The full lineup of “next-generation” consoles have now been available to gamers for almost a full year and with a full years worth of games and firmware updates it is now the perfect time to look back on these last … Continue reading State of the Game: Nintendo Wii U
Hello there Dear Reader, how have you been? Good I hope. Enjoying life and dabbling in several different games at once? its been quite some time since I have written a piece directed at you all (its been quite some … Continue reading The State of Counter Attack
Back when I worked at Target, each and every day, for eight, nine, ten hours a shift; I would listen to podcasts. From the Bombcast, to Gamescoop, Gamespy Debriefings, Podcast Beyond, Xbox Unlocked, TalkRadar, Comedy Button, 4Player Podcast, Best Damn … Continue reading Opinion: Thank you Podcasters
Gaming is a huge passion of mine. Some people love cars, others delve into music, and while I thoroughly enjoy art and film, my real drive surrounds games. While I have found thousands of hours of enjoyment while being behind … Continue reading Standing at the Precipice of Failure: The Countdown to Gamings Collapse Part One
Violence, whether by gun or other means, is a horrible event, but it is something that unfortunately occurs on a regular basis in today’s society. But is the continued sale of violent videogames truly a factor, or is it just … Continue reading Opinion: Gaming is not the #1 Issue
I was speaking with Tyler of “Game Delver” fame last night when the subject of Editorials was brought up, which allowed me to answer why there aren’t many here at CA! See, I just never feel I have any good … Continue reading Opinion: A new beginning? Or the same dead end?
“Project Awakened needs help awakening” Project Awakened is a kickstarter project from Phosphor Games, a development studio in Chicago, that hopes to allow gamers to answer the question “who do you want to be?” The title’s goal is to allow … Continue reading Editorial Plea: Project Awakened
Familiarity can be real nice. It feels good to go to your favorite restaurant, to come home after being away a long time, to return to a tried and true routine. Knowing there won’t be any unwanted surprises when you … Continue reading CA! Opinion: Returning to Familiar Ground
How does a place of business succeed? First, the company needs to offer a great service or product, second, the company needs to be professional and courteous to its customers, and third, they need to continue to expand and to offer better and more interesting products. But what happens when the competition begins to catch up and offer greater deals at a lower cost? What happens when the bigger entity stands tall, stubborn in its dominance, refusing to change? A power shift is coming in the next couple of years and Microsoft needs to realize its tight grip on content and features must loosen if it is to stay the dominant player in the console space.