After I got my promotion a few months ago, I decided to splurge and pick up a Nintendo Switch. I had very little experience with the console; other than using Shaun’s to play through all of Super Mario Odyssey, I’d … Continue reading Nintendo Switch, and the Appeal of Gaming on the Go
The Playstation 4 came out a few days ago. I stared at one longingly in our local Gamestop. But I didn’t pull the trigger to become one of the early adopters (you know, before they ran out of units at … Continue reading The PS4 Conundrum: To Buy or Not To Buy
Well, I didn’t think I was going to be amazed by anything at E3, but the way Sony has destroyed Microsoft? That caught my attention. Let’s be clear: Somehow, Sony managed to reveal the PS4 before any announcements were made … Continue reading PS4 Details Emerge; $399, Later This Year
I just don’t get it. I don’t. I thought gamers were taking part in the “video games” genre, yet all I watched for the last hour were tech demos, sports, a TV guide and a dog in Call of Duty. … Continue reading Xbox One: Feel the Excitement?
So you’ve probably heard about this somewhere by now, but here goes: Microsoft is going to announce something major tomorrow with the new Xbox! And today, the day before that conference takes the nation by storm, Sony put out a … Continue reading PS4/Durango: Feel the Excitement?
NOTE: These reactions are to some very early announcements and are more of a stream of consciousness thing. Still, here’s what I think about the PS4 so far… The Playstation 4 will have “experiences that surpass gamers’ wildest expectations.” Sure, … Continue reading Playstation 4: The Future is Meh
E3 is back in full swing, and with it comes a boatload of news about Nintendo’s Wii U system, expected to launch somewhere around the end of this year. I could spend my time talking to you about some of … Continue reading Wii U @ E3: Microsoft’s Subtle Jab