Tango de Ghostwire: Tokyo

There’s something interesting about Ghostwire: Tokyo that keeps me engaged in the post-apocalyptic world of downtown Tokyo, and I can say that it’s definitely not the combat system. While running around saving the world from the supernatural forces, petting as many dogs as possible, chatting with cats, and missing a large percentage of my attacks,Continue reading “Tango de Ghostwire: Tokyo”

Video Games and the Cognitive Dilemma

Throughout my life I’ve spent countless hours on a console. If it’s one thing I’ve learned it’s cognitive dissonance, an emotional intelligence. People have the ability to turn on or off cognitive dissonance. Something I used to struggle with as a vegan was fighting or using animals in a simulation. I turn that off andContinue reading “Video Games and the Cognitive Dilemma”