Articles by Jeffrey Lerman
There’s almost nothing more enjoyable than the freedom to tackle a mission in several different ways.
I lived in an apartment complex when I was a kid and there were only so many things to do. I remember getting out of class and exploring the woods with my brother and our friends.
Difficult games are often enjoyable because of how satisfying it feels to overcome challenges. The determination that goes into failing against a boss multiple times.
Throughout movies and culture, we often say we see our life flash before our eyes right before dying. It could be a highlight reel, a clip show, or just a bunch of jumbled memories together.
I’ve always been a fan of shooters where the developer pushes the realism of sniping.
Blizzard changed the name of a World of Warcraft Classic guild with the name "GAY BOYS" after mass user reporting.
Ubisoft is following up on their animated show Rabbids Invasion with several new shows based on their popular games.
Walking the erratic streets of New York City has always been calming for me. The loud sirens, horns honking, and people in a hurry for some reason feel like white noise.
Growing up in the early 2000s, the original Xbox and PlayStation always drew my attention.
The Borderlands 3 PC release arrived with a game-breaking bug primarily affecting those using DirectX 12.
The Boy Scouts of America organization taught me a lot about survival in the woods. Find water, a way to get help, make shelter, and no matter what, don’t panic.