Prequels are all well and good when they make sense, but I sometimes feel like they’re not all sensible decisions.
The sky is always falling on gaming forums for a select group of players.
Game exhaustion is a condition that can be avoided, with the right treatment.
Gamers have a couple key elements of having it good gaming experience, and I wish they followed them more instead of being fickle.
Community Managers establishing their credibility is one of the most under-the-radar, yet important skills, in games.
Gamers may want something right now, but developers might have a priority on their timeline that precludes that. Who’s right?
We all hated those high school cliques growing up, but do they really go away, even when enjoying your favorite games?
Some people lust after the good old days of a game, when in fact a more mature game is overall a better ticket to punch.
Pokemon Go continues to be hugely popular, but it’s not just because people are having fun catching ’em all.
Pokemon Go is out, and aside from a new Pokemon game ensuring the series stays relevant, it’s about a validation of tech that’s been experimented with for a while.