Author: Canopus

Greetings, my name is Canopus and I've been on this earth for 20 years. Early on in life I've played a lot of video games which brought levity to my childhood of physical abuse. For as long as I can remember I always wanted to make video games which I'm currently an aspiring game designer. In recent times works such as Reality is Broken, Sword Art Online, Log Horizon, No Game No Life, Re:Zero, and my own spiritual growth opened the flood gates for me to express my message to the world. By no means am I perfect, in fact I embrace my fallibility and am open to new experiences and growth. Welcome to NewGameInfinity.com and I hope you'll extract value out of what I have to share.

Thoughts On Computer Technology

  Computer technology has brought about many miracles but has also opened up a huge can of worms. Some weeks ago I was using my smartphone just like any other day when suddenly I received a Facebook notification. Now what was annoying about this occurrence was that I intentionally turned all notifications for FB off, but despite that the feed… Read more →

Dreams & The Waking Dream of Life Online

  Have you ever longed for a world beyond your own? One in which you can call home? A temporary or even eternal respite from the harsh reality of human life? Welcome to the world of dreams.     The dream world has caught the imaginations of scientists, philosophers, and everyday person alike throughout our history. It doesn’t matter who… Read more →

Ling Tosite Sigure: Is Favorite My Band Not

  A wise arrogant Youtuber by the name of Digibro once said in one of his videos that everyone has their best thing ever. In other words, there is something for everyone out there. This is how I feel towards the Japanese band Ling Tosite Sigure (LING-TOESIT-SIGYURAY).     I had no conception of this band prior to watching the… Read more →

E3 2018: Different Year, Same Old Stuff

  So E3 2018 has come and gone and I can say for certain that it was disappointing at worst to okay at best. I’m not even going to mention EA and Square Enix‘s amazingly bad press conferences.     Now don’t get me wrong, there was no shortage of great games on showcase such as Sekiro, Spider-Man, The Last… Read more →