Strategy games have always been known to have two sides to them, but I’ve never been about anything else but the story campaign.
PAX East is on this weekend, and with it means I remember what got me attending and working them in the first place – community.
The hype train frequently leaves the station, but if I can help it, I try not to be on it.
FAQs used to be the garlic to my vampiric game existence – but as with many elements with your gamer experience, things change.
Gaming for playing games is fun and all, but if you set goals, you’ll get to where you’re trying to be without even trying.
Mute and Ignore are not the tools of the toxic.
Heroes have their epic moments but the ones that don’t act like them to crack a joke or play a bit on the lighter side are just as memorable to me.
Hardcore vs. Casual players is an argument as old as online gaming is, but it’s especially rough when the loot race is involved.
It might be tempting to pull out ye olde torches and pitchforks when something doesn’t go right with a game, but storming the castle is less effective than you think.
I’m a one trick pony gamer typically, and proud of it.