QuakeCon 2013 is Coming!

For all of those social gamers (or not) who want to mingle in-game or in a seizure inducing exhibition hall (complete with shoutcasters), QuakeCon 2013 has almost arrived. I won’t bury you in the details, but let me break down the basics. Hosted at the Hilton Anatole in Dallas, QuakeCon…

Adam Plays a Shmup – Thunderforce V

On July 17, 2013, Posted by , In Video, With No Comments

Adam, a Shmup, and Tequila means one thing – failure. Watch Adam (try) to play Thunderforce V under the influence. With polygons like that, only drinking makes it bearable to look at.

Rogue Legacy: Review

On July 16, 2013, Posted by , In Reviews, With No Comments

Rogue Legacy is a game about patience, caution, stat building, with a smattering of eugenics. Prepare to slaughter your way through a randomly generated castle until your unique character’s untimely death, at which point their offspring takes up the quest and enters the same castle, which is also randomly generated.  The…

Green Light Report: The Dead Linger

On July 15, 2013, Posted by , In Indie, With No Comments

The Dead Linger is an open world zombie survival game in alpha. Let me start by saying that the game world is gigantic; it’s literally an entire planet. While the game has a long way to go, the developers gave the community a roadmap, which keeps the players current in regarding development, not to mention…

Steam Trading Cards, Crafting Badges – I Hate This

On July 15, 2013, Posted by , In Editorial, With No Comments

With the Steam summer sales, it’s not hard to notice games being labeled with ‘Now has cards’. What is this? Well, it’s something I’ve been in the beta for, but I didn’t really care about until now. Now that I can buy games really cheap that includes cards, I can…

Bluecast Episode 54 on BlueGamer TV

On July 14, 2013, Posted by , In Video, With No Comments

Here’s the video of Bluecast Episode 54. This is the first time we’ve done something like this and hope to do more in the future.

Bluecast Episode 54 – 40 Friday

On July 12, 2013, Posted by , In Podcast, With No Comments

Adam, Ben, and Cody once more spout off about all things gaming – but this time on video. We had two cameras, but Cody’s 40 disabled him from properly functioning the camera. Hope you enjoy ‘watching’ us do a podcast (kinda creepy). The video will be up over the weekend….

Week in Gaming – Nintendo Tries to Shut Down Evo, New Ratchet and Clank, and New Nintendo Franchise

On July 12, 2013, Posted by , In News,Video, With No Comments

This week on Week in Gaming, Miyamoto hints at a new franchise for Nintendo while simultaneously trying to shut down the Evo fighting tournament. Not all is bad though, as Sony announces a new Ratchet and Clank on PS3! What do you think Nintendo’s new franchise is? What should it…

The Positive Side to Crowdfunding Games – A Response to Adam Sessler

On July 11, 2013, Posted by , In Video, With No Comments

The amazingly talented Adam Sessler of Rev3 games posted a video about the perils of crowdfunding video games. It’s interesting – have a look: I responded with this: What are your thoughts?

Hidden Horrors of Gaming: The Imperalistic Alien and His Naive Slave Plants

Is it wrong for a spaceman to enslave indigenous alien life forms if they are incredibly dumb? Let’s say that a space explorer, we’ll call him Oliver, crashes onto a planet. Then this invading alien hops across the crust and plush grass to curious sprouts poking out of the ground….

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