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VR Gaming Becomes Too Real in The Peripheral

I must admit something. While I am a Twitch Affiliate, a YouTube Partner and an occasional guest on multiple podcasts relating to gaming, I do not classify myself as a gamer. I rarely play games outside of a handful. I… Continue Reading →

Music Unites All as Bill & Ted Face the Music

Per Matt Nothing screams the ’80s like a time-traveling phone booth. While it was a great decade for movies, little did we know a franchise would be based around a couple of slackers from San Dimas. Two years later, those… Continue Reading →

Free Guy is Probably the Best Gaming Movie Ever Made

Ryan Reynolds has one of the most “geek and gamer approved” resumes in Hollywood. Reynolds continues to shine as a beacon of light in the nerd community, an actor who looks like he was destined for romantic comedies, playing the… Continue Reading →

Rick and Morty’s Excellent 16-Bit Adventure

Per Matt Season 5 of Rick and Morty has arrived, bringing more galactic adventures to our favorite mad scientist and his grandson. The season premiere reveals Rick’s actually got a nemesis who goes by the name of Mr. Nimbus, a… Continue Reading →

Giving Thanks for G4

Per Matt For Thanksgiving, a very special G4 reunion brought back some laughs. And quite a few eyerolls.

Halo Infinite Introduces Escharum

Per Matt Halo Infinite symbolizes where next-generation video games are headed. And with that, comes all-new threats for our hero. But in order to identify where the franchise is headed, we must first take a look back at the series’… Continue Reading →

Sex, Drugs and Rivalries: Game Changers Fights the Video Game Wars

Per Matt Long before virtual reality, mobile games, MMORGs and LAN parties, you could find groundbreaking arcade game cabinets at your local gas station, bowling alley, roller skating rink and even department store, hoping to cash in on the fad…. Continue Reading →

Momocon 2019: Lots of Laughs with the Voices of Genji and Lucio

At Momocon 2019, I attended an open panel with Gaku Space, Carolina Ravassa and Jonny Cruz, the voices of Genji, Sombra and Lucio from the popular multiplayer game: Overwatch.

Zombie Games Seem to be Dying a Fast Death

With Telltale Games closing up shop not too long ago and publisher Overkill cancelling its console release of The Walking Dead, is the state of Zombie video games decaying?

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