How Arcade Bars Are Reviving a Decades-Old Subculture
Thirty-five years after the sun set on the "Golden Age" of arcades, taverns touting cabinet gaming rigs and craft beers are suddenly back in fashion.
Smash Up: What Were We Thinking? Expansion
Roleplaying games, strategy games, board games, miniatures games and more
Marvel NOW! Titles for April 12th
Marvel NOW! continues this Spring. Check out all the NEW Marvel titles arriving in stores April 12th. Tune in each week to see the new books! ► Subscribe to ...
What Was the Most Popular Toy The Year You Were Born?
Most of these toys were in so popular that they have been in production for decades!
Top 10 Flower Suncatcher Crafts
Making flower suncatcher crafts is a fun nature art activity for the whole family. Try any one of these ideas or find inspiration to create your own design.
SEGAbits Top 100 SEGA Games VS. The Top 200 Dreamcast Games
Over at SEGAbits.com, I've been hard at work for the past six months compiling a Top 100 SEGA Games list . The list was a reaction to IGN...
Recruiting & Retaining an Amazing Team
We’re not going to lie… We think our associates are pretty amazing. And you probably feel the same way about your team, right? Here’s the age-old question: how do you retain your great people and for that matter, attract even more talent? Here are some key things people are looking for these days when choosing... Read more »
Pro-Tip: Keep Your Storefront Flexible
By Rod Edwards | on January 25, 2017 | When you were deciding what the initial layout of your store was going to look like, you probably took a lot of time and effort to envision where everything would go and the type of presentation your storefront would make. You knew where every shelf, every rack and every register would call it’s home Now, you may be discovering that you need a little more room. Product focus has changed and new types of merchandise demand a different type of presentation. Depending on the types of events that you have scheduled in your store, it can get crowded quickly. Whether it’s a book signing, board game night, or a big TCG pre-release event, we often find ourselves wishing that we had more room. That’s…
What It Takes
What does it take to be a Senior Gameplay Programmer on our team Sweeney: I think there are a couple of things that are important. The first is to be passionate about games, passionate about what you do (in other words, love it and live it!). The second important trait is having good communication skills - being able to go out and talk to other team members. You can’t just sit IMing and emailing the team. It’s good to go and see people, talk to them, and sometimes even act out the types of things you’re trying to put into the game to give an idea of what you’re trying to achieve. It also fosters a team mentality where people all feel like there’s a vested interest in what we’re all trying to…
How to Make a Log Cabin Blanket
One of my good friends is due in April, and after having just finished a crocheted baby blanket for my cousin, I decided I wanted to knit this one. And you know what I haven’t made in foreve…