BY ON April 9th, 2013

After another fantastic episode of Game of Thrones the gang gets back together to discuss the ins and outs and hopefully clarify a few things. We are happy to welcome the eclectic Thoros of Myr and the worlds greatest grandma, Lady Olenna aka the Queen of Thorns. We get all hopped on the creep vibes …

BY ON April 9th, 2013

By: Michael Dao Bioshock Infinite is the third game in the Bioshock franchise. The first was a critical and financial success, known for its unique setting in the underwater city of Rapture, and was considered to be one of the finest examples of storytelling in modern interactive media. The second title, Bioshock 2, brought us …

BY ON April 9th, 2013

What starts as a basic platformer button masher grows into a strategic, combo-dependent fighting game full of strategy and culture. DrinkBox Studio’s new platformer, Guacamelee! is a charming nod to the Mexican culture that is worth well more than it’s $15 price tag. The journey begins with Juan, a tequila-loving farmer who dreams of joining …

BY ON April 8th, 2013

Since we had such a nice time on last week’s episode of Drunks and Dragons the gang was feeling pretty good. Our heads were in much less danger of being exploded. We met Fennekin the famed cleric. And we even had some direction for our lives! This week things don’t go as well and without …

BY ON April 7th, 2013

Swapper is another title which really delves into some deep metaphysical questions that other media have asked in the past.

BY ON April 5th, 2013

  When discussing what other themes would be fun to tackle in a tabletop setting, sci-fi was an obvious choice. The choices for systems and worlds (universes) are many, but there was one IP that really resonated with the whole group: Firefly. We know almost nothing about the system we will be playing, but we …

BY ON April 4th, 2013

  By: Michael Dao It is incredible in my eyes that some people still continue to debate whether or not games can possibly qualify as art. Revisiting the debate is absurd. The Museum of Modern Art in New York City currently has an exhibit of fourteen games, and will be expanding it to a total …

BY ON April 3rd, 2013

Sim City, though it had its foibles, is a good game. At its lightest, it is a complex city-building model, and at it’s deepest it teaches the player valuable lessons about sustainable cities, and how they operate. Perhaps the long term effects of Sim City will be its greatest legacy.

BY ON April 2nd, 2013

Hello everyone! It is great to back in the warming glow of Game of Thrones as it is beamed onto our adoring faces. This was a great first start to the brand new season 3 but there were more than a handful of confusing moments. Stick around and listen as we dig deep with our …

BY ON April 2nd, 2013

Castle Story may not have pirate ships, but as you may have surmised from the title, it does have castles. Boy, does it have castles.

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