Game Pass is an Amazing Subscription Service

Microsoft’s Xbox Game Pass provides plenty of gaming goodness for the Xbox One and PC gamer.

If you look at the statistics on the highest selling video game platforms, Nintendo Switch and Playstation 4 currently the lead the way. Since the Switch’s release, the system has been on fire when it comes to sales. I view the Switch as the next evolution of the Wii U as Nintendo took the beginning of the console/handheld hybrid system they began with the Wii U and brought it to completion with the Switch. The result is an amazing system that you can play at home or on the go with an ever expanding library that includes new releases, exclusive remasters/re-releases and a host of indie titles. The Playstation 4, on the other hand has remained the favorite in the Sony versus Microsoft battle. But there is something that Microsoft is doing that both Nintendo and Sony haven’t come close to implementing or trying. Continue Reading

As Free as it Gets

The “Free Games” tab above is your gateway to accessing games that won’t cost you anything.

There has never been a time in gaming that can be compared to what is happening right now. If you want to spend hundreds of dollars on one game, you can. Want to spend the normal $59.99 for a new game? That’s available too. What about games on sale? Covered. But what is unprecedented in video game history is the sheer amount of games that you can play for free. Yes, F-R-E-E. This means that you don’t have to spend a penny. In some cases, all that is required is a few minutes of time to sign up for a free account with a game client or subscribe to a newsletter. Continue Reading

Welcome to the Video Gaming Portal

The pull down menus at the top of the page link to a variety of gaming resources.

Hello and welcome to the site where you will find a wealth of video gaming information and resources that are just clicks away. What this website represents is my knowledge and experience I’ve gained from more than 35 years of gaming. From the old school arcades and the Atari 2600 to the PC and the Nintendo Switch I play on today, I have enjoyed gaming ever since I first experienced it in the early 1980s. This love continues to endure to this day. Continue Reading