Category:  Jeremy’s Blog

By , March 28, 2013 0

Those that know me know my current stage of MMO-burnout and overall feelings of disdain with the over-saturated MMO market. With very few exceptions like the upcoming games Neverwinter and Defiance, almost all MMOs seem to follow what is commonly… Read More »

By , March 28, 2013 0

For anyone who was at PAX East even as little as two years ago, it is becoming more and more apparent how the popularity of smart phones and tablets is shaping the gaming market. It has grown from something that… Read More »

By , March 27, 2013 0

If you follow MMO news at all, it’s more than likely you’ve heard the name Firefall come up quite a bit. Information on the game is openly available, almost as if no NDA exists at all. This is on purpose…. Read More »

By , April 18, 2012 0

For the true, hardcore Tabletop gamer, it’s hard to imagine a gaming session without some sort of set pieces to signify monsters or player characters. While Warhammer and Warhammer 40k may be the most prominent topic when talk of miniatures… Read More »

By , April 17, 2012 1

For Tabletop Pen and Paper RPG fans, it’s always exciting to find a new world to delve into. When touching on the subject, fantasy games like Dungeons and Dragons are usually the first to come to mind. To anyone that’s… Read More »

By , April 15, 2012 0

This past Saturday, I had the privilege to spend the entire day at McCormick Place in Chicago, attending C2E2: The Chicago Comic and Entertainment Expo. It was an extremely productive day for me, and I had the honor to meet some great… Read More »

By , March 18, 2012 9

For the past week or so, I’ve had to almost ignore the internet. Since about the day after Mass Effect 3 was released, all I kept hearing was the controversy over how “Bad” the ending was. Not having beat the… Read More »

By , February 2, 2012 2

A long time ag….ah, screw it. The iconic Star Wars opening text is too overdone. It’s been about three years since the rumors of Bioware developing an MMO based on the Knights of the Old Republic franchise first found their… Read More »

By , September 1, 2011 1

Guild Wars 2, ArenaNet’s sequel to Guild Wars has really stood out among the rest because of their innovative ideas: Creating a Dynamic event system that does away with the standard quest and progress playstyle; ditching the holy trinity and… Read More »

By , March 15, 2011 0

It’s no secret that the next evolution in gaming is headed down the 3D route. With whole gaming systems like the 3DS headed our way, it’s inevitable that gamers will start jumping on board. Just like Ryan, up until a few days… Read More »