Joined 2 years ago from New York
Alex Hinkley is an indie video game developer and worked as a video game journalist for over six years. He founded the most successful play-by-post DBZ RPG ever created aptly named Alex's DBZ RPG which opened back in June of 2000. His gaming articles have been seen by tens of millions of readers and he has been featured twice in the Software Developer's Journal. Alex published two books: Creating an Online Roleplaying Game and Nerd Psychology based on his experiences in the industry. Alex has also been heavily involved in the field of sports, having worked for the National Lacrosse League as their fantasy content manager between 2011 and 2014.
2 years ago
The power level and mechanics in Throne of Eldraine make it one of the more poorly designed Magic: The Gathering sets.
4 weeks ago
Other fantasy sports use stat categories for weekly head-to-head scoring, so why does fantasy football use made up "fantasy points"?
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