God of War: Art With a Philosophical Edge (SPOILERS)

As promised in my God of War review posted earlier this week, I wanted to write an in-depth treatise regarding the subject matter, the philosophy behind the narrative and the message it portrays, as well as my simple admiration for this sprawling canvas of majestic, passionately created art.  So be warned!  Major spoilers for God…

Video Games & Knowledge: Unmasking a Dangerous Evil

Video games have raised generations of kids.  But as time goes on, they become more complex.  Narrative driven games were largely unheard of until the mid-90’s.  Even then, the story lines were usually about two-inches deep.  But now, we are treated to masterfully created epics that are truly rivaling cinema.  With all the money one…

Avengers Infinity War – Review: Conqueror of Box Offices

Avengers: Infinity War might not be the light-hearted, whimsical affair of its MCU predecessors.  In fact, we’re dealing with a Marvel movie that is a bit more macabre for our actionable, willing heroes.  That seriousness of this film permeates the screen at its fullest just after a third of the way through.  The Russo brothers…

Nintendo Switch: My Introspective Journey Back to the Mushroom Kingdom

My earliest childhood memories of home console gaming was of Galaga and Pole Position II on my father’s Atari 7800.  I was a meager 3 and 4 years of age at the time.  So, these memories are fleeting at best, and the only thing that ever kept them alive was my dad’s nostalgia for that…