Gamer, writer, teacher, avid reader. When he's not indoctrinating young minds, looking for someone to play D&D with, or lying down with a good book, he likes to keep busy with strategy games and RPGs on his PC.
There is a question that every artist has to ask himself at one point in his life- do I keep true to a time-tested formula, or do I try to innovate? There is no right answer to this, and most game developers try to stay somewhere between the extremes. Experimenting with a genre is risky,READ MORE
Be it the question of price or piracy, or even development cost, the video game industry has always been compared to the movie or the music industry. This is very weird because: #1 The video game scene is extremely new, compared to those particular industries. #2 It does not have as strong a basis toREAD MORE
I have always had a very love/hate relationship with Bethesda’s games, especially Skyrim. From time to time, I feel like playing them. Roaming around in the huge world, looting buildings (shops, houses, palaces, temples, anything- I’m not too picky), clearing enemy bases without raising an alarm by relying on my high sneaking skills (until theREAD MORE
Among all the words we can use to describe 2012’s XCOM: Enemy Unknown, one is undoubtedly ‘success’. The turn-based tactical game not only received critical and popular praise, but also paved a way for similar games of the genre (Divinity: Original Sin, Wasteland 2, Blackguards, The Banner Saga, and more) to come into limelight onceREAD MORE