Tagged:  The Q

By , December 19, 2009 0 Columns

If you ask around, you’ll find that some people thought 2009 was one of the best years gaming has ever had. Others, however, found it to be fairly bland in terms of revolutionizing how we play. As 2009 draws to… Read More »

By , September 6, 2009 0 Columns

It’s that time of the year once again. Time for gamers to dig deep into their wallets to purchase the best games the industry has to offer. This three-to-four-month period will offer the best of the best in gaming. From… Read More »

By , July 21, 2008 0 Columns

There are not enough hours in a day to play all of your favorite games so what games have you started but never got to finish? I’ll probably have to hand in my gamer card at the front desk because… Read More »

By , July 12, 2008 0 Columns

For me (I’m still a young fellar), it would have to be Oregon Trail on the old Apple II computers in second and third grade of elementary school during the early 1990′s. Later when two games called Doom and Doom… Read More »

By , July 1, 2008 0 Columns

Everyone has different tastes. From cars to clothes to food and drink to members of the opposite sex, we all have our likes and dislikes. When it comes to videogames, we have a wide variety of genres to choose from…. Read More »

By , June 27, 2008 0 Columns

Today’s Daily Q is brought to you by the file extension .mp3. I’ve been listening to a lot of music lately, thanks in part to finally reloading my laptop with my entire mp3 collection (I had a minor setback about… Read More »

By , June 17, 2008 0 Columns

Hot on the heels of yesterday’s Daily Q, where I asked about games that exceeded expectations, I’m now here to find out about the other end of the gaming spectrum — games that were utter disappointments. I know there have… Read More »

By , June 17, 2008 0 Columns

Welcome to the late edition of the Daily Q. Today I’ve been thinking about videogames. More specifically, I’ve been thinking about really good videogames; the ones that you never expected to be as great as they ultimately were; the ones… Read More »

By , June 13, 2008 0 Columns

I finished the single player mode of GTA IV the other night and did what I usually do to unwind from a long stint with a video game…I revisit a title from my collection of video games. I decided on… Read More »

By , June 12, 2008 0 Columns

Back in the 80s, but more in the 90s, game guides were huge. Almost every game that came out was accompanied by some kind of game guide, be that official or unofficial. If you were stuck on one of the… Read More »