I’ve always been a fan of Gauntlet. Since the days of old when I used to slap in quarter after quarter at the arcade through today, it’s always had a special place in my heart. In Gauntlet: Slayer Edition for the PC, I am glad I wasn’t disappointed. Currently, it’s one of my most played games.
Fallout is one of the most engaging game franchises for lovers of the post-apocalyptic world genre. It has spanned throughout the decades bringing new elements to play while staying true to its original concept. Fallout Shelter is just another excellent adaptation to this post-nuclear action role play game.
I’ve been a fan of Magic: the Gathering since it was competing in game shops with my other favorite game, Spellfire. When it came to the computer, I was quite excited. Over the years, it has changed quite a bit. My latest exploration of the M:tG universe is the Magic Duels title available on Steam. So far, it’s been a good digital adaptation of the epic card game.
I like the idea behind eSport organization. It helps geeks like myself feel some of the elation jocks feel when winning the big game. The only real difference is our games are played in the virtually world. The same amount of practice and readiness goes into success in either case. But does fitness play a role in gaming? In reality, physical preparation can be just as vital to a gamer as it is to a quarterback.
Recently, I helped someone clean out storage and received a couple of original Nintendo systems for my trouble. Since I am all about throwback gaming and love to delve into 1980s tech, I was pretty excited. I had a few games left over from when I operated the computer shop a few years ago and was looking forward to some Mario Bros with the wife. Yes, it was everything I thought it could be and more.