So next month my family is taking a trip out to the-middle-of-nowhere-Ohio to enjoy a little peace and quiet in a nice cabin. We booked the cabin considering essentially one main factor: it’s far away from people, places, and things. This is excellent for de-stressing, but it also means we’ll have to provide our own… Continue reading Five Contenders for Family Game Night (Cabin-In-The-Woods Edition)
The Google Stadia. Oh boy. Where do I begin. When I heard that a power house like Google was making a gaming console I was honestly excited. The industry needed a decent competitor to take on the video game giants Microsoft, Nintendo, and the great Sony. However, when I found out what the system actually… Continue reading Why The Google Stadia Will Eventually Meet Its End
Today you are in for a special treat! 101 Militia Gaming brings you an exclusive interview with Andrew Dudich, owner of Adventure Arcade Escape Rooms located in Danville, Illinois. Dudich has been designing puzzle adventures and rooms along with his business co-owner and girlfriend, Racheal Anderson, for two years. I've always been interested in what… Continue reading Interview: Andrew Dudich with Adventure Arcade Escape Rooms
Yesterday was National Video Game Day! Did you celebrate? Video games have gone from being a fun recreational activity to now being a career option through competitive E-Sports. One thing is for sure, they are not going away anytime soon. Fans of video games took to Twitter and soon #ThanksToVideoGames was one of the top… Continue reading #ThanksToVideoGames
Happy Wednesday, y'all! Ready to talk about a retro favorite? On today's Cult Classic Throwback, we are going to talk about a real favorite among many far and wide - id Software's Doom. For some of you too young to know, or those who just need a brief refresher, Doom was released in late 1993… Continue reading Cult Classic Throwback: Doom
Like most adult gamers of today I grew up strictly singleplayer. During the early and mid 2000s, singleplayer games were all we had! Of course with the few exceptions of split screen, we were just used to a good solo experience. It was enjoyable. There was no stress to be the best, because the only… Continue reading To PvE or PvP?