Top 5 Wednesday: Books That Would Make Good Video Games

This week’s Top 5 Wednesday topic is perfect for a sci-fi and fantasy lover like me. Here are the SFF books I can’t wait to read.

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Am I Playing Skyrim Wrong?

If it’s not my choice of weapon, it will be my choice of quests, how I spend my skill points (if you were wondering, this could be described as “haphazardly”, at best), or if those don’t bother you enough, maybe you just don’t like my character’s name. For whatever reason, I wouldn’t be suprised if you think my current Skyrim character is a mess. For … Continue reading Am I Playing Skyrim Wrong?

Meet Virtual Reality – and Meet its Limitations

With keen early-adopters starting to receive the Oculus Rift today, you wouldn’t be blamed for thinking that we’ve finally made it into the world of virtual reality gaming.
But despite how attainable this technology might seem, and indeed it is – the first Oculus Rift was hand-delivered by its creator, Palmer Lucky this weekend – the question still remains: is this technology ready to be adopted by the masses? Continue reading Meet Virtual Reality – and Meet its Limitations

The Geek Show: Valentine’s Day, Games Modding, and Being an Independent Creator

Happy Valentine’s Day, followers. Here’s my gift to you: the latest Geek Show podcast. This week, we discussed some last minute geeky Valentine’s Day ideas, and gave you a run-down of some hilariously geeky cards and chat-up lines. We were also joined by this week’s guest, James Baillie, to talk about online community¬†Exilian, game modding, and some of the challenges facing smaller creators. Catch the … Continue reading The Geek Show: Valentine’s Day, Games Modding, and Being an Independent Creator