Posts Written OnDecember 2016

Nintendo Switch: The best and worst of gaming

Nintendo Switch: Review

The Switch represents the best and worst of gaming. The biggest advances for Nintendo are coming this next year as they get ready to release their newest gaming console: The Nintendo Switch. The Switch represents the best and the worst of gaming in a single console. Oh sure, Nintendo recently made news by selling nearly 200,000 units of their throwback entertainment system, The NES Classic, in a single month. Nintendo has long made their standard the family-friendly, graphics-light, casual gamer category. But the Switch is hoping to take that to the next level. The Best and the Worse: Watch this first. To fully…

Ticket to Ride: Board Game Review

Ticket to Ride: A board game for every player

Ticket to Ride: A great game for any age People are always looking for a family activity where they can uplug from the t.v., cell phones, video games, and activities that draw us apart, and do something together. Board games are a great option, and Ticket to Ride is a crowd pleaser that fits well with any number of playing environments. family game night kids playing with friends board game nights with adult friends board game club at a junior high (I’ve done it. It’s awesome.) trying to win Uncle of the Year award with nieces and nephews (done that too) This…

DOOM (2016): Game Review

Doom: Game Review. Is it worth the gore?

What Parents Need to Know about DOOM DOOM (2016) is not meant for kids.  Doom is part first-person shooter, part survival-horror. Their tag-line says a lot: “Fight like hell”. The game premise is simple: You are a space marine stranded on Mars a portal has been opened to hell and you are the only one who can stop it. Players use a range of weapons (pistols, shotguns, rocket launchers, the ever-famous chainsaw) to kill a variety of demons and push the hordes of evil out of this reality. Of course, this can only be done through intense, and incredibly graphic, violence.…