Ah, 2019. You kind of sucked. I mean I guess you started okay, but around the halfway point you took a turn for the worse and I’m glad to see you go. But you know what’s always been good to me? Games. I played a lot of games this year. Read into my escapism however…
In the brief, halcyon days of peripheral based video games, one franchise shaped an entire generation’s musical tastes and knowledge.
Sorry, I’m not talking about DDR.
If you could go back and do high school over again, with your adult brain and all your precious adult knowledge and experiences intact, would you do it? Games let us do just this, at least for a little while.
I’ll be streaming Vampire the Masquerade: Bloodlines with my pal Zack today at 4:00 PM EDT (1:00 PM PDT)! We’re raising money for RAICES, the Refugee and Information Center for Education and Legal Services. They’re a 501(c)(3) nonprofit agency that “promotes justice by providing free and low-cost legal services to underserved immigrant children, families, and…
A Realm Reborn is finished, but instead I muse on old game communities.
In which we create a character, learn what a tank is, and get very intimate with a troll.
I’m playing Final Fantasy XIV for the first time, which is to say I’m playing an MMO for the first time. Which is to say I use this opportunity to ramble about Halo: Combat Evolved for a bit.
Your friend is bitten by a werewolf and you better help them find a cure before your playtest group breaks your game by finding infinite cure token loopholes after burying and then resurrecting occult leaders over and over again.
First by carriage and now by boat. To the east. To Morrowind.
I did it. After about three weeks of solid play, I’ve completed my first ever 3D Zelda game. It only took me damn near 25 years to do it. I won’t linger on it, because what else can be said about Ocarina of Time that hasn’t been discussed to death. But out of everything the game offered,…