I hadn’t heard of Dimension Drive at all until this morning when I saw this Polygon article, but I’m glad I got a second chance – just like the game did! Dimension Drive is an indie shooter game (a scrolling shooter with a twist – this is not your average galaxian) with a beautiful art style that got screwed on kickstarter in the final hour. This is the game that’s gotten a second chance, and that first troll is getting shown up by the success of it.
Dimension Drive’s Second Chance0
Arcade Block: March Unboxing0
My Arcade Block came and I open it up on camera! What a novel concept.
might be am getting a little saturated with t-shirts from all my boxes, so I show you a couple of the things I’m doing with them at the end of this video!
Aside from me not knowing much about Farcry and Street fighter, I was pretty happy with my swag.
Did you get this month’s box? What did you think of the stuff inside? Leave a note in the comments.
PAX East 2015: Digital Highlights0
I was lucky enough to attend Penny Arcade Expo East in Boston, MA to check out the latest in digital/indie gaming from developers all over the globe. I gathered up all of my digital favorites from games I got to demo on the expo floor. Here are tonight’s top stories (for the games I got to try).
PAX East 2015: Tabletop Review0
So Tabletop has had a sincere rise in popularity over the past few years – probably in part to Wil Wheaton’s fabulous YouTube series inspiring folks to get back into analog gaming, but also due to the resurgence of developers who were interested in challenging the market. PAX East this year had a seriously packed tabletop gaming space, even bigger than the one I saw last year. Less booths, but way way more Magic: The Gathering. I got together a list of games from PAX that I played and would like to play after seeing them on the show floor.
NVIDIA SHIELD The Ultimate Living Room Entertainment Device0
NVIDIA is putting the full court press on gaming, not just with their high-powered award-winning PC graphics cards, or even their tablets and handheld gaming devices. They’re now invading the living room with the new NVIDIA SHIELD living room entertainment device.
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Lootcrate Unboxing – February0
Check out this month’s Lootcrate – the theme is gaming, which is exciting and perfect!
Which would you rather play – rock paper scissors or fist bump high five peace sign? Tell us in the comments!
(Or rock paper scissors lizard spock)
The Zoombini Comeback0
When I was a kid, we had this thing called “Computer time” in our elementary school classrooms. Games like Putt Putt, Pajama Sam and Carmen Sandiego were on our computer for us to play with, but only for about a half hour during the day. The best game to play on the computer however, was always Zoombinis. The educational value was there without the overly in-your-face education tactics like games such as Math Blaster had. So when I heard it was coming back, I was an embarrassingly amount of excited.
Arcade Block: January Review0
There’s nothing like a subscription box to make your mail-day happier. In the midst of bills and cable-providers soliciting your mailbox, getting a geeky surprise once a month is just ever-so satisfying.
Let’s see what we have. (more…)
ArcadeBlock – December Unboxing0
Hey look! I made a video thing!
Here are all my silly reactions to everything in this month’s arcade block. I think I may have missed the boat on editing my lootcrate unboxing video, but I might do it anyway!
Leave your thoughts in the comments.
Gaming Deal Alert: Or How Best Buy Learned to Let People Shop Online This Black Friday0
Best Buy has released their deals for Black Friday – including some great video game steals. The best part is, most of the deals are available online as well as in store from November 27-29. So, instead of requiring you to punch a baby or two to get a toaster for $5, you can wake up at 12am and fight with your ISP as the spinning wheel on the Best Buy website forever churns on and on. Cool!
Here are some highlights of the deals:
- Xbox One Bundle with Assassin’s Creed Black Flag and Assassin’s Creed Unity – $329.99
- Several Xbox One games, including Madden 15 and Watch Dogs – $29.99 each
- PS4 Bundle with The Last of Us Remastered and Grand Theft Auto V – $399.99
- Several PS4 games, including Shadow of Mordor and The Evil Within – $24.99 each
- Wii U Bundle with Super Smash Bros. Wii, Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze AND Super Mario 3D World – $359.97
- 3DS XL with Mario Party: Island Tour – $174.99
Check it out on Best Buy’s website.
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