A lot of awesome things have had anniversaries here lately – Tetris and Ghostbusters are 30 years old. The Simpsons just had their 25th anniversary. The first PlayStation just turned 20 years old. This month’s theme for Loot Crate – Anniversary – celebrates these things and more. This month’s crate is probably my new favorite … Continue reading Loot Crate December Anniversary Theme – Review
When I was a little kid, I used to idolize Belle from Beauty and the Beast. I didn’t think her captivity was all that bad, since she had the hugest library I had ever seen. I just figured she could spend the rest of her life reading and time would go by fast, right? Since … Continue reading Reading Books Without Pictures – 2014 Book Club!
Wednesday is my favorite day of the week, because you know what that means? New comic book day! Even though I typically work 12 hour night shifts on Wednesdays, I still get excited about what’s coming out this week. The two issues I’m most excited about is Star Wars #4 and Inhumanity #1. In this … Continue reading Happy New Comic Book Day! (12/04/13)
So, this past fall was the first fall in many years that I have not worked for a video game store. Because of that, I missed out on a lot of big releases that I would have normally preordered and bought/worked at the midnight release. Somehow I overlooked Halo 4 when it came out. Don’t … Continue reading Halo 4 GOTY – All The Things!
In a big F-you to Microsoft, Steam has recently announced the new feature added to it’s digital gaming service – the family sharing plan. You can “share” games on the cloud to 10 designated friends. They can play the games whenever you want, as long as you aren’t already playing them. The downside, of course, … Continue reading Steam Announces Family Sharing Plan
Here are some quick thoughts I had about The Wolverine, which I saw last night: This one is just called “The Wolverine.” No catchy subtitle, so I will make one. The Wolverine: With no other X-men to overshadow me. Okay, there is one mutant named Yukio who in the very beginning, reveals to Wolverine that … Continue reading The Wolverine
My earliest memory of video games is perhaps one of my earliest memories. Back in 1989, my family bought the first Nintendo Entertainment System. This is actually very shocking because if you know my parents, you know they hate any form of technology and they actually enjoy staying 20 years behind. The Nintendo was mostly … Continue reading My Video Game History