How I got my gaming groove back

The first game I can remember playing was Super Mario Bros. in the early 90’s. Having played games for the better part of three decades, fatigue was bound to set. With seemingly the same types of games released year after year an overall malaise set upon my desire to play game.… Read More How I got my gaming groove back


Peoria Spring Training Experience

Spring training is a yearly ritual that signifies the return of America’s favorite past time. The first feeling I had while walking into the stadium was the different vibe I felt. It had more of an intimate homey type feel. Major Leagues baseball stadiums are huge structures that can at times feel cold. The Peoria sports complex felt like a town fair where you’d gather with friends and family for a picnic. … Read More Peoria Spring Training Experience

E3: The Last Day

The last day of E3 Dinosaur Spaceship explored the surrounding offerings. Starting with E3 Live which was a registration event open to fans. E3 Live was a small sectioned off area outside next to the Staples Center. With a WB booth showing off various games including “Lego Star Wars The Force Awakens” and “Lego Dimensions”. There was an Alienware section showing off steam machines and A giant Titanfall Statue pictured above. There was a Facebook experience section, a tent showing off the HTC Vive, a twitch booth and booths selling some merchandise.… Read More E3: The Last Day

Quarter Season Review: Padres “A Tale of Two Teams”

San Diego sports fans don’t have much to be excited about these days. When the Executive Chairman of the Padres Ron Fowler comes out and calls the teams recent play “pathetic and embarrassing” and overall “miserable failures” it’s hard to hold out hope. Fowler doing his best Ray Kroc impression expressed the sentiment of all Padres fans. It was a breath of fresh air to hear such candor from men at the top. Which led to the Padres are making the wrong kinds of national headlines.… Read More Quarter Season Review: Padres “A Tale of Two Teams”