I didn’t become a hockey fan until about my twenties. I attended a New York Rangers vs New Jersey Devils game right before moving to Chicago. Seeing hockey live in my opinion is really what pushes you to loving the sport. The game is fast, physical and the fan interaction is second to none. When I moved to Chicago I decided to follow the Blackhawks, the team was nothing like they are today. Owned by a grumpy old man that wouldn’t let the games be broadcast on public television. Needless to say as a Blackhawks fan, I got in at the right time.
I wouldn’t call Electronic Super Joy: Groove City a sequel to the original Electronic Super Joy – it only takes about an hour to finish but if you loved the original you’ll surely enjoy the heck out of the 17 new levels, 6 awesome, awesome new tracks and an insane story. Read more…
Shadowrun Returns by Harebrained Schemes was a successful kickstarter campaign giving us a pseudo old-school rpg set in the Shadowrun Universe. I reviewed it back when it was released and said the game was good but it held promise for the future due to DLC and the toolset.
Full disclosure, I’ve never been much of an over the top fan about many things. When it comes to Shadowrun however that is not the case. It’s was my favorite RPG growing up and I still have all the original books and modules. I’m pretty confident I’ve purchased everything Shadowrun from the tactical DMZ board game to the underrated Xbox shooter. It’s not an exaggeration to say I was fully on board when Shadowrun Returns was announced.