I’ve barely caught the alt-itis bug, but I understand why some people want to make multiple versions of their characters in games.
Checkpointing has to be the best part of modern games today.
Gaming terminology has been around for a while but it’s now starting to gain traction and more common use in games.
Social media is everywhere these days, but I’ve decided that I can’t particularly stand by and let things like social media accounts cloud people’s judgment of the tech as a whole.
Playing the invincible, indefatigable hero is all well and good, but when it comes to game protagonists, give me an underdog any time.
Games can get frustrating sometimes when you fail at them, but failing doesn’t mean you can’t ultimately succeed at them.
The gulf between gamers and sports fans is closing, and E-sports acts as the bridge.
Gaming isn’t something I can do as much these days, but I have a feeling that some people are settling and they shouldn’t.
Picking up games after months, perhaps years of play, I’m finding that the best games out there are the ones I remember.
Uncharted comes out with its final installment next week, and its everyman hero has carried the load of why it’s been so successful.