Blame, procrastination, self-victimization—this terrible trifecta can sink your career and limit your levels of personal success. We often find ourselves resorting to bad patterns, especially in the workplace. I have noticed one place in my own life where these traits are nowhere to be seen. While I play video games. »
The best movies get better each time you watch them. That is why I am now going to praise the 2007 cinematic masterwork Hot Fuzz.
Put ten game designers in a room together and there’s a pretty good chance someone will bring up Dark Souls.
This past weekend, I decided to play some Assassin’s Creed IV on PC. I don’t know why, I just did. Whatever. That’s not the point of this story. »
Did I expect to love the heck out of Telltale’s Borderlands adventure game? I did not. And yet here we are. »
Games have rules. It’s sort of their “thing.” But just because a game suggests you’re supposed to play it one way doesn’t mean you can’t come up with some rules of your own. »
For some reason, late last night I started replaying Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare’s single-player campaign. You know what? That really was a damn good Call of Duty game. »
War is hell… but it’s slightly less hellish when viewed from a distance. At least, that’s true of Running With Rifles, a goofy, enjoyable, surprisingly demanding PC game that recently got a full release on Steam. »
Bloodborne has a lot going for it. It’s one of the best, most engrossing games I’ve played in a while. But man, I sure do wish it were easier to play with my friends.
Praise the sun: Dark Souls 2 is out today on PS4 and Xbox One. It’s the Scholar of the First Sin edition, which also came out for PC last week. The new version features spruced-up visuals and includes all of the base game’s excellent DLC chapters.