Archive: July, 2012
If you are reading this article, chances are you’re a gamer (or a sympathetic family member). As a gamer, you probably own at least one of the major consoles and at least one of the major handhelds. And, as a… Read More »
Vagary.tv reviews the LG Optimus Elite, available at Virgin Mobile.
So, vacation was good. I haven’t gotten to play a game in four days, but I’ve suffered worse. Lucky for me, there was only one release coming out so I stressed for no reason. See, if I don’t get this… Read More »
Robot Entertainment’s first effort, Orcs Must Die, was an excellent game based on a simple premise; the Orcs are trying to get to the Rifts, and you must employ traps and magic to stop them.
The Steam summer sale just ended and the guys have lots of games to discuss. Also, join us in the forums to discuss games and other stuff we like. Music in this episode: Strike of the Devil’s Axes OC ReMix … Continue reading →
Comedy may be the toughest genre to get right. Everyone has their little quirks, what one person finds gut bustingly hysterical, another may find to be painfully annoying. I fall into the latter camp when Ben Stiller is involved. In… Read More »
I’d make this longer, but I’m about to watch the opening ceremony for the Olympics… So we talk about Batman (a lot), and some newsy stuff! As always, send in your questions/comments to firstname.lastname@example.org to get your own MS Paint …
When the Kinect released nearly two years ago it was a shot in the arm for the aging Xbox 360 console but since that time it has mostly failed to deliver on its promise. While there are solid experiences to… Read More »
With The Dark Knight Rises out, the biggest blockbusters of the summer are behind us. Time to release the rest of the crap I guess. This week we get Step Up: Revolution, the latest entry into the long running dancing… Read More »
The Dark Knight Rises this week as Jeff and Chris give a spoiler free review before being joined by Ray and Earl for a spoiler filled 80+ minutes. E-mail comments (or questions) to email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org or follow us on … Continue reading →