Month: April 2021

IN THE NEWS: The Constant Anti-Cheat Battle

It can be said that Call of Duty: Warzone is currently Activision’s hottest commodity right now. While the Call of Duty brand has long been a lucrative franchise, it was the focus on the free-to-play, player versus player (PvP) battle royale that helped Call… Continue Reading “IN THE NEWS: The Constant Anti-Cheat Battle”

WHAT I’M PLAYING: World War Z

Why are not more people talking about World War Z? Not the movie starring Brad Pitt, but the video game that bears the same name. I can’t say that I’m the biggest fan of zombie games, but I’m also not against them either as… Continue Reading “WHAT I’M PLAYING: World War Z”

Exercise Caution When Downloading Mods

Mods are absolutely terrific. I can not imagine gaming without them. Ever since I first got into computer gaming in the early 2000s, I’ve been fascinated by ways that people have been able to modify assets within video games to create totally new experiences… Continue Reading “Exercise Caution When Downloading Mods”

IN THE NEWS: Mobile Platform Dominating Gaming Industry

I don’t spend much time discussing mobile gaming because I don’t have enough experience with the platform to provide informed opinions on it. But I am aware of its humongous presence in the gaming industry. There are many gamers today that have never touched… Continue Reading “IN THE NEWS: Mobile Platform Dominating Gaming Industry”

Will I Finish Fire Emblem: Three Houses This Year?

Fire Emblem: Three Houses is one of the best games of the past few years and, for me, one of the greatest that I’ve ever played. I’ve accumulated more than 60 hours so far and I don’t even think I’ve reached the halfway point.… Continue Reading “Will I Finish Fire Emblem: Three Houses This Year?”