Violent Video Game Taxes?

Earlier this morning, I read an article on Forbes that talked about how Pennsylvania Rep. Christopher Quinn wants to create a violent video game tax law which would be used to buff up school security in a variety of different ways. If anyone is interested in the article itself I'll include a link at the … Continue reading Violent Video Game Taxes?


Gaming Adventure: VIII

After putting down Metro Exodus last week, I went through a decent backlog of games. I hadn’t really picked up anything on the Nintendo Switch after Tetris 99. So ultimately, everything that I’ve been playing recently has been on either the PlayStation 4, or the Xbox One. There’s still a few games that I want … Continue reading Gaming Adventure: VIII