To be enabled into something is one thing, but to add enabling behavior on the internet definitely has an exponentially larger feeling.
Some people like the heroes they play in a game, from the beginning, to come inexplicably well-equipped to fight evil, kick ass and take names, and otherwise just be the unstoppable force that rips through minions and sub-bosses like they were a hot knife through
Amazon’s Prime Day is over, but the best part of it may just be what wasn’t sold.
OVerwatch now has competitive play, which means the ideal period of post-release euphoria has come to an end.
It’s one thing to be a real-life celebrity, but to be internet famous brings with it its own equivalent set of difficulties.
Cellphones were bricks once, and then shrank. But the age of the smartphone means that we could be just around the corner from “size does matter” again.
There’s still a bit of honor in today’s PvPers depending on the game you’re following, but it hasn’t been that way for a while.
Looking in the mirror when it comes to posting online content isn’t something most serial arguers like to do.
Games in certain genres have come and go in my list over the years, but the JRPG remains constant as one I’ve always kept being excited for.
Courtesy of theBerry. Seriously…that looks so bad for you but yet so good. And it looks so sweet it could give people tooth decay. Kinda like me, right? Tweet