Edmonton, Canada, April 18, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- Mario Santorelli never saw it coming. His memory was doing well, his knowledge of Video Games surpassed many, and he poured his heart in it as well. But when playing trivia one night with his friends his memory of a particular video game caught on the tip of his tongue, he was stunned - and he lost the trivia game against his friends that night. "I thought i could remember every Game I've ever played, but," lamented Santorelli, "I never imagined I could one day forget. The game in question was one of my favorites." Last year, Santorelli's doctor had changed him to a new type of medication for seizures, the label on the bottle suggested troubles with memory can occur. Most people are unprepared for potential disruption to their memory if and when it occurs. When it comes to Gaming having a precision memory of your the game you're playing gives you an edge. A new completely free service has been established by TechIntelligence to offer a Database of Video Games by title name, allowing you to find the game you're looking for by simply searching the database. According to Mario Santorelli, the founder of TechIntelligence.org, "Often, the very best way to remember something is to write it down. In many cases, having a searchable database can solve many problems with memory, but when you offer such a service for free, often many people will appreciate having a place to go to and to read about their favorite games." For more information on how you can read up on your favorite Video Games, visit http://www.techintelligence.org.