Now that E3 2013 is done, I’ve had some time to recover from my acute gaming overdose. I have had time to process everything that I saw. With two new major consoles battling it out, which one comes out the winner? It’s pretty close, but here’s what I decided.
The final day of E3 2013 has come and gone. It was a good day. I saved some of the best games for last! Want to find out what they were? Read on!
Day two of E3 2013 is all done. While I managed to fit in thirteen awesome titles, some definitely stood head and shoulders above the rest. Which ones were winners and which ones didn’t make the cut? Read on to find out!
The first day of E3 2013 is done. I’m tired, but it’s a good kind of tired. Things were a lot more chaotic this year than last year, but I still managed to see a lot of big name titles! In the war between Battlefield and Call of Duty, who wins? There are 10 games on this list today. Some were amazing, others were downright embarrassing. Read on to find out which were which!
So this will be my third year at E3. It’s a really big time for me because it’s the time when I get a chance to look at everything awesome that’s coming out and try to use that to figure out where everything is going. What’s going to be great, what’s going to be disappointing, and what is a complete toss up.
Recent comments on some of my videos have encouraged me to re-evaluate my site and its content. What I have realized is that there is a definite stigma attached to parental reviews, and that the majority of gamers are definitely going to initially react negatively to the work that I do. Their reaction is completely justified because, more often than not, the writers of game content reviews for parents are not passionate gamers. I had hoped that my level of detail in my written and video reviews would show that I do love these games, but I have come to the unfortunate conclusion that citing specific examples and using visual evidence as a backing for my recommendations isn’t enough.
I have had some time to let the Xbox One release event sink in and, after giving the entire thing some serious thought (and spending hours debating / arguing with my friends), I’ve come to some conclusions about the PS4 and the Xbox One and which console I will likely throw money down on within the first few months of launch.
I had a chance to watch "Tropes vs. Women in Video Games". I decided to try and approach the subject of women in video games and pose my own solutions. While this may be a bit too detailed for parents, the overall subject is something that everyone should understand.
I still have the violence in gaming debate in my head. Armed with some new information that you will find very interesting, I am hoping to quell the debate for now. I know it won’t die permanently, but it may convince you that a violent gamer is not a violent person.
Last week I had the pleasure of participating in the media only beta of the new Neverwinter MMO. While I have talked about the potential pitfalls of MMOs in the past, I do want to take the time to talk about how they can be beneficial and why some MMOs succeed where others fail.