When the Best Becomes Old-Hat

Though I am only 36 years old, there are a few items that I have placed on my bucket list, assuming that I live long enough to accomplish all of them. I would love to go and visit the hospital in which I was born, which just happen to be outside of Tokyo, Japan. I…Read more When the Best Becomes Old-Hat

Finding that Classified Information

I am certain that video games would not be as popular as they are today if they didn’t present a challenge to players. It is the heart-pounding, nail-biting, controller chucking moments that often become the most memorable in the minds of gamers. The Water Temple in The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time is not…Read more Finding that Classified Information

Nothing New Under the Sun…Especially with Games

After taking a little time to do more exploring through the clustered mess that is Steam, I discovered more about their catalog. Last week I posted a devotional called “Accept No Substitutes” which explored the problem with counterfeits to the Christian faith. I also touched on games that were a blatant rip-off of their source…Read more Nothing New Under the Sun…Especially with Games

Accept No Substitutes

I have an old college friend that I will occasionally play PC games with via Steam. He, like myself, enjoys good indie titles and is always on the hunt for great games that harken back to the golden age of gaming. Justin (that’s his name) has an eye for retro-style video games that have similar…Read more Accept No Substitutes