It’s a perfectly sunny day. You’re out for a drive on the beachfront, cruising along, not a care in the world.
Suddenly, you hear a harsh beeping interrupting your perfect drive. You figure you’re probably okay, but then, it hits you.
A Blue Shell. Continue reading “One Geek’s Obsession with Karting”
The other day, I booted up Diablo 3 for the first time in a while.
I had put it aside to catch up on my backlog a bit (and because I just couldn’t figure out the necromancer’s play style), but it’s just one of those games with undeniable replay value. Continue reading “ICYMI: Diablo 3 Has a New Look”
It all started when Shane and I got our little cottage in the Lavender Beds in Final Fantasy XIV.
I hadn’t exactly been stockpiling furniture in anticipation, because well, we weren’t really anywhere close to being able to afford a house in the first place. It all came together very quickly with donations and loans, so our masterful interim interior decorating consisted of four stuffed doggos and a chocobo toy. Continue reading “How an MMO Ate My Week”
Dungeons and Dragons is one of those things that, although I don’t talk about it a whole lot, is a consistent part of my gaming life.
It may not be the same as video games, but in the gently paraphrased words of one Maurice Moss of IT Crowd fame, it’s like a video game, except it uses the most powerful processor known to man: the human mind. Continue reading “Testing the Classes of Dungeons and Dragons”
One of the biggest struggles facing gamers today is that of the backlog.
This is a vicious cycle that begins when many, many games hit the market, and there just isn’t enough time to play them all.
Such a terrible problem, right?
Sarcasm aside, I spent some time this week coming up with the games I want to play this year. Obviously, it was a bit of a daunting list, so here are the top three! Continue reading “Mission Possible: My 2018 Game List”