Things my partner has said while gaming that I never thought I’d ever hear anyone say

Hey, Gamers! So this post has been a long time in the making, and I wasn’t going to post it yet but there’s a lot here so I figured I might do a part 2 when it comes to it. So some background- my partner and I have been together for three and a halfContinue reading “Things my partner has said while gaming that I never thought I’d ever hear anyone say”

Gaming Quote of the Week #8

“Nothing is true, everything is permitted.”- Ezio Auditore, Assassins Creed II. I know I’ve already done an AC post… but I love History, okay?! But seriously, this quote is genius for a game based in history. For those who don’t know, I study history at University. I’m in my final year (unless I do aContinue reading “Gaming Quote of the Week #8”

Gaming quote of the week #7

“Don’t ever stop. Always keep going, no matter what happens and is taken from you. Even when life is so unfair, don’t give up.”- Ezio, Assassins Creed II I think this year has been bad in some way for everyone. I actually liked the quarantine because I don’t like going outside and interacting with otherContinue reading “Gaming quote of the week #7”

The Man Who Killed His Own Son- Assassin’s Creed Origins

WARNING: Spoilers for the prologue of Assassin’s Creed Origins. So, my birthday was late November, and my partner got me Assassin’s Creed Origins! I’m a huge history nerd, but I mainly lean on the side of modern European history, so Ancient Egypt is a huge difference from what I am used to. However, Ancient EgyptContinue reading “The Man Who Killed His Own Son- Assassin’s Creed Origins”

Should historical figures and events be used in video games?

So, for my last post, I covered a similar type of thing (but with mental health). This post, however, actually came into my mind months ago as I had a lecture about it. Since then, I have been on several rants (to the people in my class and my partner) about the topic, and IContinue reading “Should historical figures and events be used in video games?”