Game Companies, please add profanity filters

Game Companies, please add profanity filters

As a young boy growing up in the seventies, I enjoyed playing Cops and Robbers and Cowboys and Indians with my neighbors and friends. We’d often play for the longest periods after More »

XBOX.com, fix your Webstore!

XBOX.com, fix your Webstore!

Like many people I know, I’m a long time customer of Microsoft which is one of the biggest and richest companies on the planet. I’m also a happy XBOX gamer and Live subscriber. More »

Digital New Releases Are Expensive

Digital New Releases Are Expensive

I never thought I would want to go digital. In fact, I still buy most of my music on CD since it’s so easy to rip them to mp3s, and I don’t More »

I Am A Gamer

I Am A Gamer

It was late 1970 something, and my older brother had just come home from the store where my Dad had taken him so he could spend some cash he recently received. Not More »

 

Game Companies, please add profanity filters

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As a young boy growing up in the seventies, I enjoyed playing Cops and Robbers and Cowboys and Indians with my neighbors and friends. We’d often play for the longest periods after returning from the store with a new bow and arrow, or six shooter “cap” gun with several fresh rolls of exploding “caps” Fifty years

XBOX.com, fix your Webstore!

XBOX.com-out-of-order

Like many people I know, I’m a long time customer of Microsoft which is one of the biggest and richest companies on the planet. I’m also a happy XBOX gamer and Live subscriber. Well, most of the time. This holiday I received an XBOX Live points / cash card (or whatever they call it now) and decided to buy

Digital New Releases Are Expensive

Going-Digital-Fi

I never thought I would want to go digital. In fact, I still buy most of my music on CD since it’s so easy to rip them to mp3s, and I don’t ever have to worry about backing up my digital music collection. You know, for when that massive EMP hits and erases all our

I Am A Gamer

I-am-a-gamer-fi

It was late 1970 something, and my older brother had just come home from the store where my Dad had taken him so he could spend some cash he recently received. Not yet ten years old, I was always amazed at the cool things my older brother would buy. And what he had just bought was