Minecraft has never been my speed, but now that my child has incorporated it into our rotation of multiplayer titles I'm trying to learn to appreciate it for what it is.
Gaming with my mother was a formative memory for me, but sharing that experience with my own child is harder than I anticipated.
I can see the end on the horizon in Paper Mario: Black Pit, but I also know there's still some work to do.
This week I dig into the new game mode I unlocked at the end of my last session with the Black Pit: the Maze!
I've played through this game four times now, and I'm starting to lose motivation to strive for a perfect conclusion.
Plants vs Zombies was a game I didn't have a lot of expectations for, but I was pleasantly surprised by its quality as an introductory strategy game.
After my initial overview of the Black Pit last week, I take a deep dive into the Roguelike Pit where I've spent the majority of my time so far.
Each life you live in I Was a Teenage Exocolonist is an opportunity to learn how to prevent tragedy in another life.
My kid loves playing Rayman Legends and Super Mario 3D World with me - but which one do I find the preferable experience?