E3 2019 Predictions with Games Are Fun!

E3 is right around the corner! Last month, Luke from Games Are Fun approached me about doing another podcast together. He suggested E3 predictions as a topic. I couldn't resist– I love E3, games, and making lists so I was all for it. We made our lists a few weeks ago for each major conference:… Continue reading E3 2019 Predictions with Games Are Fun!

E3 2019 has Arrived Early

The Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) is like Christmas for gamers. We get a chance to see updates on anticipated games as well as surprise announcements for new games or the latest iteration of our favorite franchises. The show floor opens Tuesday 6/11/19, but before that we have a few days of exciting conferences from some… Continue reading E3 2019 has Arrived Early

Beware the Gaming Hype Train

E3 is right around the corner, so be prepared to start hearing the phrases "grain of salt" and "temper expectations" around every corner. Leaks will become abundant; bringing with them waves of uncontrollable hype leading up to the expo. Some of them may turn out to be true while others could turn out to be… Continue reading Beware the Gaming Hype Train

Digital Platforms are Going Beyond Just Games

The Game Developers Conference (GDC) took place this week in San Francisco and brought with it a ton of gaming news. The biggest news of the week was undoubtedly Google's Stadia announcement, featuring an all-digital, all-streaming platform for playing video games. Let's take a look at some other news to come out this week but,… Continue reading Digital Platforms are Going Beyond Just Games

Octopath Traveler: Return to the Golden Age of JRPGs

Octopath Traveler is a highly anticipated Japanese RPG from the RPG masters themselves, Square Enix. First announced at the official Nintendo Switch unveiling in January 2017 with a teaser trailer, we are finally nearing the game's release date of July 13th. During Nintendo's E3 2018 Direct, the prologue demo was announced to be released on… Continue reading Octopath Traveler: Return to the Golden Age of JRPGs