In this series of posts I’ll be, simply put, appreciating the existence of certain characters in games (or anime). Starting today with League of Legend’s Ziggs, the Hexplosive (H)Expert.Read More »
This is a series of posts in which I’ll tell you exactly what games have taught me throughout the years.
In this first part I’ll be discussing how games helped me learn a new language.Read More »
Ever since I was in pre-school I was always the class clown – not every single year, but most of them.
It’s no secret that this world we live in is unfair and sometimes just plain boring, annoying and despairful (this is a word, isn’t it?).
We all have some old game we treasure in our hearts. A game we (generally) think is great and probably the single best game we’ve ever played. The feeling of nostalgia we get when thinking of that game/playing that game is unparalleled. Right?
Nostalgia is good. But don’t let it blind you. Many older games were just as bad (or just as good as well) as today’s games are… we just had different ideas, different ways to evaluate the games and an overall different way to see things, since we were younger.