I will be back again at MGC in Milwaukee, WI. It is one the my favorite conventions in the Midwest and is always a great time. I’ll be there at the merch table with my books starting Friday (until they sell out).
Also, Kyle and I will be doing our third annual VGBS MGC Live Panel! Check it out and let us know if you are coming to hang out.
Here is more information on the Panel:
It’s been a month since the last progress report so it’s time to update everyone once again on where the Definitive Complete SNES books are at.
It’s time to announce the 10th book from Hagen’s Alley…
Due to the success of The Complete NES and The Complete SNES, we are proud to announce our next book(s) in the series….The Complete Switch!
The Boys are here, together in one place…comin’ atcha from the VGBS Retroseum!
Before we dive into Ni No Kuni II: The Revenant Kingdom, let’s take a look back at Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch. This excellent game by Level-5 Studio tackles depression and the grieving process in a way we have never seen before. On this episode we explore the philosophy of the game’s overarching story which explores a boy’s journey as he deals with death, and loss. This is just Part One! Be sure to check out Part Two Next week!
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God doesn’t exist. At least, not in the way we all think. On this week of Gamer’s Guide we take a deeper look into how theology and our perceptions of God through the lens of Nintendo’s Bayonetta.
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