Mobile gaming is a steadily-growing market. An estimated 50.4% of Americans (as of March) now own a smartphone. But I’ll be honest–when the whole discussion on mobile gaming started, I wondered whether or not it would ever really appeal to me and to gamers like me. Sure, Facebook had shown that social and casual games… Continue reading Mobile Gaming Review: “Dungeon Village”
I was lucky enough to have a book review of Myke Cole’s debut novel Shadow Ops: Control Point published on BuzzyMag.com (the same fine folks who bought my short story “Working Retail” a while back). The review is online at their site now, and I would appreciate it greatly if you’d head over there and check… Continue reading Book Review – “Shadow Ops: Control Point” by Myke Cole
I’ve been a holdout on Guild Wars 2 for quite some time. I have yet to herald it as the “next big thing,” nor have I almost pooped myself in anticipation. I know, I know. This makes me a bad MMO fan, and potentially a bad human being. However, last week, one of my friends convinced… Continue reading Various and Sundry Things I Learned from the Guild Wars 2 Stress Test Beta
Arctic Rising’s bleak, ice-free, near-future earth satisfies my hunger for a good technothriller just as well as Crichton, Koontz, or Brown always have.
Being a long-time fan of the MMO blog Epic Slant, when Adam “Ferrel” Trzonkowski mentioned he was starting a Kickstarter project for his next book, The Raider’s Companion, my ears perked up. And when he offered review copies it, I couldn’t type the email fast enough. As a long-time MMO vet and raider, I wondered what… Continue reading Book Review – “The Raider’s Companion”