Tag: The Video Gamer's Advocate

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?”

Why I Use My PS4 Controller For PC Gaming

The Super Nintendo controller is my favorite controller of all time when it comes to gaming. I loved the feel of it and how responsive it was from games such as Super Mario World and Street Fighter II Turbo to NBA Jam and Killer… Continue Reading “Why I Use My PS4 Controller For PC Gaming”

Trying my Hand At Visual Novels

Visual novels are not as uncommon as one may think. There are many role-playing games such as the Persona series and Sakura Wars that implement aspects of the genre into the development of the story and characters. But games that are purely visual novels… Continue Reading “Trying my Hand At Visual Novels”

If Final Fantasy VII Remake Stays the Course…I’m on Board

It isn’t often that I finish a game that spans 40 hours as quickly as I finished Final Fantasy VII Remake in 2020. I thought it did a wonderful job in bringing the world of Midgar and the characters within it to life in… Continue Reading “If Final Fantasy VII Remake Stays the Course…I’m on Board”

Where in the World is the New LEGO Star Wars?

It was last September that I did a post on the delay of LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga. At the time, it was stated that the game would be released in Spring 2021. At one point, it looked as if there would be… Continue Reading “Where in the World is the New LEGO Star Wars?”