Uncharted comes out with its final installment next week, and its everyman hero has carried the load of why it’s been so successful.
Facebook tests and quizzes used to be all the rage, but these days they’ve fallen from grace.
Game of Thrones has mastered the art of the payoff, even if it puts its characters through hell to do it.
There’s days when you don’t want to have to worry about pressing the right buttons or controls in sequence to succeed at games, and that’s where titles with little to no mechanics come in.
I messed up in a lot of games, but it took me knowing how badly I messed up to get better at them.
Strategy games have always been known to have two sides to them, but I’ve never been about anything else but the story campaign.
Forum reporters are sometimes seen as snitches or people who can’t wrangle a situation in the community themselves. But I wish it wasn’t like that.
A new computer delayed my post from yesterday, but considering how time flew while I assembled it, it was totally worth it.
People have a notion that others get too offended on the internet, but perhaps the reason that’s the case is something that’s an inward factor, not an outward one.
The internet has some pretty dark places, but none more consistently hellish than the comments section.