Best Buy customer for life

In my recent Xbox One Elite debacle, I had to go to Best Buy to swap out my bundle. I figured I would pick up an external drive while I was there. I found a G-Drive 1TB 7200 RPM USB 3 & Thunderbolt portable drive for $65.99. When I was checking out, it rang up […]

Xbox One Elite: cool product, questionable support

I recently purchased an Xbox One Elite bundle as I wanted to plunge into a nice, premium controller. My experience with the controller has had mixed emotions. On the one hand, I like the features. Programming the buttons and paddles, adjusting the center LED brightness, saving 2 profiles—it’s all so cool! On the other hand, […]

Halo: Anniversary

Yeah, yeah, I know: I’m late to the dinner table. Anniversary has been out for nearly a year, and I just now got around to buying it. It wasn’t for lack of desire, but for lack of money and priority. Alas, I have it, and I started playing it last night with my buddy, Erik. […]

Saying Goodbye to Video Games

Video games are expensive. They are also time consuming. And, recently, they have been subpar. Modern Warfare 3 is good, but it isn’t as good as Modern Warfare 2. In the words of Kevin O’Leary from Shark Tank, “You’re dead to me.” Street Figher X Tekken is cumbersome, clunky, and crappy. Again, “You’re dead to […]

Street Fighter X Tekken

Street Fighter X Tekken. Well, I finally played the game. On Medium, I blew through the Arcade like it was nothing. I had to resort to fireball-dragonpunch techniques, making it all too easy. What was particularly frustrating was that it would register HK+HP and try to launch the opponent when I didn’t press those two […]