Josh’s Top 10 Games of 2013
Feb22

Josh’s Top 10 Games of 2013

So 2013 has come to a close. A year that I didn’t play many of the new games mostly due to trying to graduate and being a poor individual. I mostly played games that were rogue-likes this year along with my first time playing some of the 3DS games I’ve missed over the years. This was the year of the PC for me. I traded in my xbox for a 2DS and a wired Xbox Controller. Yeah things have changed. Our Editor-in-Chief said it...

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Nuts and Bolts Episode 23 – Stone Cold Sober
Aug28

Nuts and Bolts Episode 23 – Stone Cold Sober

This week Dustin is off getting drunk on Math, so Alex Santa Maria joins us to talk about the vidja gamz. We also discuss the end of Edgar Wright’s Cornetto Trilogy, The World’s End. Hosts David Rhinehart – @zanthis Jake Petersen – @JakePPetersen Alex Santa Maria –...

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DiveKick Review
Aug20

DiveKick Review

Street Fighter 2 was released on February 6th 1991 in arcades and took over the world. It made fighting games a bit more accessible to the masses, but that changed as the years went on. Soon the genre changed and became a niche market. Each game became more technical than their previous iterations, adding more systems and attempts to move into the 3rd dimension. I love these games but I have to go out of my way to introduce people to...

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Geekenstein at Divekick Tournament in Orlando Florida
Aug18

Geekenstein at Divekick Tournament in Orlando Florida

The Adobe Flash Player is required for video playback.Get the latest Flash Player or Watch this video on YouTube. David and Josh head to the Florida Mall in Orlando to check out the Divekick tournament at the Microsoft Store. They also manage to get an interview with Steve from Iron Galaxy. After our group gets their butt’s handed to them in the tournament, they reconvene outside to discuss their thoughts on the soon to be...

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Divekick Interview with Adam Heart and Dave Lang
May13

Divekick Interview with Adam Heart and Dave Lang

The Adobe Flash Player is required for video playback.Get the latest Flash Player or Watch this video on YouTube. Easily one of the most interesting games we’ve seen of late, Divekick seeks to simplify the fighting game genre by skipping the learning process of combos and jumping right to the head games. With only two inputs, dive and kick, you have to headshot your way through one of the most colorful casts of characters ever. We sit...

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