Ok, gang. Let’s talk about some hard-core dodgeball.
Stikbold is a single or local multiplayer game that gives the world what it’s been begging for: a video game about the lethal sport of dodgeball. More importantly, Stikbold is a way for our children to delight in throwing balls at each other’s heads without actually throwing balls at each other’s heads. If, like me, you have kids who frequently play the “let’s punch each other in the stomach” game, this is a gift. Read More
This week my children introduced me to Doki Doki Universe (DDU), and now my evenings will never be the same. In fact, right now it is taking everything in me to sit here and write this review instead of getting on the PS4 so that I can blow kisses to chickens and learn about prejudice from a Sea Monster.
Let me explain. Read More
A few months ago, my 8-year-old daughter was having problems with the kids on her bus. They were making fun of her because she was crying. Why she was crying isn’t really important, but this wasn’t the first time this had happened. We talked about it afterward. I tried to explain to her that most 8-year-olds don’t cry a lot unless something really bad or sad happens to them. She said she knew that, but she couldn’t help it.
“I told them I have autism, Daddy. But that didn’t help.” Read More
Anyone who grew up playing games in the late 90s recalls the popularity of 3D platform games. The mascot wars started to evolve way past Mario and Luigi. More cartoon heroes appeared: Banjo-Kazooie, Crash Bandicoot, Jak and Daxter, Ratchet & Clank, and Spyro the Dragon. Meanwhile one quirky platformer quietly rose to cult classic status – Psychonauts. Read More
This week on The Issue, Courtney and I have a talk about her review of LEGO Dimensions. The main thing we liked about LEGO Dimensions is that it encourages you…