Homework for Adults

What happened to school? No really, what happened? Today I wanted to vent some frustration, and talk about something important to my lifestyle / kids. So let’s pull you out […]

The Curse of the Internet

I recently watched a YouTube video about the direction of World of Warcraft, and how the original design philosophy has changed so much over the course of the years (14 […]

The Creator’s Plight

Over the last two weeks I have been heavily networking, reaching out to other creators like me, making friends, supporting smaller startups, and all around just having a good time. […]

Goals and Gates

Every person in this world at some point in their life has thought deeply about what they want out of it, their ambitions, and their ultimate goals. Some set realistic […]

Breeding Positivity

Something I often forget, is our ability to cause impressions on others. The relationships we have between everyone we interact with, whether they are brief, casual, deep, romantic, or even […]

Dopamine

Currently one of the largest games of all time is Fortnite (next to Minecraft). I was at the ground floor of its’ launch, well before it became the sensation it […]

UNintroverted

But.. unintroverted isn’t even a word. Yeah, you’re right. But I think even though it’s not, it represents in every way where I’ve come, my journey, and is the perfect […]

Introverted

Part three of four – title purposely focuses entirely on the past tense. If you have ever in your life done a presentation in front of your class, or stood […]

Introversion

In part two of my four blog series of my battle with introversion, I want to talk about leading into my adulthood. At a glance, introversion is a personality type, […]

Introvert

I left this title simple and clean, because it represents what I used to be so much. Let me save you the google search. Introvert – a shy reticent person. […]

The Cost and Times

Budgets. A nasty but needed word in the gaming industry. Almost every game, with few exceptions, are constrained by a budget. Oftentimes a video game is cut short, or lacks […]

Fatherly Gaming

One of the very foundations this blog and community is being built upon, is the commitment and nature of my current situation as a father of three children. In today’s […]

The Power of a Raid

As some of you know, and many of you don’t – I am a manager for a very well known grocery chain. I grew into this profession as an eighteen […]

The Two-Player Experience

I recently had one of my childhood friends that I used to spend immense amounts of time with reach out and comment on one of the community posts on the […]

Narrative in Gaming *SPOILERS*

WARNING: Spoilers inside for the Harry Potter Series, you have been WARNED! I have talked before about RPG’s in general, but today I wanted to focus on narrative. Oftentimes some […]

Music in Gaming

Today will seem like a shameless plug for the YouTube channel I’ve brought to life with some of my older videos, and it half is, half isn’t. But let me […]

The First Memory of a Friend

I know I brought this up before but I have terrible memory when it comes to my childhood. This could be good or bad – a brain defensive mechanism I […]