Who Won E3 2017?: The Subjective Nature of Video Game Reporting

Following E3 every year the first thing most seem to discern is which game developer rained supreme and which managed to "win" E3. Excuse me, but when did it become a competition? In all industries there inherently exists some form of competition between different companies producing the same product or service, but when and why … Continue reading Who Won E3 2017?: The Subjective Nature of Video Game Reporting

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The Fate of Ala Mhigo: Anticipation for Stormblood

As a long time Final Fantasy XIV playerI've had a lot of love and hate for the game over the years. It has been very enjoyable and aggravating but still I come back to it like a person in an abusive relationship. That doesn't make the game sound enticing but for many it doesn't matter … Continue reading The Fate of Ala Mhigo: Anticipation for Stormblood

Great Finds in Strange Places: Hunting for Collectables in Peculiar Spaces

For those of us that have been long time collectors, finding new places to hunt for the stuff we collect becomes fairly easy. We learn to look for signs all over the place that might lead to more and more stuff. You have to keep your eyes and ears open when it comes to collecting … Continue reading Great Finds in Strange Places: Hunting for Collectables in Peculiar Spaces

Too Much of a Good Thing: When Collecting Becomes an Addiction

    I can admit it, I am addicted. But unlike the typical addict, my drug of choice is video games. I have become addicted to finding great games, amazing deals, and crazy stories to go along with the buzz of an amazing score. You might ask why video games, but you will then come … Continue reading Too Much of a Good Thing: When Collecting Becomes an Addiction