Game Stuff 6 – It’s So Big, It Wont Fit

On this week’s episode of Game Stuff join Kalai, Kory, and Joe as they speak about their backlogs, why they their so big, and how we conquer it. We appreciate your support (and your ears)! Please subscribe to the Game Stuff feed in iTunes or RSS and please leave a review. We won’t give you cookies, but…

Not Every Video Game is for You and its All Ok

When Sony put up Gone Home for Playstation Plus I finally thought I would give it a try. I walked through this “walking simulator” for a couple of hours and watched this beautiful story come together through notes and cassettes and pictures over and over again. I was actually really upset with myself for not…

Don’t Forget That Rise of the Tomb Raider Was Released Too

Destined to Rise From the Ashes November 1oth, 2015 will go down as one of the most fascinating days in gaming history. The day that Fallout 4 was unleashed on the world, ready to dive into the post-apocalyptic wasteland. And the day that Rise of the Tomb Raider rested firmly in its shadow. Back in 2013, Tomb Raider was released…

WWE 2K16- Review

Over the past decade, Wrestling games and their fans have been stuck. Given that developers have tossed back and forth between the idea of simulation and arcade style games. Dating back all the way to WWF Wrestlefest, these games have been traditionally brawlers/fast paced games which didn’t feel well set for a 60 minute Iron…

Drug Testing In The Electronic Arena

In recent years, e-sports has taken a larger and larger role within the gaming hemisphere. Where, in its infancy, it was a niche subset of the larger community, e-sports has grown and evolved to the point where a games multiplayer component is judged on how e-sports worthy it is. This is a far cry from…