Happy New Year everyone! I hope you all had a wonderful holiday season, and I hope you were able to find some semblance of peace, joy, and comfort for which this season is cherished. The start of a new year is so often reserved for promises of a new beginning or fixing the mistakes of … Continue reading My 2018 Resolutions
I thought I had it figured out. I was getting to a place where I was mostly okay with The Last Jedi. Then I read this. I was wrong. When you set up a story that involves what boils down to magic, you need rules that surround that system. Who can use it, when they … Continue reading The Force is Broken.
Spoilers follow. Be warned. Turn back now if you want to be surprised. Last chance. Here we go. When I saw The Last Jedi yesterday, I left the theater confused, disappointed, and grasping for any justification for what I just saw. The scene with Leia seemed outlandish. She's never been described as strong with the … Continue reading I Think I Figured Out The Last Jedi
It's no secret: the Battlefront revival EA launched in November 2015 largely fell flat. It rightfully received heavy criticism for its lack of depth at launch and its community-breaking season pass system. Fans on social media and forums have rallied against EA's treatment of Star Wars games since that time, often espousing that EA will … Continue reading The “EA Killed Star Wars Games” Rhetoric Is Now Bantha Poodoo
After Microsoft released specs for its Project Scorpio via Digital Foundry, reaction seemed to be somewhat mixed. Many were rightfully impressed with what this thing will be able to do. It's an incredibly powerful console that will add a level of realism we haven't yet seen to the games we play. But there's also a … Continue reading Scorpio Provides Needed Distance Between Microsoft, Nintendo, and Sony
Nintendo Switch has been out for almost four weeks now, and it's safe to say that its launch has been successful. Nintendo had roughly two million units ready for the month of March, and currently it's not easy to find them on store shelves. Two million units in a single month during a non-holiday time … Continue reading After Switch: What Could Be on the Horizon?
The Switch launch is less than ten days away. This thing is really real; it's really happening. Nintendo did it again. They went with something nobody asked for. It's not on the same page as a PS4 or an Xbox One. It doesn't have the graphical horsepower. It will eventually make you pay to play … Continue reading What Is Nintendo Thinking?