Buying In – Only The Beginning

Recently on the Everyday Gamers Podcast Episode #215, we discussed the trend of buying into games early during their Alpha state. The trend seems to have been set by Minecraft, adopted by Indie game haven Desura and then blasted into primetime with Steam’s Early Access initiative. I have personally supported a handful of Early Access […]

My Musings: Game Reviews

Our 200th Podcast Episode is behind us.  As I approach my fourth anniversary here at Everyday Gamers, I can’t help but look back and wonder what the future will hold.  This article is not a criticism of game reviews, game journalists or yet another criticism of game review scoring systems.  It is, however, a reflection […]

Tim’s Top 5 Games of 2012

Looking back at 2012, I was definitely blessed to be able to play several of the games that were released that year, some of them quite soon after release. This personal achievement means that unlike last year, I actually can do a Game of the Year article for 2012. I’ll be starting with number 5 […]

Pixie Dust Or Perfectly Plausible?

One of the most anticipated games of the year, Assassin’s Creed 3, is now out, and the word on the street is that it’s fantastic. However, I’ve been seeing a lot of people saying that the first mission is “completely unreal”, “Not possible in real life”, “You’d have to be God to not be spotted […]