Why Ramble?

In a society where social media runs rampant, it seems mob mentality is inevitable on the internet. This is most apparent in the video game scene. It’s gotten so bad that people often berate others for their personal preferences in video games, consoles of choice, and even how they play a video game. Well, that’s why I’m here.

I’m a natural optimist when it comes to video games. I actively seek the good in games while accepting that not everything is perfect, so this is why my blog site exists. I want to make every gaming experience exactly that: an experience. Something we can all enjoy in. The good, the bad, everything, and reflect on said experiences. Sure, it sounds cheesy, but I think we can all benefit by seeing video games as art.

“Video games are bad for you? That’s what they said about rock and roll.” — Shigeru Miyamoto, creator of Super Mario Bros., Legend of Zelda, and many more classics

2 thoughts on “Why Ramble?

  1. I agree 100%
    In fact as I stream if I am playing on Xbox people feel the need to comment “PS4” is better?
    which seems to be going out of your way to try to demoralize a random person without any added knowledge about them.
    Even tho I own all current gens that base it off that quick “mob mentality” fact of I am there so I must only do that.

    Keep the articles up, they are nice short reads!

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    1. I feel like people who do things like that have some sort of complex; they feel unsatisfied by elements of their own life, so they put others down to make themselves feel better. People who can’t create will try to destroy, even if that means the happiness of someone else. All consoles are amazing consoles so long as you’re enjoying it yourself. Keep doing your thing! And I’m glad you like them! I’ll definitely work on posting more.

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