The Auditory Quandary of Gaming Today

When you turn on your TV to consume shows, movies, or games, do you prefer to keep the subtitles on even if you can, by all accounts, hear well? According to this recent and interesting video from Vox, you aren’t alone. Not that I needed Vox to reveal this – my social media feeds are…

Wrong game, wrong time? – Divinity: Original Sin II

In the hunt for something to grab my attention post-Fallout 76 at the end of last year, I turned to comparing some of my old wishlists to various holiday gaming sales and found what I thought might be a perfect match in Divinity: Original Sin II. Here was a game, on sale, that I had…

Fallout 76 and ESO: A Novice’s Views – One Year Later

Last year, I dove head first and rather blindly into two massive MMOs worlds – the well-established environs of The Elder Scrolls Online and the newly irradiated landscapes of Fallout 76. After lightly sinking my teeth into both, I offered up some takes comparing these titles, and I came to the somewhat obvious conclusion that…

Fallout 76 and ESO: A Novice’s Views

It wasn’t too long after purchasing Fallout 76 that my husband and I decided to give The Elder Scrolls Online a try. After all, I had a shiny, new PlayStation Plus membership to make use of, and he had been interested in playing ESO for some time but never found the motivation to invest in…

The question of “in-progress” game reviews

Maybe I’m just new here, but what’s the deal with “in-progress” game reviews? And why did I bold reviews? Hmmmm…? Over the past few years, partial and “in-progress” reviews have become quite commonplace on gaming sites, mostly large, but some small. And it’s becoming more and more routine to see these pop up within hours…

It’s not what games have become, it’s what they are.

You’ve probably read or heard this comment before. “If this if what [x] has become, then [insert response like I fear for the human race or I don’t want to be a part of it].” It’s a comment that, if you spend any time on the Internet, you’ve may have often seen in response to…