Gotta Go Fast

The racing genre of video games has been around for a very long time. The first-ever racing game released was Grand Prix by SEGA in 1969. Yeah, that’s not a typo! 1969 was the same year that Neil Armstrong first set foot on the moon! Since then, racing games have evolved through multiple generations to look vastly different, but they still retain the need for … Continue reading Gotta Go Fast

Bigger is Not Always Better

At least it’s not in the gaming world! In the gaming industry, there are large companies that produce AAA games (Call of Duty, Fortnite, Assassin’s Creed, Halo, etc.) and there are smaller companies that develop indie games. An indie game is a video game that typically comes from a smaller studio and does not have the financial backing of a publisher. Because these small indie … Continue reading Bigger is Not Always Better

Fantasy Meets Football

It’s Sunday afternoon and I’m over at a friend’s place watching their cats while they are away. I’m half doing homework and half watching football (you know, multitasking!). It got me thinking about fantasy football as a video game! In the last blog we talked about how gaming can be played and IS for everyone you just have to find what interests you. Fantasy football … Continue reading Fantasy Meets Football