Here’s to the heroes, villains, princesses, prince and everything in between. Those who keep the child alive no matter what age they are help the world more and in more ways than one.
To cosplayers around the world, thank you. To those at the 2017 Dallas Fan Days, thank you for the opportunity have a slice of the world of cosplay. I am definitely hungry for more. Continue reading “Dallas Fan Days 2017”
Every culture is beautiful. Plano knows this and once a year, celebrates them with a fun family-friendly festival. Here is a fraction of what you will see at the festival. Continue reading “Plano International Festival 2017”
I like days like this. Fortunately for me, I never plan anything. Some of the best plans are made with little thought.(Just look at Rogue One) … Continue reading What You Can See for $5 in Dallas
The Binding of Issac Afterbirth+ on the Nintendo Switch is a port from one of PC gaming’s most popular rogue-like games. It was developed by Nicalis and it is up to date in terms of DLC and is uncensored, which is something to discuss further down. It is also best suited for the Nintendo Switch and the definitive version of the game. Continue reading “A Bloody Fun Baby Shower: The Binding of Issac Afterbirth+ Review”
Last night’s episode can be described as a wonderfully satisfying appetizer platter before the main course of the coming episodes. Episode 1, Dragonstone, manages to push the entire narrative forward well enough that everyone’s favorite Stark, Lannister, Targaryen and Tarley gets their time in the spotlight. Spoilers Below. Continue reading “Game of Thrones: Season 7 Episode 1 Review”
The sports and video game industry are juggernauts when it comes to global revenue. You can find people around the world enamored by one sport or game. Over 20 years ago, the first sports video game franchise was born and it paved the way for what came next. Continue reading “Sports X Video Games: Two Juggernauts. One Team.”
Blame it all on new consoles, but the age of arcades seems to be over. There are fewer and they are far and in-between. People used to enjoy the fun social aspect of playing with others, but as technology improved, the demand for arcades fell. This is still not the end of arcades and gaming in public. Continue reading “Arcades in Unexpected Places”
If you’re ever in the market for classic games, vintage toys or just a fun day, Retropalooza is the place for you. Continue reading “Retropalooza 2016”
Passion is a fire that can’t be put out. Many have a passion for comics. Others have it for video, tabletop or card games. Many have them all, but the greatest thing about these hobbies is that they can become a lifestyle. And while celebrating Batman Day or at a UTA LAN party, you will most likely collide with someone who carries the same torch. Continue reading “Across the Fictional Universe”
Gaming has always been a passion of mine. I was around seven or eight when I received an SNES. It was the first console I ever had and still have to this day. Super Mario World and the SNES, started a fire that hasn’t been put out.
Continue reading “A Future With Video Games”