I like getting hyped for games, but several unique gaming marketing campaigns have made a couple critical changes to get people hyped.
Gamers have made their own language through shorthand terms over the years, and it’s definitely helped give the culture its own identity.
Building games may be slower paced and not as exciting, but what they do provide is the right amount of design creativity and zen-like relaxation.
Civilization is video gaming’s most celebrated strategy franchise, but I’m not into it as much as other people are.
A good game has the kind of action that is memorable, but an amazing theme can put it over the top.
I still get excited over game cinematics, whether they are in trailer form or in the game.
I used to have a ton of games on a dusty looking shelf, but as the collection got larger and time passed, digital has become my go-to format.
Completing every single thing in a game used to be my thing, but I’ve come to be a big procrastinator about it.
An online community turns into something entirely different when the human element is added, and Community people know it.
Liking a game a lot makes you feel good, but sometimes encountering certain people in the community can sour that significantly.