Gaming Regrets: Throwing Out the Old

For many of us, the current generation of consoles is just the latest in a long line of video game platforms that we’ve owned. In the near feature, our current systems will be replaced for the new kid on the block. 20 years from now we might look back with fond memories of all the… Continue reading

I Learned Something Today: Excitebike

When I set out to race motorbikes, I only do so in full arenas filled with glowing people. You won’t see me in the X-Games, or on the Dew Tour. I gather some close companions who don’t really matter one way or the other and race against the clock. It’s not a hard profession but… Continue reading

Think of the Children: Fiscally Link(ed)

In a world of realistic portrayals of war-time violence, games often get overlooked as potential educational tools. Growing up with computer games like Oregon Trail, Where in the World is Carmen San Diego?, Geometric Golf, and Number Munchers totally elminates that notion in my mind. There are games that can be great educational tools but… Continue reading

I Learned Something Today: Super Mario 3D Land

I know one business I’m never getting into: plumbing. Sure it could lead to getting your own reality show on ghost hunting but is it worth dealing with the waste of humans on a day to day basis? Oh, and there’s always the outside chance you’ll be sucked into a drain, flushed away to some… Continue reading