I have always tried to be very minimal with how I work. I have never seen the need multiple devices to accomplish my goals, both in work and leisure. When recent events precipitate the need for a new computer, I made the decision to downsize even more with my replacement PC. This led my purchase… Continue reading How I Work: Nuvision Solo Draw 10
These are just some musings regarding this week’s Disney announcement regarding their streaming platform. Sorry if it feels a bit random, but I just wanted to cover a few points from dialogues I have seen since the announcement. General Thoughts News broke yesterday about Disney uprooting many of their titles from Netflix to start up […]… Continue reading A Stream Of Thoughts Regarding Streaming TV — via @PCUncovered
The joystick has been a constant peripheral to my existence for as long as I can remember. Early memories are filled with hours of playing the classic wood-grained Atari 2600 and it horrible Pac-Man adaptation along with classics such as Combat and Space Explorers. From there I graduated like many to the NES in an… Continue reading The dormant gamer inside has returned thanks to #E3 2017
Hey all! It’s my turn to talk about the Microsoft Presentation at E3. I had the fun privilege of watching this with Jack Warner and Kevin Zerner of the 410wned Gaming podcast crew.
When the lights went down and the intro trailer went up, my first reaction was, “Look at that sexy console!” We got our first look at the new Xbox One X, originally known as Project Scorpio.
Then came the man of the hour: Phil Spencer. Kevin quickly summarized his importance in the gaming sphere for the uninformed, “the godfather of all videogames!”
Spencer kicked off the event by discussing the Xbox One X, going into further details about the newest addition to the Xbox family. It’s going to be smaller than the Xbox One S and coming out November 7, just in time for the holiday shoppers. He waited until the end of the show to…
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Dear Mario Fans, Full Disclosure: I have never played a Mario Kart game before this one. Now, before you crucify me, let’s come to an understanding. I have not owned a Nintendo system since the SNES, until I got a Wii U. However, I didn’t have the Wii U long enough to experience Mario Kart. Sure, some of you may look at me with some derision and side eyes, but that’s ok. I am here to tell you that this game really rocks!
Now that we got that out of the way, let’s move on especially for those out there that also have never played. For those that may (or may not) already know, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe is a game that is a port of the Wii U game enhanced with maps from previous versions including the DS and the Wii games.
As far as the presentation, the game…
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