Mental health is important for everyone. But can gaming help? If not what can help?
In August 2021 I decided to build a video game blog. This was after reading about how to become a video game journalist. This is the first calendar year in review. Its been a steep learning curve with many changes…
With the racing season out of the way, the sim racing season is coming to an end. However the Virtual Le Mans 2022 is about to begin.
Even though Sim racing may not be considered a sport. It is important to keep hydrated especially during long stints. Here's some tips on how to keep hydrated.
A new challenge is setting the racing sim world on fire in iRacing. The Mercedes F1 vs the Nordschleife. The times have been set, can you beat it.
The features I want to see in the new Saints Row game that will potentially release in 2022. It looks lit is going to be a reboot of the franchise.
Another quick look at The Ranchers within the Harvest Moon genre. Do we need another one like this? Or will it have features that others do not have?
YouTube is a great resource for many different types of videos. There are also heaps of sim racing personalities channels to get stuck into. Here are the one's I recommend.
Ever wanted to go back in time to see what it was like in the medieval period. What about building your own city? Looks Like New Home: Medieval Village may have what your looking for.
We are almost in 2022. But what is there to look forward to in the new year? Are there any games I want to play?