I wanted to check-in really quick to briefly outline what my blog is going to cover in 2016. With the New Year around the corner, I wanted to get an idea even for myself of what direction I want my blog to go in.
I take it that if you clicked on this article, you want to become a more productive gamer. So, keep on reading.
I’ll be sharing 10 productivity tips that are helping me be more efficient in my work and have allowed me to take on extra commitments; all while still enjoying what I love the most: family and friends, blogging, WWE, basketball, anime, and gaming.
When implemented, these productivity tips will benefit anybody, including you.
I love video games as much as the next gamer. I have a huge collection of Xbox 360 games; it has enough games that I feel that I’d be bragging if I listed them all. I have a decently sized collection of Nintendo 3DS and DS games. I have some PC Games: Guild Wars 2, Diablo III, Final Fantasy VII, and Final Fantasy XIV. And I have a couple of gaming consoles that I don’t play as much with: the Xbox One and the Nintendo DS Lite.
One of my goals as a gamer and blogger is to help other gamers realize their potential. You can define “potential” in whichever way you want: personal potential, professional potential, or both. As a fellow gamer who’s ambitious and constantly working on my physical and mental health, and working towards massive professional success, I can speak on both topics.
One problem that I once faced as a gamer in high school and college was a lack of direction. While I had an idea of what I wanted to do with my life and career, I was not clear about it nor sold on it. “I want to make video games” was something I always told myself and others. While that’s a goal that’s still on the back of my mind, that’s not really what I want to do at this moment anymore.
Gaming and positivity. Ever heard of that concept before? No? Well, that’s because I just created it. Actually, you probably have, and if so, I’m here to be another voice on that topic.
As a gamer myself, there’s one thing in the internet gaming space that really grinds my gears. And it’s as simple as this:
So many gamers are so damn negative.
(Taken from CAG Twitter feed)
If anyone is into RPGs, it’s definitely worth a look to check out Final Fantasy VIII and Tales of Vesperia, especially at the current posted prices!
Final Fantasy VIII ($6 with promo code GFDJAN25) – PC Download
Tales of Vesperia – $4.94 for Xbox Gold Members
I’ve played both games and Tales of Vesperia is especially a steal at $4.94. Get both while you can.
Everyone please check out this new gaming website I’ve been working on: www.hyakkiscorner.com! If you can take a moment and bookmark the site and register on it, I would be eternally grateful for your support. We focus on writing video game reviews and guides, and provide user interactivity through forums and article discussions. So please check it out!