Brandon Perton's Blog
What’s up everyone, my name is Brandon Perton I’ve spent years in the culinary field. I’ve cooked for countless celebrities and worked in some of the top restaurants in Chicago and Philadelphia. After my first child was born, I decided to start up my own video game company call The Old School Game Vault @ https://theoldschoolgamevault.com/.
I've started up a pretty cool blog on my site which talks about my love of the retro side of gaming. I also have many current genre of articles and reviews. I found a lot of enjoyment in playing the vast library of games on steam.
After E3 2019, everyone seems to be talking about what the next generation of consoles might bring, how Google Stadia will influence the market, and how excited they are for the future of gaming.
Virtual reality has been discussed intensively over the past few years, ever since the initial announcement of the Oculus Rift. When people talk about virtual reality, they talk about gaming.
The video game industry generates billions of dollars a year annually, and it is only expected to grow over the next few years. So the landscape is ripe for any fledgling entrepreneur who wants to sell video games or create the next great gaming company.
When DLC started to become a significant force early into the last (PS3, 360, Wii) generation of console gaming. Many didn't know what to expect from downloadable content, but now it's here to stay.
Videogames are slowly gaining acceptance as credible educational tools, though of course they still have plenty of skeptics. Discussions of videogames and education in popular media tend to focus, understandably, on classroom possibilities.
A recent Wired article by Bo Moore investigates indie game designers learning that lesson and leading a resurgence of games focused on local multiplayer.
Brandon Perton's Comments
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I totally agree, I think ...
I totally agree, I think the media just likes to dig up stories and blame violent acts on something. I don t think that playing shooters video games makes me or anyone else I know more likely to be violent in real life. r n r nI 've read a ...