Month: May 2021

IN THE NEWS: What is Going on With Ubisoft?

It was nearly a year ago that a French newspaper named Libération blew the lid off of what has been described as a “toxic culture” at Ubisoft. Normally, I like to wait to hear with the accused side says before ever jumping to any… Continue Reading “IN THE NEWS: What is Going on With Ubisoft?”

There’s More To Life Than Video Games

I absolutely love gaming. It is one of my favorite hobbies and I will unapologetically admit that to anybody. Despite what some people make think, I am not ashamed one bit that something that I discovered and enjoyed as a child is the same… Continue Reading “There’s More To Life Than Video Games”

BOTS or PLAYERS: Should a Gamer Have to Choose?

I am a big fan of bots in multiplayer shooting games. This is because playing online with other players doesn’t really appeal to me. There are occasions when I will play a Call of Duty game online here and there, but those are rare… Continue Reading “BOTS or PLAYERS: Should a Gamer Have to Choose?”

IN THE NEWS: Could Competition Revive Sports Gaming?

Sports gaming has lacked real competition for a long time and it is believed by many sports gamers that the quality of games has suffered as a result. Sure, companies such as Electronic Arts and Take-Two Interactive (parent company of 2K) are making bigger… Continue Reading “IN THE NEWS: Could Competition Revive Sports Gaming?”

Troubleshooter: Abandoned Children is a True Hidden Gem

If you were to ask the casual gamer if he/she has played Troubleshooter: Abandoned Children, chances are that person would stare at you blankly. It is a turn-based tactics game developed by a Korean company named Dandylion. If you put in a Google search… Continue Reading “Troubleshooter: Abandoned Children is a True Hidden Gem”