Monday, May 7, 2012
Few months ago I got a buzz from my editor telling me there is a new short term offer to feature KREO transformers instead of the run-the-mill Brick Gamers. After a few back and forth about the pros and cons it was agreed I will do a few strips for them .... so enter the transformers!
Now a lot of you LEGO fans/users might be wondering how is KREO's bricks compared to our beloved LEGO's, well I have been building and shooting using KREO's bricks and I gotta tell they are on par in terms of feel, texture and quality.
Last but not least... both brands' bricks are compatible, meaning you can mix them up and build! KREO has some variety of their own unique bricks which opens up new building possibilities for you builders out there... if you are not a 'purist' so to speak.
Monday, April 30, 2012
Our long journey of telling the stories of video gamers with quality bricks has come to a possible conclusion with the strip above, all these years of playing and learning in a platform that has seen improvements over a thousand folds in terms of complexity, visual presentations and story plots.
In this new dawn even term "video game" itself is slowly losing its identity as the ability to play on a screen has jumped from the static TV and computer screens to the mobile laptop, hand held devises and then to the modern smart phones; but we are confident for no matter whatever new form it will take on, playing video game will remain as the favourite pass time for millions of us for a long time to come.
Monday, April 23, 2012
Monday, April 16, 2012
As playing video game has since become the primary past time for millions around the world, the old stigma and stereo typing of a video gamer changed dramatically over the years. So much so these days you can actually find a lot studies showing positive benefit of playing video games while the old myths surrounding video gamers slowly fades into oblivion.
Sunday, April 8, 2012
What do old / retired gamers do in their spare time? Well, personally I have a few friends who kinda reach that stage and instead of playing, they watch online play through videos of their beloved video game franchises latest titles.
While this might sound strange to gamers who are still in their "prime" (i.e those who still can afford the time and resources to sit down and play a modern game), one can hazard a guess this kinda phenomenon could actually be more wide spread then we believed.
Monday, April 2, 2012
This strip was made at the time Batman: Arkham City was released, sequel to the 2009 award winning video game Batman: Arkham Asylum, the game continues to do the miracle no other game does: making you feel like you are Batman while playing it.