Field Trip: BTS Permission to Dance On Stage

Yesterday was the online version of BTS’ upcoming LA concert Permission to Dance On Stage. So I woke up at 2:30 in the morning to watch them and wanted to share my experience.

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Field Trip: Game Devs of Color Expo 2021

The Game Devs of Color Expo is dedicated to amplifying the creative power held by people of color in games, which they do so by showcasing and uplifting diverse voices in the gaming industry in a multi-day event. The 6th Expo was this past weekend and I was granted the opportunity to attend and share my experience.

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Field Trip: Holidays at Disneyland

This weekend I spent a day at Disneyland and it was my first time being there for their holiday celebrations in many, many years. I’ll be recapping this trip and all of the festive feelings, as well as other new experiences I had at the happiest place on Earth.

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Field Trip Throwback: Adobe MAX 2017

A while back I was going through some things and released there are some events and experiences I have done that I never wrote about for some reason. So I asked if people would be interested in some throwback Field Trips and you all said sure! So today, I am throwing back to 2017 when I attended Adobe MAX.

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First Look: Harry Potter: Wizards Unite

Alright, witches and wizards, it is officially here! Harry Potter: Wizards Unite is the latest Portkey Games and Niantic game which released this past weekend. I have spent the majority of the weekend trying it out and this post I will be sharing my first impressions of the game! Continue reading

Field Trip: Silver Dollar City

On my recent vacation, I got to spend some time at Silver Dollar City, which is a theme park located in Branson, Missouri. Since I am used to the Disney parks, getting to see a whole new park to me was a lot of fun. So I’m going to dive into my trip and share my experience. Continue reading

First Look: Let’s Play

Let’s Play is a webcomic created by Mongie which follows Sam, an aspiring professional game designer who’s first game gets played by Marshall Law, a let’s player akin to those on YouTube. With season one recently ending and season two on the way, I decided to share a first look at this series and share my thoughts with you all. Continue reading

First Look: Lore Olympus

Lore Olympus, created by Rachel Smythe, is a retelling of the mythology of the Grecian gods and goddesses. It particularly focuses on one of the most famous myths, the Taking of Persephone, and how she became the Queen of the Underworld. Continue reading

First Look: Arcade Spirits

Arcade Spirits is a visual novel romantic comedy set in the year 20XX of a future where the 1980s video game crash never happened and arcades are still a thriving form of entertainment. They have a demo of the game available on Steam so I decided to give it a go and give you all a first look. Continue reading

How To Discover New Board Games

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We really are in a board game renaissance and there are now tons and tons of new board games coming out. It’s pretty overwhelming to sift through every new game that hits a shelf, and some that only hit Kickstarter. So here is how you can start searching for new games in the great tabletop sea. Continue reading

How To Geekify Date Night

As a geek, finding another geek to call my significant other has been quite lovely. So with Valentine’s Day this week, I thought it would be a fun post to share how to geekify your dates, whether with a new prospect or your long term partner. Continue reading

How To Discover New Indie Games

When it comes to video games, I really love indie games. I basically only play indie games and very, very rarely play anything else. So I figured I’d share some tips and places I learn about new indie video games. Continue reading

Geeky Ways to Recover from Burnout

We are just over two weeks into the new year, and I am already tired. Tired enough that I have lost the motivation to do many things, including blog. With this feeling, plus the topic of burnout buzzing around the internet, I figured what better way to beat it than by writing about it. So here are some tips to making recovery from burnout a little bit geekier. Continue reading

How To Find Great Mobile Games

I was asked a while ago how I find mobile games to play, especially amongst the sea of Candy Crush parodies and infuriating pay to play models. So I decided to collect my tips on finding great mobile games into a post! Continue reading

First Look: Lara Croft Go

It has been a little while since I have tried out some mobile games, and over the holidays I decided to go through Google Play and go game hunting. One of the games I decided to get and try is Lara Croft Go, which is a puzzle game based on the Tomb Raider series. Here are my first thoughts on this game. Continue reading

Field Trip: PAX Unplugged

Now that it has been a full week since PAX Unplugged started so now is a good time to recap the event, right? I got the opportunity to go with a little bit of luck and the help of Twitter and instead of just attending the con, I was working it, which turned out to be a fascinating experience, especially since it was my first board game convention. Continue reading

How To Choose A Con To Attend

For many geeks, conventions are a way to connect to the communities they are a part of and immerse themselves in the fandoms they love. And there are so many different conventions out there now for all types of fandoms and groups, it can be hard to find the best one for you. So here is a guide to help you figure out ways to choose a con for you. Continue reading

Underrated: Queenie Goldstein

If you have seen the Fantastic Beasts film, you will know who Queenie is. For those that don’t, she is the younger sister Tina, who was one of the more significant characters in the film. Upon my first viewing of Fantastic Beasts, I didn’t give much attention to Queenie. She isn’t the strong, female lead I tend to love. However, given more thought and looking toward The Crimes of Grindelwald, I have decided Queenie deserves more love and appreciation. Continue reading

Field Trip: Twitch Con 2018

This past weekend was Twitch Con in San Jose! I got to go this year and it’s my second Twitch Con, as I went in 2016 as well. Although my focus for this year was meeting up with friends I met through the platform, I did also do a bunch of other stuff and we’re going to recap it all right now.  Continue reading

Field Trip: Disneyland Resort

I have returned from my adventures in Disneyland, although I already want to go back for one more ride on Haunted Mansion Holiday. I’d thought I’d share how my trip went, what I rode, what I ate, and what I bought.  Continue reading

Underrated: Fantastic Beasts

I really enjoy the magical creatures of the Harry Potter world. It is one of the lesser loved areas, but since the Fantastic Beasts films have come out more love is given to these creatures. And while the world has come to love the Niffler, there are so many more beasts and creatures that could use some love.  Continue reading

Underrated: Disney Sidekicks

That’s right, Underrated is back! This is one of my favorite series as I get to give some love to characters that are generally left forgotten. I was thinking of Disney, and how there are some great and lovable sidekicks that we never talk about. So here are a few that I think should get some more love.  Continue reading

Kubo and the Two Strings Review

As usual, I am very late to seeing things when they come out. I heard about Kubo and the Two Strings by a now former coworker when it came out summer 2016, but just recently watched it on Netflix. But, a review is still helpful whenever it comes out, so here is mine.

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Wizarding World Crate Unboxing and Review

 

After seeing some unboxings of the first Wizarding World Crate, I decided to check it out and get the March box, which is Hogwarts House Pride. I’m a Ravenclaw, so my stuff is Ravenclaw products, but all of the house items are the same, just house specific. Let’s say “Alohomora!” and open this box. Continue reading

What to Watch: Tabletop

Recently, Geek and Sundry started it’s fourth season of the Wil Wheaton produced Tabletop, where well-known geeks come together to play a variety of board games. It is both entertaining and educational for those who love board games and those who are new.

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Field Trip: Twitch Con 2016

If you’ve been around the blog before, you have definitely seen that I have written about Twitch quite a bit before. I had the awesome opportunity to attend Twitch Con this year and connect and experience the community and platform on a whole new level.

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YouTube Red Originals Review

I watch YouTube and Twitch more than anything else, and the new YouTube Red Originals have caught my eye a few times. When I finally decided to purchase a subscription, I knew I was going to have to review some of the shows.

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