And the 120th Breath of the Wild Shrine is…

On February 14, 2021, Zelda guilted me into saving her from Calamity Ganon. Technically, I could have saved her sooner. I had the Master Sword, Hylian Shield, and gained control of the Divine Beasts. After I did all this, I spent time training to increase my strength and stamina...and cooking...and hunting. Truthfully, you can face... Continue Reading →

Game On A Video Game History by Dustin Hansen

Don't let the word "history" stop you from picking up Game On! Video Game History from Pong and Pacman to Mario, Minecraft, and More by Dustin Hansen. This is not a collegiate style book. It's not a book you'll find in children's section either. It's a collection of industry changing games through out the decades.... Continue Reading →

Is Animal Crossing a Great Game

Recently, I came across Marissa Balti's book, Animal Crossing: a Great Game. It was written for young readers (Children that don't require illustrations to help them follow a story). Aren't we all kids at heart?Truthfully, it's a quick read for an adult. Yet, Animal Crossing: a Great Game reminded me of a history book. The... Continue Reading →

All I Want For Christmas

Have you ever seen Jack Frost? I don't mean the one about the father that turns into a snow man or the lad from Rise of the Guardians. I'm talking about the Christmas classic that usually comes on during the 25 Days of Christmas on ABC Family. In the movie, the town was very poor.... Continue Reading →

From Pocket Camp to Animal Crossing New Horizons back to Pocket Camp

Animal Crossing is one of my favorite Nintendo game series. When I was a preteen, one of the kids I babysat introduced me to the game. He had a GameCube and I was saving to buy my own. At that point, I saw a few trailers for the game. The marketing scheme at that time... Continue Reading →

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