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.
I feel like I need to write an apology to someone.
I’ve been craving getting into a new project lately since my break. Mostly, I’ve wanted to come up with something that I would ideally enjoy doing even if no one were to watch it — ideally, I would be okay just doing it for the sake of it. I thought about reviving BetterDota, but after […]
Sometimes you can’t help but commit a cardinal sin in gaming: you let your first impression be your only one. I picked up Absolute Drift the other week after lusting after it for a little bit, and actually refunded it after finding it “too hard.”
I’d been saving playing CD Projekt Red’s The Witcher 3: The Wild Hunt until I’d sufficiently upgraded, mostly because it felt unsatisfying at medium graphics settings and a choppy framerate. It was definitely worth the wait: seeing the game “as it was meant to be played” as a locked 60 frames-per-second is actually one of the highlights of my recent gaming career.