Douglas Spears

Doug bashes his fists against the keyboard and eventually a piece of video is made, sometimes it is even funny. Some of his gaming accomplishments are: completing a living Pokedex on the Pokebank, 1000 pointing BCFX: Black College Football: The X-perience: the Doug Williams Edition, and only crying five times during the Kingdom Hearts series.



The Metronomicon: Slay the Dance Floor Review

Last year, I wrote about an oddly satisfying hybrid of a game that I never thought imaginable: a rhythm rpg, or a RRPG if you will. The Metronomicon is now getting a console version with The Metronomicon: Slay the Dance Floor. While it is just a port to the consoles, Puuba made sure to add a couple of perks to the mix to make it worthwhile. The important question: How does it stack up?

Genital Jousting Fan Art Contest Selects Winning Dick Pics

Ah. I love games that let you live out your deepest desires. I mean, who doesn’t want to have their junk wiggle around the floor to dock other genitals and become the best penis around? Okay, maybe not, but either way, Freelives has you covered with Genital Jousting. The game has been out for close to a year now, and to celebrate an art competition was held. The winners have been announced!

Morty! Come To The Garage! Funko Has New Rick Figures Coming!

That’s right! It’s Pickle Riiiiiick! I’ve barely seen Rick and Morty, and even I know this reference. Rick turns gets himself into a pickle to avoid counseling, literally. With how much of a ruckus this has made in nerd culture, it was only a matter of time before he got immortalized in plastic form.

New Dead by Deadlight Chapter Announced

For those of you out there that love horror endeavors as much as you love gaming, I am sure you’ve seen Dead by Daylight. The asymmetric title developed by Behavior Interactive has been scaring the daylights out of survivors since June of last year. To keep fans happy for the past year, a slew of free and paid DLC has been released, adding maps, characters, and most importantly killers. Shhhhhh. T...[Read More]

The Metronomicon – Slay the Dance Floor Gets Release Date and Trailer

If you haven’t heard me rant about how much I love The Metronomicon, then you must not be listening hard. With it being a rhythm RPG with a ridiculous soundtrack, who couldn’t love it if you enjoy music games? The in depth rhythm slasher has been making its way to console for a few months now, but today we get a schmexy new trailer and a release date! AND THERE WAS MUCH DANCING.



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Thumper (Nintendo Switch) Review

Last year at PAX East, I encountered a difficult game that I immediately fell in love with, Thumper. Something about this difficult, rhythm-based game hooked me and wouldn’t let go, while it was constantly punching me in the face. I loved it. Naturally, when it was announced for the Switch, I was thrilled and curious. This meant I could take it everywhere to play, but how well could it be executed...[Read More]

SpeedRunners Coming To Xbox One

Who doesn’t love an evening of chasing friends in an endless loop until all but one dies from a fiery explosion off screen? That’s right, Tinybuild’s SpeedRunners is back in the news. It officially launched last April in concurrence with PAX East, so why now? Big news for Microsoft fans of the PC smash hit that is running amuck.



Minecraft: Nintendo Switch Edition Review

Unless you have been living under a rock, you know what Minecraft is, for better or for worse. Either it’s that game that you can just mindlessly play for hours, the game you can use like digital legs, or it’s that stupid section of F.Y.E. or Walmart where children obsess over the game they waste their lives with. For me, it’s the game that I sat up until 4:00 AM with my friend in college wa...[Read More]



RWBY: Grimm Eclipse (Xbox One) Review

Worldwide phenomenon Rooster Teeth is awesomely working on something new. Even to this day, the first show they started 15 years ago is still running and being released. That is a feat in itself. However, four years ago they released something that may be even bigger in time: RWBY. Stylized like an anime series, it had monsters, teenage girl warriors, unique weapons, and awesome fight scenes. All ...[Read More]

RWBY: Grimm Eclipse Review

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