It's always hard to leave home. It's a lesson I learned a few years ago when I moved down the East Coast from the hell pit known as New Jersey to the less hell pit-ish North Carolina.
When you load up a game entitled Hypergalactic Psychic Table Tennis 3000, you know you're in for a ride.
Platformers are almost as old as modern video games. It was a platformer that launched the console that saved the industry.
There are many subjects that games don't usually touch, and suicide tends to be a bigger one.
Sometimes I just want a good story. I also want to pay the price of "absolutely nothing." That seems reasonable, right?
I never knew how much I wanted a new Solitaire game to play until I was trapped at my parent's house with only an (actually really good) Windows tablet PC to use.
I did not think I'd be writing about accessible iterations of Breakout twice in less than a month, but Sky Racket wasn't on my radar until very recently.
You ever like a game that you're no good at? You can see others master the mechanics on a whim, but you just keep pounding away at the first few levels hoping to achieve greatness.
I've loved solitaire ever since my Grandad taught me the game when I was young.
Thinking about the genre of point-and-click adventures will almost immediately conjure up memories of obtuse, maybe even ridiculous puzzles.