Smash Bros. Ultimate – upcoming DLC characters

This great game already has 84 fighters and four more are planned to be added in the near future. Sometimes, it seems like players from the community enjoy discussing every potential new SSBU character almost as much as they enjoy actually playing Smash Ultimate. And you know what? It’s a very interesting conversation, so why not join it? Of course, the developers created two great options for those who want to see that guy or … Read more

How Nintendo’s Embrace of Indie Games Continues to Bolster the Switch

Despite not taking the form of a regular home console, the Nintendo Switch has barged its way into the heat of the console wars, muscling in on the territory of Sony’s PlayStation 4 and Microsoft’s Xbox One. After the struggles of the Wii U, Nintendo needed a big hit from their next product, so they ingeniously forged a console that could be played at home on the television as well as on the go. The … Read more

This Nintendo Switch Stand Makes Holding Your Accessories Much Easier

The Nintendo Switch has been one extremely successful console and by far one of the most successful consoles put out by Nintendo since the release of the Nintendo Wii. Being as this is, in fact, a Nintendo product you can expect there to be a lot of accessories for it. When looking for a place to store everything that your Switch needs you might find yourself having everything scattered and not in one central location. … Read more

The Spine-Chilling Games Coming to the Nintendo Switch

Sometimes you’re in the mood to play a light-hearted round of Pokémon Let’s Go Pikachu on your Switch, and sometimes you want to drop into a game where the monsters aren’t cute or pocket-sized. You want something that makes the hair on the back of your neck stand up while you’re running to checkpoints and finishing side-quests. If you’re looking to get scared, you’re in luck. Three games are coming out on the Nintendo Switch … Read more

Mercenary Kings: Reloaded Review

  I have always been a fan of old-school side-scrolling shooters of which my favorite is Metal Slug. There is just something about a game that has that Contra feel to it and this is exactly what Mercenary Kings: Reloaded, by Tribute Games, gets exactly right here. The game features you playing as one of four mercenaries sent out on missions in a central hub ala that of Monster Hunter where players can receive new missions, … Read more

Review of the Patriot Viper 32Gig 2800MHz DDR4 PVE432G280C6KGY memory kit

RAM, we all need it in our PC’s (yeah Macs are included here), Tablet’s, Phones, Consoles (Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, etc) and just about any device that computes.  Windows 10 itself requires 2Gigs of it (64-Bit), if you are only running 2 Gigs in Windows you might be a little held back by what you can do.  Top it off with a web browser, applications, games and the likes and you are going … Read more

Interview, Gameplay and Overview with Brawlhalla’s Executive Producer Zeke Sparkes (UPDATED)

While at PAX East 2017 in Boston, I had the pleasure to speaking with Zeke Sparkes, Executive Producer of Brawlhalla over at Blue Mammoth Games. Zeke has been in this sort of work for quite some time coming from being a Lead Developer on the MMO Neverwinter.  He was also the Design lead on the very popular Star Trek Online, City of Villains and Champions online, all games you and I love and have played … Read more

Twitch Streamer to Become First to Beat and Stream all Licensed NES Games

For Twitch streamer TheMexicanRunner, speedrunning has been something he has been passionate about for a very long time. Famous for holding world records in games such as Battletoads and Contra however, this Sunday, February 26th TheMexicanRunner is going to become the first person ever to completely finish and live stream all 714 licensed games for the Nintendo Entertainment System. The project known simply as NESmania, started back in May of 2014. Basically, how the stream … Read more

Nintendo Switch: Hardware, Specifications & Features

So after months of rumors and so called leaks, it is now proven that Nintendo’s new console not only exists but also what’s inside of it. Regardless of having exact details all we can do is make some concrete speculations but! Nothing is confirmed until Nintendo says so. NVidia has come out confirmed that they are indeed providing custom tegra processor for Nintendo’s new console. There are solid indications that the Nintendo switch will definitely … Read more

HyperX CLOUD Stinger Gaming Headphones Review

Now that everything can play audio: consoles, phones, computers and more, it’s hard to find a pair of quality headphones that will work for all of them and sound good too without breaking the bank.  Those days of frantically searching for those headphones or maybe buying multiple pairs might have ended with the HyperX release of the CLOUD Stinger Headphones. Before I get into the headphones themselves, let’s start off with the features and specs. Features and … Read more

Nintendo Classic Edition Coming Soon

Nintendo is releasing the Nintendo Entertainment System: NES Classic Edition, launching in stores on Nov. 11 which is a mini version of the original NES system with 30 included games plus it supports HDMI and includes an HDMI cable. “We wanted to give fans of all ages the opportunity to revisit Nintendo’s original system and rediscover why they fell in love with Nintendo in the first place,” said Nintendo of America President and COO Reggie Fils-Aime. … Read more

PS4.5, NX, Project Scorpio or Xbox One – Which Console is your best bet?

Gaming consoles are in abundant. The industry is flourishing of course, as the advent of new-age gaming equipment has brought in gamers that are not just twelve years old or teenagers. In fact, you get to see many die-hard gaming fans whose ultimate quest is to determine which gaming console serves the best purpose. To know the answer, they are also ready to go to any extent. Well, our advice is you read this blog … Read more

Review of the OtterBox Defender Series Case for the Apple iPhone 5C

Review of the OtterBox Defender Series Case for the Apple iPhone 5C Review of the OtterBox Defender Series Case for the Apple iPhone 5C After my phone was demolished, my wife demanded I get her a case for her iPhone 5C, or get her an iPhone 6. So I did what any man in my shoes would do and got her a case, turns out that’s not what she wanted which put me in another … Read more

Dragoncast Episode 20: The Progression of Video Games

On this episode of The Dragoncast Geoff and Brian welcome Brian’s own father-in-law, Brian Camden, on the show to talk about how far we have come in the way of video games and gaming. The guys talk about how they feel that gamers nowadays are spoiled by all the incredible graphics in games as well as just how much we as gamers have come in the way in which gaming has progressed. We discuss the … Read more

Is Link’s Awakening the Best of the Zelda Series?

Hey there.  Nintendo has been making some huge waves as of late.  The Wii U seems to be picking up steam and picking up long time fans of Nintendo.  Though Smash Bros. Wii U has breathed new life to the Wii U, The Legend of Zelda Wii U game may continue to carry the console.  The Legend of Zelda series has been long revered among gaming fans.  The series has revolutionized games throughout the years … Read more

The Evolution of Console Controllers (AKA Gamepads)

Console Controllers are designed with only one basic aim in mind, delivery a fluid and comfortable gaming experience. Therefore nearly all of the controllers ever created did not contain any sort of PC keyboard clone in them, since games usually don’t require much typing. These game controllers are simple and elegant. They are easier to understand, learn and  use, than a traditional Keyboard and mouse combination. This article will give you a brief history of … Read more