BY ON April 13th, 2012

The Thrifty Nerd podcast is back, and this week we have the ridiculously good fortune to be joined by special guest Chris Kluwe. If you aren’t familiar with Chris, he occasionally writes for Game Informer, is a regular guest on KFAN’s “Video Games Weekly” radio show, he is the bassist for Tripping Icarus, he makes excellent brownies, oh, and he is the punter for the freakin’ Minnesota Vikings!

BY ON April 13th, 2012

Sleeping dogs has had a long and most likely painful history. You wouldn’t know it by playing the game though – it is gorgeous, controls well and feels polished.

BY ON April 13th, 2012

Loadout is an upcoming Free 2 Play game coming soon to PC from Edge of Reality. With a heavy emphasis on mayhem, and an absolute buttload of guns at your disposal, Loadout takes the arena shooter and amps it up.

BY ON April 12th, 2012

The Sulaco, for the better part, has remained untouched since Ripley threw an Alien queen from the airlock. Bishop’s lower torso is still on the floor. That was quite the crowd-pleaser. The Marines need to collect the flight data of the ship, and find out what happened to the marine team that was sent in before them. Spoiler Alert: it was aliens.

BY ON April 11th, 2012

If you are reading this late review of Michael Jackson: The Experience, then you are either a pretty big fan of the King of Pop, or you want to read about how horrible this “game” is. If you are in the latter group, sorry, it isn’t bad. That being said, if you don’t at least …

BY ON April 11th, 2012

Trials is back with a whole new level of craziness in tow. Trials for the unfamiliar is a side scrolling motorcycle game based on real-ish physics and crazy-ass jumps. Trials Evolution’s single player is a more of the same affair. There are 60 single player tracks ranging from easy to carpal tunnel. You move your …

BY ON April 11th, 2012

By: Michael Dao The X-Com franchise is certainly one with a rich pedigree. The original, X-COM: UFO Defense was released back in 1994, and it is considered one of the best video games ever made. It’s sequel, X-COM: Terror From the Deep was lauded by critics as well. The bad news is that with each …

BY ON April 10th, 2012

Mass Effect 3 is not only the culmination of five years and three games’ worth of storytelling, but an experience that has set the bar in video game narrative. Mass Effect 3 does manage to do new things, and the game does manage to pull at the your heartstrings, but at the end, it also leave a lot to be desired.

BY ON April 9th, 2012

For the first time ever, the entire Cast of Thrones crew was able to record in the same room! In this episode we get to see a lot more of Arya, and a hell of a lot more of Theon. Pyke is finally introduced and we discuss there strange ways. To top it off, we …

BY ON April 8th, 2012

A Valley without Wind by Arcen Games is what happens when you try to make a Super Nintendo game today. A super polished limitless 2D metroidVania adventure game. Everything in A Valley Without Wind is procedurally generated. The game pulls from known assets to create vast continents to explore. Each continent is made up of variety of …

GeeklyCon Tickets on sale now!

Featured Podcasts

More Podcasts

Dreadful Thoughts


SAYER


DnD Random Encounters