Geek to Geek Presents

The Thirteenth Story

Video Games at a Higher Level

The (low-key) excellence of edu-gaming

Last week I wrote about genre, but it occurred to me there's one niche that didn't really get covered: educational games. And it's a particularly heinous omission considering the impact these kinds of games have had on my life. It's-a me, your art teacher I'm not sure...

Happy (digital) holidays

Happy Easter everyone! I won't drone on too long, we've all got eggs to hunt and pastel clothes to wear. And depending on the games you play, you may have noticed that it's Easter -- or some vaguely seasonal pastel-flavored, egg and bunny themed holiday -- in your...

Decisions, decisions: The crossroads of story and choice

If you read last week's blog post about Pokemon (which, is here if you missed it) you'll know that I'm big on games that present interesting decisions to players. It's what, at the core, defines a good game to me. But when I talk about this concept with friends,...

Pokémon’s (grassy) Route to Success

When my mom took me to Walmart to purchase a copy of Pokémon Blue on release day in September of 1998 (I was 11) with money that I had saved up my allowance for months to purchase, there's no way she could have known that this little $40 game you played on a dual-tone...

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