The first Dark Souls game turns seven this year and we’re already getting a remastered edition. Today during a mini-Nintendo Direct, Nintendo revealed Dark Souls: Remastered coming to Nintendo Switch…
Moms Nicole Tanner, Linda Breneman, and Kelly Knox, and dad Stephen Duetzmann talk about lots of video game news this week. Then we talk about what we’re playing.
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Families aren’t just formed of parents and kids—and when it comes to gaming, the nuclear family isn’t the only type that benefits. I’ve always been interested in the way couples work gaming into their lives. We know that gaming together can improve relationships—but for millennials, who are already so wired into technology, is it just another distraction?
I asked my friends David and Elyssa to chat with me about their relationship and how gaming fits into their lives. David is a Software Development Engineer with Amazon.com, and Elyssa is an Assocate Producer with Cricket Moon Media. Both are in their early 20s, and both have been—well, you’ll find out how they feel about games.