Video game difficulty has always been a tricky subject, and a tough balancing act for developers. Like many, I enjoy a challenge and increased difficulty when I feel it is..
A significant part of my teenage years were spent playing Perfect Dark for the Nintendo 64. It was the cause for many an all-nighter with friends, where we would make..
On a recent lazy Sunday, I stumbled out of the bedroom and into my living room to find my wife watching a TV show. Not a significant event, but when..
Over the New Year’s holiday, I had some friends over for a few drinks, a chance to catch-up and reflect on the previous year, and to pay good money to..
This is part two of a two-part recap on E3 2015. To read part one, click here. By the time Ubisoft wrapped up their conference, I was ready to once..
This is the second of a two-part series examining the lack of female protagonists in video games. To read part one, click here. The Advantages of Being Inclusive When the..
It may be 2013, but the game I’m currently playing, the game that has totally enthralled me, and kept me from sleeping, is over a decade old. Metroid: Prime was..
On a recent episode of her daily talk show, host Katie Couric ran a segment titled “Are Video Games Ruining Your Life?” The segment was predictable – numerous people who..
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