I never thought much of guns when I was younger. The closest I've ever come to holding a gun was mindlessly playing Duck Hunt with a laser zapper (or whatever it was supposed to be) on my NES.
Time is strange. I’ve been gone from my dorm for three weeks because of winter break. As I write this, I’ve only been back for a few hours — and yet, it already feels like I never left.
When I walked into Sursa Hall this more than a week ago for a choir concert, I couldn't help but notice something seemed different.
'Fire Emblem Warriors', for all its faults in trying to tell a decent story, still manages to create a satisfying gaming experience. History mode and other extra challenges keep the fun from running out too quickly, and the power of the game’s audiovisuals simply can't be denied.
It's not often a game comes out of nowhere and captures a good amount of the gaming public’s attention.