Monthly Archives: June 2015

E3: Why The Gaming Expo is Still Relevant, Despite The Evolution of Journalism

In exactly 1 day, the biggest video game Expo of the year will be opening its doors for the masses. Publishers such as Microsoft, Sony, Nintendo, and others, will be showcasing their upcoming video game agendas to eager fans. Yet, with recent technological advancements, journalists and publishers no longer need to wait for large-scale events like E3, to share news. Customers are also

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The Power of A Good Story

When playing a videogame, there are certain factors which determine the ability for the game to provide entertainment. For some, the graphics or appearance of the game can draw in, or perhaps lose certain members of the audience. Other people find enjoyment through the gameplay. Do the controls of the game feel fluid? Are the controllers or keyboard extensions of your own body, or are

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Fallout 4: Bethesda’s Marketing Team Deserves A Raise

*Header image courtesy of Bethesda* On Tuesday, June 2, 2015, Bethesda’s home page changed into a mysterious countdown, sharing a likeness to the Fallout franchise. Immediately,  speculation began to arise, with the most common theory being that of an announcement for Fallout 4. The assumptions were correct, and at long last, Fallout 4 was FINALLY revealed! Now that that is

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Hello world!

Hello there, and welcome to my blog, dedicated to all things video game related. For years, video games have helped me to feel normal, in a world where people with disabilities are unable to participate in certain activities. When I was 18 months old, I was diagnosed with a neuromuscular disorder, known as Spinal Muscular Atrophy Type II, commonly abbreviated as

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