Bluecast Episode 51 – Xbox 180

On June 21, 2013, Posted by , In Podcast, With No Comments

And for the second week in a row, here’s episode 52, full of entitled video game consumer angst! Ben and Cody join Adam disucssing Microsoft’s backtracking of Xbox One’s DRM and Adam’s first day at the ScrewAttack Gaming Convention. Enjoy! Podcast: Play in new window | Download

Week in Gaming – Microsoft Backtracks on Xbox One DRM Policy

On June 21, 2013, Posted by , In Video, With No Comments

There’s really only ‘One’ thing to discuss this week, and that is Microsoft’s removal of Xbox One DRM! How about that? Also this week you can win a copy of State of Decay for the Xbox 360 by commenting: Now that MS has backtracked on their DRM policy, are you…

Hidden Horrors of Gaming: Sex, Drugs, and a Brave New Garden

It’s that itch scraping at the inside of your skull, like you know something isn’t right, but you can’t quite place it. That’s the uncanny. It screams at you in silence, slaps your blind eyes, stabs you with anesthetics. It’s that familiar feeling hiding in plain sight, creeping you out…

Neverwinter, Never Again

Phase two of the Neverwinter world event made me mad. Phase three made me sad. It’s more of the same, but the only differences are the shortened wait times between portals opening and the giant skeletons that spawn now. I was hoping for the game/event to redeem itself during the…

Hidden Horrors of Gaming: A Materialistic Debt Simulator

Let me tell you a story about when I first moved off to college. I hopped on to the Radtown Express and rode the train all the way out to Monsteropolis, just north of the middle of no-where. I was so far away from home I’d lost sight of my…

Neverwinter Never Tried

For an event that marks the end of the beta phase and celebrates the game’s completion, Neverwinter offered its loyal fans the most scripted, shallow, and unimaginative time sink. Okay, so I logged on to Neverwinter super psyched about phase two of the world event and sprinted all the way…

BlueGamer at ScrewAttack Gaming Conference 2013

On June 18, 2013, Posted by , In News, With No Comments

This weekend is the SGC 2013 in Dallas, Texas. And being residents of the area, we will be there for sure! Here are the details. If you plan on being there, look for us or message me on Twitter: @adamblue. Saturday I’ll be joined by TeraPixel Studios to shoot some…

Weekend in Gaming – The Last of Us, Children Tutorials

On June 17, 2013, Posted by , In Editorial,Impressions, With No Comments

I’m not far in The Last of Us at all. The AC went out in my place, so I’m not exactly staying home to play video games. But what I played blew me away. The intro puts you into this dreadful world that is stressful on the player but only…

Hidden Horrors of Gaming: Robot Murder and You

There’s a ton of games out there that are secretly questionable. I’ve stumbled across a few of them that are cutesy and fun on the outside, but upon closer examination wonderfully twisted and cruel. Throughout this series Blue Gamer will examine the darker and more subtle side of video games that…

Bluecast Episode 50 – E3 2013 Spectacular

On June 14, 2013, Posted by , In Podcast, With No Comments

After six months of making you wait, we are back! With episode 50 of the BlueGamer Bluecast, we go all-out E3. Why? Because, E3. From the inevitable Xbone vs PS4, to our favorite titles of E3, and right down to Peggle 2 – we’ve got it all covered. Podcast: Play…

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