Catching A Different Kind Of Cheater Through Pokemon Go

It’s pretty clear that everyone is playing Pokémon Go. Well, not EVERYONE, but darn near. While it is mostly fun and games, the reports of robberies and trespassing put a bit of a dark cloud on it. Now we have a story that should put a chill in the heart of anything sneaking around on their significant other.

Top 5 Releases from Gen Con 2016

In a little less than a month, more than 60,000 gamers from around the world will gather for Gen Con 2016, billed as “The best 4 Days in Gaming”. Held in Indianapolis, Gen Con is the largest gaming convention in North America, and is celebrating its 49th year. Attendees will be treated to new releases, hosted tabletop and role-playing games and a huge exhibitor floor.

Top 5 Xbox One Games from the Ultimate Game Sale

If you’re like me you look for some good games to check out and play, right? Well it’s that time again when Xbox throws some good deals our way. What does this mean for you? Obtaining Xbox One and Xbox 360 games for a major discount, but the amount depends on the game and your subscription level. I’m here to give a selection of five games from the list that you–our loyal re...[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!

Is Microsoft’s Xbox Design Lab Worth It?

This year during Microsoft’s E3 press conference, Phil Spencer announced that the Xbox and Windows community could customize their very own Xbox One controller to fit their unique style. Although you can start designing and purchasing your own customizable controller through the Xbox Design Lab, it will not ship until the beginning of September.

5 Reasons to Check Out Assassination Classroom

What would you do if you woke up tomorrow morning and seven-tenths of the moon was gone? What would you think of a permanent crescent moon Would you panic? Would you suspect that the world is ending or that something bad was about to happen?  This is just one thing that class 3-E of Kunugigaoka Junior High School has to deal with during their last year; the other is a tentacle monster proclaiming ...[Read More]

PAX East 2016: The Metronomicon Hands-On Preview

I’m a rhythm guy. I was in band for 11 years. I am a percussionist, that still plays drumset. It shouldn’t have to be said that I love rhythm games. I got my start like most others with music/rhythm games: Dance Dance Revolution. It was simple enough anyone could play, but complex enough that it required training, mentally and physically. To this day, it has inspired many different music games. On...[Read More]

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]

Top 5 3D Sonic Games

As Sonic the Hedgehog approaches his 25th anniversary, and Sega continues to tease that they have an announcement for the occasion, let’s look at the best of his more recent games.

Rocky Mountain Pinball Showdown Recap

While some may say arcades are dead, I beg to differ. “Barcades” – bars that double as old-school arcades – are thriving, and with them, arcade machines and pinballs alike. And every year, the Rocky Mountain Pinball Expo is held locally in my state, located in Highlands Ranch at the Marriott Denver South. It’s a mecca for those that don’t just love pinball, but gaming in ge...[Read More]

Daddy Gamer Episode 6 – LA Noire

This was probably the most fun I’ve had making an episode yet! Going in with the intention of having a different look and feel to the skit segments was a really neat experience and I hope it’s not the last time I shoot in this style! The idea came to me when we actually did loose a set of keys for quite awhile. I had recently started playing LA Noire again and asking Lil’ Gamer w...[Read More]

FanimeCon 2016: Lisle Wilkerson Interview

Fanime was quite an interesting show this year, but while I was there I had the chance for an interview with Lisle Wilkerson. Below you can watch as I interview the voice actress and interpreter Lisle Wilkerson, who you may know from such games as Shenmue and Tekken, as well as the film Lost in Translation.

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