I’m Still Excited (and Nervous) About the Nintendo Switch

As much as I love my Nintendo Wii U, it had its fair share of problems. The Gamepad, while a cool idea, didn’t really work in practice as it felt clunky and awkward compared to other control setups. Conventional controllers didn’t come standard with the machine and required additional purchases on top of the price of … More I’m Still Excited (and Nervous) About the Nintendo Switch

How I Kidnapped a Dog in Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain (and Other Absurdities)

So I’m going to keep this brief as this is really me taking a break from playing more of Metal Gear Solid 5, but I’m going to spend that break talking about some of the crazy things you can do (and see) fairly early on in the game. For starters, each episode (or mission) starts … More How I Kidnapped a Dog in Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain (and Other Absurdities)

After School Special: Top 3 Games with School Settings

Summer is over. Which means that it’s time to head back to school. If you’re like me and are long past your school days, you might look back at it with some form of nostalgia. However, that nostalgia turns to relief when you realize you don’t have to do it again. Going to school is a pain for … More After School Special: Top 3 Games with School Settings

Agar.io – Absorbing All of Your Free Time.

XKCD said it best, the most powerful gaming systems in the world can’t compete with the addictiveness of flash games. Normally my reviews are about games that are significantly more substantial than the game I’m going to talk about. However I’ve enjoyed playing this so much, that I decided I wanted to write about it. … More Agar.io – Absorbing All of Your Free Time.