Joseph Siemsen

Unable to label, In a moment of particular brilliance realized that he could combine all of his major passions into one! Locking himself away in the den he went to work. Almost breaking under the pressure of self criticism he was finished… Thus Daddy Gamer was born!

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Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Future Tone Review

I’ve always had fun with rhythm games. Even though I’m terrible at DDR which still has given me some fun times, hanging with friends trying to beat each other’s terrible scores is always a blast. I’ve played a lot of Guitar Hero and Rock Band, which to me are the ultimate rhythm games. Going into Hatsune Miku: Project Diva Future Tone however, I wasn’t sure what to expect. For those unfamili...[Read More]

Top 10 Most Anticipated PS4 Games

At the end of 2016 I found myself, along with over 6 million others, actually able to update my gaming setup with a PS4. So as a new PS4 owner I finally have my eye on what’s to come for the system. The system has plenty of games that I am especially stoked for. Here are my Top 10 Most Anticipated PS4 games as of January 2017!

NES Mini Wireless Controller by Nyko

One of this year’s hot-ticket holiday items is the NES Mini. The gray and black mini box brings back the nostalgia of the good ol’ days of 8-bit era, including corded controllers. Well for those who don’t like sitting on the floor or rearranging furniture Nyko is here to help! With the moniker, “Miniboss”, it is the first third-party, rechargeable, NES Mini Wireless C...[Read More]

Nintendo Switch to Support GameCube Virtual Console Games?

News continues to roll in for the Nintendo Switch. Like the Wii, Wii U, and 3DS there will be a virtual console service. What is going on with Nintendo? Who knows, but we can only hope this rumor ends up being true.

New Trailer for South Park: The Fractured But Whole

Ubisoft’s upcoming South Park game, the hilariously titled “The Fractured but Whole” has a new trailer today!

Gog Monstrous Winter Sale! Free Game Included

Gog’s having a Monstrous Winter Sale!

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The Final Station Review

By train is one of the best ways to travel. Lot’s of leg room, you can walk around, there’s a viewing car so you can watch the landscapes go by, and there’s a dining car. Sure it takes longer but it is ideal in terms of comfort. So the zombie apocalypse breaks out, forget making it to the airport, and skip the minivan, make your way to The Final Station.

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The Final Station

The world is over. But it's not quite over for you... at least, not yet. And now that you've got thousands of tonnes of locomotive at your disposal, ready to take you as far down the tracks as you have fuel to feed it, you've got the definite advantage over the infected hordes. This is The Final Station.

SGDQ 2016 Runner Spotlight: HALFCOORDINATED

Every Games Done Quick event has a few standout runs that get massive response from everyone watching. It became pretty clear early in the week that halfcoordinated’s Momodora: Reverie Under the Moonlight run was going to be one of those standout moments. Right off the bat his run was on the insane level difficulty, which dramatically increases the skill level required to even beat the game let al...[Read More]

My Summer Games Done Quick Experience

Summer Games Done Quick, what is it? Speedrunning, what is that? Gamers play for charity? I didn’t know they did that. These are probably some questions going through your head right now going into this article. So when I had the opportunity to attend this years event, I set out to get a deeper look into this event and the people behind it. So here we go!

Memorable Dads in Gaming

Father’s day really got me thinking about Dad in video games. A lot of games either have the dad completely absent with no mention or his role is simply one of existence. So I put together a list of memorable Video Game Dads and what made them so memorable. Covering everything from Nintendo to Zombie Hunting Cowboys, there are Dads of all sorts and sizes in video games. These eight Dads are ...[Read More]

Hand of Fate 2 Comes to Xbox One in 2017

In the first quarter of 2017, Hand of Fate will be available to Xbox One owners. So if you’ve been waiting for the digital card game to make its way to that format keep your eyes peeled then! Strategy card games appeal to me and this is definitely a good contender coming to Xbox One.

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