Five years after Gaiscioch Magazine set off on an epic quest to build their own gaming magazine, they celebrate the release of their 18th issue. Currently maintained by 8 members of the Gaiscioch Community they continue to produce weekly content surrounding the games they love. From previews and reviews to first look interviews with game developers, this magazine is something special.
My dad wanted to show me a slug. Instead, he opened my world to an entire universe I'd eventually base my life on. Thanks so much for showing me that slug, Dad. If only Jabba weren't such a friggin' jerk.
We all have dreams, but what is a worthwhile dream? One you know you can do someday. That’s right, someday.
Through Captain Fall Damage’s (Foghladha) adventures in his life, he has learned his limits, except in game, where it hurts a little less. My first experience in World vs. World with Fog confirmed it.
I believe we were created to be social by God. Even before believing this, I kept trying to find the place where I fit in. I like my alone time, but I am definitely not a loner. No matter how much of a loner anyone claims to be, deep down there is a need to share with others.
I love life, I love nice people, I love video games and animals. My gaming thoughts and in game naming falls under the name swordandkeyboard. A name I came up with because I can be known as a bit salty, cynical, and sometimes truthful to the point of hurtful. The sword part comes from sometimes the truth hurts even when I talk to myself about me.
Fear is an enigma. It is something that many people would love to avoid, but something that people also seem to seek. It drives us, sometimes to folly, and sometimes to wisdom
All of us have inner demons that like to remind us of how we can never be perfect. Some are due to things loved ones have said to us. Those things get stuck in your head regardless of the truth.
Growing up in this world, Eiahn always felt like he was different than the other kids. Like an alien in a room full of humans, his presence tolerated but always denied the right to truly be himself.