David Jagneaux currently writes about employee benefits topics at his day job in the San Francisco Bay Area while he moonlights as a freelance games writer. You can find his work across the interwebs at various different sites. It’s dangerous to go alone, so follow him on Twitter @David_Jagneaux.
Last week, Oculus announced that the first Consumer Version or CV1, edition of the highly anticipated Oculus Rift virtual reality headset would cost $600. That’s a lot of money. This price point is more expensive than most pieces of technology an average consumer owns and is probably more than most people can afford to spend […]
As a game critic, I typically try to distance my emotions from my ability to judge a game; I think I do a pretty good job. However, once in a while a game comes along that I truly wish was better. In the case of Might and Magic Heroes, it’s a series I’ve been playing […]
If you ask anyone, gaming enthusiasts or otherwise, to name a first-person military shooter, chances are you’ll get the same two or three answers from everyone such as Call of Duty, Battlefield, and if they’re remembering years past, Medal of Honor.
There are few scenarios in which being in the nicest penthouse suite at the top of a 100-storey hotel would be considered a bad thing, but an apocalypse is definitely one to make that rare list. Once everything hits the fan and you realize you’re trapped at the top of this tower as a wealthy […]
I can say with complete confidence that Sunset is unlike anything I’ve experienced before. While I hesitate to refer to the experience as merely a ‘game’ since it is so much more than that, it would be accurate to at least describe it as an incredibly unique and intimate experience. Everything starts in an elevator. […]