Month

May 2015

Nightmare Creatures 2015, A Bloodborne Review

There’s no denying the success of Hidetaka Miyazaki and From Software’s Souls Series. They did what any good business does. Identify a hole in the market, garner a fan base, and exploit it over and over again for profit.  Two… Continue Reading →

42 Lounge: You Should Go There.

So I’m delaying the impromptu “part two” of my Avengers: Age of Ultron review – the more technical review – this evening to write another post. Only a small portion of people (that also know me on Facebook) knew about… Continue Reading →

Avengers 2: A Movie Rant so Good it Belongs on a Video Game Site

I’ve noticed some negative reviews appearing for Avengers: Age of Ultron. I took to my personal Facebook page with a digital rant of my own. It was so angry, I decided it belonged on my website even though it isn’t… Continue Reading →

Gamer Dad Confession: My Confessioniest of Confessions

These confessions have ranged from shameless self-exploitation to silly. This one is pure shame. The first confession I wrote was a rant about Pokemon and Skylanders. The real theme of the post was that Japan is good at selling crap to American children… Continue Reading →

So this is a thing…

I’ve made fun of the dime-a-dozen, open-world survival horror games before. Well the folks at Coffee Stain Studios are doing it better. They’re releasing a DLC pack for their inexplicably addictive Goat Simulator. And the launch trailer says it all.

A New Status Quo

If you haven’t been paying attention the last decade, there has been a changing of the guard. Art, the internet, and entertainment are being sculpted by a new and powerful group of people. It’s not your fault if you didn’t notice…. Continue Reading →

Fun with Nomenclature

I have a new name for Call of Duty fans. Dudies (pronounced doodies). It was a logical progression. Dudes are playing Duty. Dudies. The result was a double entendre that just makes sense. This isn’t just the casual CoD fan,… Continue Reading →

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