Disney just revealed tons of new shows and movies for fans to look forward to? What are we most excited about as a team? And in life, what can we look forward to in order to hang on to hope and joy?
The end of 2020 saw a lot of video game delays. What are some of the frustrations that can arise from delaying a video game? What are some benefits? And how do we respond when something in our life is delayed?
We interview Andrew Lowen, the creator of “Deliverance” the board game.
We share some things we are grateful for and why we are so thankful for YOU.
Movie Theaters are shutting down amidst the continuing pandemic. Is there anything we can learn and apply to our own lives as we witness another industry tackling difficult times?
[Topics: Not Comparing Ourselves to Others, Quality Matters] Microsoft recently stunned the gaming industry by purchasing Bethesda Gaming Studios for over $7 Billion. Is this a good move for gamers? Will this impact the quality and availability of Bethesda’s games on other platforms? Will smaller gaming studios be able to compete against the might of… continue reading »
[Topics: Healthy Hobbies, Stewardship, Managing Resources] Some very popular Board Games have recently released new versions or expansions. What are some of the ones our team is most excited about? Which ones are you excited about? With so many new Board Games releasing throughout the year, is there ever a down-side to this plethora of… continue reading »
We discuss new game consoles coming out soon and whether game exclusivity is a form of “favoritism” and bad for the gaming industry.
We interview Patrick Lysaght the creator of “Commissioned” and discuss its upcoming expansion “The Call” now on Kickstarter as well as game design, publishing games, faith, and dealing with tragedy.
[Topics: Contentment, Satisfaction, Trust] It’s time to take Our Shot! “Hamilton” is a Broadway smash hit. This past summer, the musical made its debut on Disney +, which made the show accessible to an entirely new audience who never had the chance to see it in person. What did our team think of this musical… continue reading »