Andy Wonnacott

Just a middle-aged man who finds time to sprinkle in work, basketball, TV and movies in between his love of gaming.
Editorial

The Cruel Nature of Political Ad Season

Like clockwork, the time for abrasive political television advertisements has arrived. For the better part of a year after the…

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Mega Man 11 Review

With the Mega Man series sitting on top of my all-time favorite platforming games, my excitement reached a fever pitch…

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What Happened to the Beat-Em Up Genre?

Back in the olden days, we had these weird places called “arcades.” Not the ones that you see making a…

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Damon’s “Kavanaugh” Shows SNL Has Life

As I tiptoe into the world of politics, it is my duty to keep this article as apolitical as possible.…

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Redragon K556-RK RGB Review

For the better part of my entire adult life, I have only known one type of keyboard: plastic. Sure, I…

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PES 2019’s Online Problems Complicate a Good Game

For the better part of my soccer-playing life, I have been on “team Pro Evolution.” When I was a really…

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Cleaning Up the Great Pacific Garbage Patch

Every day, the world’s oceans become further polluted with human waste. The worst culprit of all is plastic, which has…

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The Ridiculous Reaction to Elon Musk’s Interview

For the better part of two and a half hours, Joe Rogan and Elon Musk bounced back and forth in…

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Djokovic Defeats Del Potro in US Open Final

On Saturday night, the tennis world was treated to a high-level match between two talented players, Serena Williams and Naomi…

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50th US Open Women’s Final Ends in Controversy

Heading into the 50th US Open Women’s Final between Naomi Osaka of Japan, and Serena Williams of the United States,…

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