A Poké-Pleasant Surprise

March 8, 2011


My blog has been inactive due to my other obligations, but I found something that I thought was worth sharing: I picked up my copy of Pokémon: White when it came out on Sunday, and when I pulled out all the paper manuals that came with it, I was pleasantly surprised to see this recycle logo […]

Nature’s Influence: The Legend of Zelda Series

December 5, 2010


The Legend of Zelda series is one of the most successful and popular in the video game world.  In each of the Zelda titles, a fantastic world affluent with nature provides the setting for the legendary tales.  This should be the case coming from the Nintendo genius, Shigeru Miyamoto.   This name is revered throughout […]

An Informative Rant About TVs

November 28, 2010


Anyone get any amazing Black Friday deals on TVs?  There were plenty of sales going on this year at every store that sold televisions, with TVs usually being on the front page, and at the top of everyone’s wish list (including mine.)  Of course, as a college student with very little money to spare, and […]

This One Will Be Sure to WoW You

November 21, 2010


I finally decided to take on World of Warcraft (WoW) with the help of my friend, Sean.  For those of you who aren’t familiar with this PC game, here’s a brief introduction. For many people, WoW introduced them to MMORPGs, aka Massively Multiplayer Online Role Playing Games.  MMORPGs utilize the internet for players to connect, […]

Posted in: Nature's Influence, PC

In on the DLC

November 14, 2010


In my first post, “Is Your Game Really Yours?” I talked about a Supreme Court ruling and how it may affect the reselling of your old video games, and how reselling your old games is better for the environment than sending them to your local landfill.  In this entry, I will highlight another environmentally friendly […]

Posted in: Other Tech, Video Games

The Greener Side of Facebook

November 7, 2010


It seems like every major corporation and business nowadays is attempting to be greener and more environmentally friendly, and Facebook is no different. Facebook has their very own green page  (www.facebook.com/green) that members can “like” and visit to view green news from the social media giant.  Under its info page, the first sentence under their […]

Recharge Your Wallet

October 31, 2010


Not all gamers (like not all people) care about “being green” or being environmentally friendly, but who doesn’t like to save money?  A simple way gamers can help out the environment and save some moolah is by utilizing rechargeable batteries in your controllers. Here are some suggestions if you’re not sure what brand to purchase. […]