Month: July 2021

IN THE NEWS: Does Nintendo Switch Now Have a Competitor?

The handheld gaming market has long been dominated by Nintendo while mobile gaming has grown by leaps and bounds within the last decade. Sony has tried its hand in the market with the PlayStation Portable (PSP) and the PlayStation Vita, but both systems have… Continue Reading “IN THE NEWS: Does Nintendo Switch Now Have a Competitor?”

Don’t Let The Title “3 Out of 10” Fool You

I’m always on the hunt for free games. They are in abundance these days. I remain in a state of shock at how the gaming industry has transformed since I was a child. During my formative years, being a consumer was simple. You bought… Continue Reading “Don’t Let The Title “3 Out of 10” Fool You”

Can Gamers Become Too Entitled?

The internet has been a blessing and a curse when it comes to our human existence. From one perspective, it has allowed people to connecting a way that wasn’t previously possible. But the other side can counter with the viewpoint that it has allowed… Continue Reading “Can Gamers Become Too Entitled?”

IN THE NEWS: Assassin’s Creed is Going Live Service

There is no doubt that live service games are making astronomical amounts of money. Games like Fortnite, Grand Theft Auto Online, Destiny 2, Call of Duty: Warzone, Dota 2, and Rainbow Six Siege are just a handful of the live service games that have… Continue Reading “IN THE NEWS: Assassin’s Creed is Going Live Service”

Why I’m Not Into Review Scores

I have a bone to pick with review scores. Yes, I get that it is a staple within video gaming media that is used universally to assign a numerical value to games as an evaluation of whether they are worth one’s attention or not.… Continue Reading “Why I’m Not Into Review Scores”