One of the truths we hold self evident is that we all know just how addictive video gaming can be. Heck, almost anything that we enjoy could become addictive.
After a year as timultuous as this one, what's a better way to end it than with a collection of balls? At least, that's what we've been asking ourselves.
The annual game awards show comes on conveniently at the end of the year, and for the past several years, the Sistahs have watched the festivities and delivered their opinions about it. They admit that they are usually disappointed by the
Panda is very demanding about anime. They must be animated well. They must be interesting. And they must have a good story.
There are two truths you should always abide: Never watch an elevator being repaired and never watch sausage being made. You just don't want to know what goes into either service. You may never ride an elevator again, and you may never eat sausage again.
Electronic Arts learned the true meaning of infuriation this week. They crossed the wrong people. And who are the wrong people? The video game players who also frequent social media.
For the Sistahs of the ElectricSistaHood, playing video games used to be hunting and killing. But as they've grown older, there's a new aspect of gaming that overrides merely taking aim. They demand that the game has a worthwhile story.
As Thomas Jefferson said, there are things that are self-evident. One of those, according to Panda, is that great-looking water makes a great game.