Tag: indie gaming

Top Five Things I’m Thankful for in Gaming

Being that this is Thanksgiving Week in the United States, I wanted to take some time and express my gratitude and appreciation for all that I’ve been able to enjoy in gaming throughout the year. For many people around the world, this has been… Continue Reading “Top Five Things I’m Thankful for in Gaming”

Have I Become ‘That’ Type of Gamer?

Throughout my life, I had always heard members of the previous generation talk about how much better things were during their heyday. Hearing them talk about the past would sometimes make me feel as if what I was experiencing in the present couldn’t even… Continue Reading “Have I Become ‘That’ Type of Gamer?”

Last Epoch: An Endorsement For Early Access Gaming

I’m a time travel geek. If that theme is in a book, movie, television show, anime, or video game; then I’m interested. That is the reason why Back to the Future is my favorite movie trilogy, Steins Gate is my favorite anime, and the… Continue Reading “Last Epoch: An Endorsement For Early Access 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”

Content Creation Should Be Appreciated

Before starting the TVGA YouTube Channel back in December, it had been quite a while since I had done anything video related. I graduated from college with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Broadcasting back in 2000 but my career path led me more… Continue Reading “Content Creation Should Be Appreciated”