Gaming Memories: Demo Discs

Every console nowadays has access to the internet, accompanied with some version of an online store. So, no matter if it’s a handheld or home console, there’s a way to download demos of the latest games. But before that became possible, it was all about the demo disc. Demo discs normally consisted of a handful of games, and they were either a mixture of upcoming … Continue reading Gaming Memories: Demo Discs

NFL Free Agency: For The Love of Money

In the infancy of free agency, players made the move to another team, mostly for the prospect of reaching the proverbial mountaintop, and winning a Super Bowl title. Now, when most players are free agents, a title is the least of their concerns. Year after year, I see players leave great teams, or teams on the cusp of greatness, to go to San Diego or Buffalo, … Continue reading NFL Free Agency: For The Love of Money

Why I Bought a Wonderswan Color

As a huge fan of the MetalJesusRocks YouTube page, I admit that I’ve watched many of his videos, numerous times. The videos I’ve looked at the most, have to be his buying guides. So a couple of days ago, I was eating lunch, and decided, why not pair my Moe’s burrito with a Wonderswan buying guide video. Now, as mentioned previously, I’ve seen that episode … Continue reading Why I Bought a Wonderswan Color

Gaming Pet Peeves: So Many Games, So Little Time

One of the main reasons that people collect things, is to amass a large amount of items that they thoroughly enjoy. The problem that many video game collectors have, is that you own such a plethora of games, that there’s just not enough time to actually play through and beat a lot of them. One game can take 20, 30, even 60 or 70 hours to … Continue reading Gaming Pet Peeves: So Many Games, So Little Time

Game Collecting: Some Predictability and Luck Required

One of my goals in collecting video games, is to eventually own a complete U.S. PS3 set. I’m certainly a ways away with about 175 games, almost 20% of the way there. In doing so, I’ve tried to buy several games that I believe in the future, will be worth more than I paid for. How do I determine some of those games? Well, a … Continue reading Game Collecting: Some Predictability and Luck Required