Way back in 1991, I played an RPG game called Legend Quest at an arcade in Kansas City. I had long been a gamer and spent many an hour trying to own the top scores for games like Pac-Man, Asteroids, 1942, Double-Dragon, and Out-Run, but this game was very different from those. You stood on […]
When a group thinks they can go without a support player; it is fairly amusing to be on the opposing team in an overpowered “bow before my might” sort of way.
Bethesda graced all of the PC virtual reality adopters with one of the best RPG games every created. Skyrim arrived on the PC in all its VR glory on April 2nd. I had pre-ordered it and took the day off from my day job for the occasion. We patiently checked Steam every 5 minutes after […]
When I last wrote about the Nintendo Switch my family had two of them. Now we have five! Clearly we need to work on sharing in my tribe. We’re not in the habit of purchasing each family member their own console but the portability of the system demands it. How are we supposed to share […]
Simulations have long been a part of driver education. Back in my day we sat in a classroom equipped with a movie screen that played video of a road course while each student manipulated a set of car like controls to react to situations presented on-screen, such as having a kid run out in front […]
My Nintendo Switch is by far the most played console in my collection. The longer I have it the more I like it. The system is so popular with my family that I purchased 4 of them for Christmas this year. Now everyone has their own and they can stop taking mine! Along with the […]
In my house there are two Nintendo Switches and we have two copies of Splatoon 2. We like to play the game together but of course we only have one Internet connection. At first it seemed like this wasn’t going to work. The principal configuration in my solution should be possible on most modern networks but the terms and menu options will be different on other manufacture’s equipment.