EA and Origin strike back with their latest featured game that is On The House – Need for Speed: Most Wanted! This is the 2012 Most Wanted, developed by Criterion Games. Go get it while the getting’s good!
I’m not really one for traditional GOTY awards, especially seeing as I’ve missed a few titles that I would’ve liked to play this year. That’s why I’ve taken a page from classic era Penny Arcade, and chosen a bunch of games that I really liked this year, and given them a We’re Right™ twist. Without […]
A few years back, I decided that I wanted to get into creating Youtube videos. I never really found my niche doing that (I’m much more comfortable with writing than I am with actually having to be in front of a camera / microphone). Having decided that I wanted to “do” the whole Youtube thing, […]
This year sees the return of both Guitar Hero and Rock Band with new installments in each series. I am excited for both of them, but one more so than the other. To begin with, let me tell you how I came into the music gaming genre in the first place.
The IndieBox for July 2015 was probably one of the ones that I looked forward to the most – I adore the gameplay and aesthetic of Guacamelee, and was excited to see the game get the IndieBox treatment.
Mega Ran’s newest album, RNDM, dropped on Bandcamp on September 11. With an artist as prolific as Mega Ran, it can be easy to forget that before this, his last solo album was three years ago (outside of the occasional EP and remix album) So, what’s new?
Hi, nerds! I wanted to blog a bit about what’s coming up. First and foremost, I am going on a much needed vacation with my missus. We will be leaving for Turkey early in the morning on Sunday, and returning in a week.
If you’re a fan of horror games, there’s a good chance that Amnesia: The Dark Descent is already in your library. If, however, it’s not already in your library, you should head over to Steam right now and get it. Frictional Games has made the game free to get on Steam until 10AM Pacific time […]
A while back, I became aware of a subscription box service I never knew I needed. That subscription box is none other than TheIndieBox. To put it shortly, it’s a company that gives new indie games an old school deluxe edition treatment. There is a limited quantity made of each month’s IndieBox, and once they’re […]
I just finished reading Felicia Day’s memoir “You’re Never Weird on the Internet (Almost)” on my Kindle earlier tonight. I’m not much of a book reviewer, so instead of a review, here’s a bunch of thoughts I had on the book while reading it: