Visiting Nintendo World, New York City.

“Indulging in the various merchandise of Nintendo’s franchises, it’s surprisingly easy to almost lose yourself in the nostalgia of the occasion, however as a retail store Nintendo World provides as a purveyor of its current platforms, an assortment of titles and hardware available to buy.” Continue reading Visiting Nintendo World, New York City.

Diversity in gaming: Does it matter?

Recently, media has been littered with arguments about diversity, in a variety of forms. Gender, skin colour, culture and sexual orientation have all been something that people have been stating needs more representation. I agree with these statements, to some extent, and in different degrees, depending on the situation. To put all the cards on the table, so to speak, I’m a second generation British African descendant, who has lived my whole life in England. This has caused me to always be a minority in my social circles, (except for family functions). Two of the things that I have always … Continue reading Diversity in gaming: Does it matter?

Reflections of a Satiable Fanboy

No that isn’t a type-o, I didn’t misplace the ‘in’ prefix, I really mean satiable. I know that flies against convention, in fact it may even be an oxymoron given the accepted definition of what a fanboy is; but this isn’t about semantic dissection so let’s get down to brass tacks. If you’re at all familiar with our podcasts it should be pretty obvious that I’m a Dark Souls fanboy; I’m unapologetic about that, I think the series is more than worthy. That said, I think it’s important to maintain objectivity. I’m a Dark Souls fanboy because it speaks to … Continue reading Reflections of a Satiable Fanboy