The Nintendo Switch and the fallacy of sunk costs

The Nintendo Switch and the fallacy of sunk costs

I bought a Nintendo Switch, and was worried that it’d just be another dust magnet on my shelf. What makes us invest in games we may not like?

Training, execution, and mindfulness

Training, execution, and mindfulness

After some hard truths in the Training Room, I wrote something about how I have difficulty staying in the moment during competitive games.

Weekly stream review: realigning with goals

Weekly stream review: realigning with goals

Things seem to be stagnating a bit lately, so why not set some goals? I’m going to be starting to take a little more active role in improving.

Dodging the matchup: playing against characters I hate

Dodging the matchup: playing against characters I hate

Everyone has characters they don’t want to face in fighting games; I decided to think about what makes certain opponents scary, and how my playstyle doesn’t fix the problem.

Starting the journey: being new at Street Fighter and Dota 2

Starting the journey: being new at Street Fighter and Dota 2

After some reflection, I’d like to start taking two competitive games (Street Fighter V and Dota 2) more seriously. Being able to understand how and why you want to improve is usually a great way to begin.