Cloud taught me that surviving the ordeals of the past and pushing forward makes one stronger. He taught me how to rise above my own weakness and be a better person. -Ryan from Games with Coffee Not too … Continue reading “An Interview with a Hyperactive Coffee Mage”
…I realized that if we’re going to talk about the games then let’s just talk about the games and not drag the ugliness of the real world into places where it doesn’t exist.
-Moses Norton Continue reading “An Interview with a Well-Red Mage”
“And I think this is all I’ve ever wanted from gaming really—just something that’s immersive, fun and stirs the emotions.” Continue reading The Well-Red Mage interviews Tony Single
“…A game just needs to be fun for me to invest time into it. Gameplay is important to me because I play games to have fun. I don’t like when story is center focus over gameplay because a game can tell a good story, but lack everywhere else. Finding a balance is important.” Continue reading Well-Red Mage interviews Drakulus
“I think being old enough to enjoy fairy tales again is being mature enough to know what makes you happy, and to do it without worrying about what society says you “should” be doing.” Continue reading Well-Red Mage interviews Athena Veta (The AmbiGamer)
Sit back in your favorite leather armchair and get ready for a true discussion with our eleventh blogger interview. This time I had the pleasure of talking with published author Matt Doyle of Matt Doyle Media, and the guy gave answers verbose enough to occupy encyclopedias! It’s clear that Matt is a writer at heart, always willing to answer even the simplest of questions with thought-out and engaging responses. He made this interview a record-breaking twelve-thousand word marathon of pop culture goodness and insight. I felt like I was right there with him as he talked about his life’s experiences. I hope you’re as inspired by his words as I was. Continue reading Well-Red Mage interviews Matt Doyle
“There are lines that shouldn’t be crossed in my opinion, and sometimes excessive violence is used in place of any kind of story development. Regardless of the perversion of the genre in many cases, I feel like it can present some of the deepest subjects and concerns that may be too dark and heavyhearted for other genres to tackle.” Continue reading Well-Red Mage interviews Sublime Reviews (The Midnight Mystic Mage)