Cyberpunk (the franchise, not the genre) is shaping up to be one of the more interesting AAA stories of recent years. I wanted to write a brief about my own experiences with the series, it’s most recent successes (and failures), and where things might go from here.
Recently, I finished reading the book Designing Virtual Worlds by Richard Bartle. Made by the creator of MUD (widely considered to be the first MMO), it goes over best practices for creating a persistent, multiplayer experience. One thing I noticed about DVW right out the gate, however, is that it’s pretty old — so old,Continue reading “A Few Thoughts on MMOs”
I think a lot of the older generation has a hard time following up with the younger generation’s obsession with videogames. Videogames themselves make sense enough; they engage you into the entertainment by providing a level of interaction. It’s the derivatives, such as streaming or “let’s play”s, that can be difficult to wrap the brainContinue reading “Why Social Gaming is So Popular”
Well, it’s that time of year again; time where I utilize my hyperactive chronicling and rating tendencies to list out all the things I liked the most this year. This year I have a list for Video Games, Movies, Music, and Books… however, I’m only touching stuff that I’ve completed myself, regardless of what yearContinue reading “Favorites of 2019”
I’ve decided it’s been long enough since we’ve had another chill, blog-exclusive article; and what better way to do it than with another game review? This time, I wanted to try my hand at Hitman 2016. It’s been awhile since I’ve last played it, but I wanted to put some notes down for it anywayContinue reading “Hitman (2016) Review”