• The Circuit: Episode 5

      And here it is, the fifth and final episode of the first season of The Circuit. The Circuit follows ex-Circuit champion, Reese Walker, as she finds herself in a state of debt that could lead to her eventual return to competition life. We hope you enjoy what you have seen from The Circuit. Thanks […]

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  • The Circuit: Episode 4

      Four days down, one to go. Here is the fourth episode of The Circuit. The Circuit follows ex-Circuit champion, Reese Walker, as she finds herself in a state of debt that could lead to her eventual return to competition life. We hope you enjoy what you see and will be back tomorrow for more […]

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  • The Circuit: Episode 3

      Third day, third episode. Here is the third episode of The Circuit. The Circuit follows ex-Circuit champion, Reese Walker, as she finds herself in a state of debt that could lead to her eventual return to competition life. We hope you enjoy what you see and will be back tomorrow for more Circuit action! […]

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  • The Circuit: Episode 2

      Another day, another episode. Here is the second episode of The Circuit. The Circuit follows ex-Circuit champion, Reese Walker, as she finds herself in a state of debt that could lead to her eventual return to competition life. We hope you enjoy what you see and will be back tomorrow for more Circuit action! […]

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An Airline, Two Bags, and An Airport

  Here’s an odd one for you. Even though I mostly write about gaming stuff, this time I’m giving you a little something different. I’m going to review an airline, a travel bag (or 2), and an airport. For those of you that don’t know, my wife is from New Zealand. Every year we try […]

Beating a Dead Horse

  Here I am once again kicking a dead horse. A couple months ago I wrote an article on the Supreme Court overturning a California law about selling games to minors. In it I put how I thought it was the parent’s job to police their kids, not Uncle Sam. I still believe this and […]

Are You Informed?

  Yesterday while I was at my day job, a coworker of mine and I, were driving down the freeway. I had the radio station on a local news radio program and they were talking about the upcoming presidential elections. My coworker who tends to be a very biased individual started to ask me questions […]

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White House Makes a Digital Promise to Our Nation’s Youth

  This article came into my email a couple days ago from the ESA and I thought I would share it: “For the past two decades, technology has transformed the ways people communicate, learn and conduct their daily lives. Now, educators and policy makers are joining forces to leverage the power of video games as […]

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Dirt 3

  Dirt 3 is the 9th game in the series from Codemasters that started life out as the Colin McRae Rally series, but has evolved into the premier off road racing game on Xbox 360, PS3, and PC. The Dirt series as it’s now called (Codemasters dropped the CMR tag with Dirt 1 in the […]

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Forza 4 Season Pass Announcement

  Turn 10 Studios just recently announced that on launch day of Forza Motorsport 4 players will be able to purchase the Forza Motorsport 4 Season Pass. The season pass will give the user 6 DLC packs for FM4 as they are released between November 2011 and April 2012. The Season Pass will be available […]

PAX Prime 2011

So it’s been a month since PAX Prime 2011 (Penny Arcade Expo) and yes I am just getting around to writing, well actually finishing this article about my trip to PAX this year. Why has it taken me a month to write an article about 3 days in Seattle Washington attending one of the largest […]

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Dead Island Review

Dead Island, a game brought to you by Techland and Deep Silver, may seem like a bit of a gaming Frankenstein at first. If you pulled open world exploration from Fallout 3, weapon crafting from Dead Rising, Zombie Hordes and cooperative play from Left 4 Dead, weapons looting from Borderlands, and skill trees, XP progression, […]

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Child of Eden

  “I think I experienced Child of Eden in high school.” I joked one day after first playing Ubisoft and Q Entertainment’s game that plays on Kinect for Xbox360 or Playstation Move. All joking aside, this game is a stunning visual representation of what games can be, and a glimpse into the future of motion […]

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Trenched

    Today I finished up Trenched from Double Fine (Available now on Xbox Live Arcade) and I have to say this is one of the most entertaining games I have played in the last few months.  Trenched is a sort of mech/tower defense game that is playable by up to four people at one […]