecstatic. I first heard about it late 2012, after getting into Guild Wars 2 and MMORPGs in general. To me, having Elder Scrolls translated to an online experience seemed fantastical. I was in love with the worlds of Oblivion and
I logged in today for a big surprise. I freaked and thought it was a bug for a few seconds, before I realized it is still the first of April somewhere in the world.