Casual gamers are, in my opinion, the bread and butter of any hobby. The vast majority of any hobby’s follower is a casual person who enjoys whatever it is on an ad-hoc basis. And of course the presence of casual gamers has an impact on the gaming experience. If anything because the level of commitment […]
Charisma +1: The Guide to Convention Etiquette for Gamers, Geeks & the Socially Awkward is the rather long and descriptive title of the book by Jessica Brawner that aims to give pointers and share experiences at conventions for those who are less skilled at the social interaction. With all the recent – understandable – talk […]
As usual, I will be very honest. I started reading this book because I like the author. It’s not just that I like him as a writer. I like him as a person. A lot. When Scott told me about the book, he said “it’s not a book about games, but it’s about gamers. Would care to read it and review it if it’s any good for your website”
In the last 12 months, I have attended three conventions, Paizocon UK, Dragonmeet and Conception 2011. In the next 12 months I will be attending even more, and I wish I had time to go attend them all! The reason? Gamers are some of the coolest people on the planet.
By Jeremy Salinas On my “Want to Purchase” list of GenCon 2010 releases, Constantinopolis was at the very bottom, teetering on the edge of “falling off”completely. In fact, as I perused the FFG Booth on Thursday afternoon while waiting patiently in line to pick up my copies of DungeonQuest and Dust Tactics, I noticed on […]