We’re back with another installment of Broke and Bored, Geekenstein’s original video series that has David and myself drunkenly scouring the Internet for the best free-to-play titles available. We’re broke, bored, drunk, and coming at you exclusively on Geekenstein every Friday! In this episode we tackle Warframe, a game about raging wars from within frames… or something like that.
Kickstarter campaign successes are great, but what’s better is when the associated project looks to be fantastic. Delver’s Drop is a Kickstarter success that throws you into The Drop, a seemingly endless dungeon filled with physics based traps and puzzles that test your classic gaming skills. Pixelscopic wrapped their fantastic ideas in an equally beautiful [...]
In the first ever episode of our Just the Tip series, David and Alex try out every mode in BattleBlock Theater that they possibly can.
Broke and Bored is back as David, Craig, Marco and Terrence play through the free-to-play XBLA rip-off of Fat Princess, Happy Wars.
Come watch and question my sobriety as I unbox the Wii U Deluxe Set! There’s a few goodies that are exclusive to the Wii U Deluxe Set, so you’re going to want to read my Wii U Launch Guide for all the details and comparisons between the two.
Sit back and watch in envy as I unbox the “America, Fuck Yeah” edition of Assassin’s Creed III, also know as the much less patriotic ”Limited Edition.” There’s some cool goodies within it. If you’re an Assassin’s Creed fan, you certainly want to pick this edition up on Amazon before they are all sold out. Also, I [...]
Dustin and David booze up to tackle Realm of the Mad God, a free to play MMO top-down shooter. It’s as strange as it sounds.
Those rapscallions at Gearbox decided that opening loot chests is so damn addictive in Borderlands 2, there’s no reason why you shouldn’t do it in real life as well. So for the lucky few, a special edition of Borderlands 2 comes in a loot chest; but is it as awesome as it sounds? Our very [...]
This special rerelease of Scott Pilgrim’s Precious Little Life is filled to bursting with give collectors wet dreams. Is this what you want in your special editions or is it not worth the money?
Watch in envy as I unbox the collector’s edition of World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria! Does the contents of the $79.99 collector’s edition look appealing to you? Of course they do! There are pandas on all of the things!