The best example of this is my love of Audiobooks, despite being turned into the spoken word format at an early age I have fallen back on Audiobooks as my time to read the printed word has greatly reduced. I still love to read but just find the convenience of listening to suit my life especially when going on long walks with the dog.
With reading in mind I have turned to the digital format of comics for my single issue reading. This has a number of reasons we now live in a town without an easy to access comic shop, the sheer space of storing all my comics was getting to be an issue and there is of course the environmental issue of production and shipping. I still buy trades in the physical format whenever possible but even this is becoming an issue with storage.
Thinking about it the digital format has become my choice for most of my entertainment, most of my TV/Movie viewing is done either by Google Play or streaming services and the majority of my games are bought via the PSN store, the Nintendo eshop or one of the multitude of storefronts I have installed on my PC. This has a lot to do with convenience both of access to the desired resource as well as storage space once again.
So what does this all lead to? In a nutshell the areas you can extract to be covered by me are TV and Film, Audiobooks (along with the Audiobooks Entertained Podcast), Comics and Games. Along with the hardware needed to cover all of the mediums listed. This is not an exhaustive list but hopefully will give you an idea of what to expect.
There is however one more area where these reviews will take and that’s a Dad’s eye view on the entertainment that my kids love from NERF to My Little Pony if it’s something I feel worth mentioning it will be here on the Entertainmenteer.