Memories of SEGA as Company Celebrates 60 Years

Founded in 1960, SEGA is celebrating its 60th anniversary in 2020.
Courtesy: Sega

There is currently a sale taking place on Steam where you can purchase SEGA published games for discounted prices as part of SEGA’s celebration of 60 year celebraton. I just happened to come across this last week and began reflecting on my own experiences with SEGA games. The company has also launched a SEGA 60th Anniversary site that I highly recommend you check out, especially if you’ve been a fan of games within the organization’s umbrella for any length of time. Continue Reading

Genshin Impact is the Best Bang for no Bucks

Free-to-play role playing game Genshin Impact has been all the rage since its release last month.

When The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild was released in March 2017, it was considered a true masterpiece in gaming. It can be argued that the Wii U and Nintendo Switch title is the grandest Nintendo title to date with a gigantic world that has a seemingly endless amount to do within The Legend of Zelda universe. Not surprisingly, Breath of the Wild is regarded as a game that defines a generation and one of the best of all time. It is also the inspiration for a newly released free-to-play game, Genshin Impact. Continue Reading

Ubisoft Games Allow Gamers To Explore Vast Worlds

My Uplay collection is full of games to lose yourself in.

The major video game publishers are all known for certain signature games. Electronic Arts is known for its Madden NFL, The Sims, and Battlefield games. Activision Blizzard publishes Call of Duty, World of Warcraft, and Overwatch. Tt Games is linked to the various LEGO video games we see coming out. But my focus for today’s post is going to be on the publisher known as Ubisoft. Continue Reading

The Best Sites for Updated Sports Rosters

With updated rosters, Clemson’s Trevor Lawrence (#16) can be in your NCAA Football 14 game.
Courtesy: YouTube (SG1 Sports – College Football)

Being that we are a few weeks into the new football season, within the postseasons of the National Basketball Association (NBA) and Major League Baseball (MLB), as well as just having finished the NHL Stanley Cup Finals (congrats to the Tampa Bay Lightning), I thought that this was just as good a time as any to do a post on the best places to find updated rosters for your sports video games. Long before sports game developers implemented downloadable rosters within their games, there existed a community of gamers who were already providing updated rosters for sports games online. For years I’ve benefited from the efforts of these fellow gamers that helped to extend the life of my sports games far beyond the annual cycle they were created for. Continue Reading