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Xbox One In Trash

Eliminate Consoles, Stream Your Games | Chime In

by Jack Wageron April 3, 2017
A friend asked to borrow my PS3. He intends to subscribe to PS Now, play the games he wants and return my PS3. PS Now is also a feature of Sony Blu-ray players that retail for around $70. Effectively making 'high quality' gaming cheaply available. If Blu-ray players aren't your thing, Sony and Samsung offer PS Now on a handful of TVs.
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DRULcast #161 – Retro Gaming Tote

by Jack Wageron October 18, 2016
Oz is on vacation so Jack teams up with Juan and Derrick. We lazily glaze over a couple new games, then nostalgia hits us hard as we bring up our fondest childhood memories of classic games on NES, Game Boy, SNES and Genesis!

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In Win D-FRAME 2.0 And 303 Announced At PAX East 2016

by Jack Wageron April 22, 2016
In Win is taking over PAX East 2016 by launching two new cases, D-FRAME 2.0 and 303. Tempered glass, support for large video cards, water cooling, large heatsinks along with USB 3.1 and 3.0 ports.
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Manning’s Broncos Fall To Panthers In Super Bowl 50

by Jack Wageron February 1, 2016
Madden NFL has correctly picked 9 of the last 12 Super Bowl winners. Super Bowl 50 is one week away and here's another Madden simulation prediction for Broncos vs. Panthers!

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Backtracking Alan Wake

by Jack Wageron January 28, 2016
Alan Wake was announced at E3 2005 for next-gen consoles and PC. 5 years later, Alan Wake launched exclusively on Xbox 360, followed by a PC release in 2012. Despite having a large budget, backing by Microsoft, and developed by Remedy Games (Max Payne), Alan Wake could not gain traction as a powerhouse franchise. But its story and main game mechanic will forever be why Alan Wake is one of the greatest games ever.

Gamer Girl Loves Free Games

Free Games Are Bad Business

by Jack Wageron September 29, 2015
PSN+, Games With Gold, and Origin's On The House are programs that gamers love. Everyone likes free stuff, but are free games doing more harm than good?
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The Way Of Life – Life In Three Nutshells

by Jack Wageron August 19, 2015
Perhaps the most interesting game I’ve played in, well, forever. The Way Of Life is a social commentary on the average human life. We enter this world as children who have gigantic imaginations and are fueled by sugar. Adults get a job and move up the corporate ladder. Lastly you play a senior citizen, who […]

DRUGS Joy We Happy Few (Pre-Alpha)

We Happy Few Screenshots and Wallpapers

by Jack Wageron March 17, 2015
During PAX East 2015 I had a chance to play We Happy Few, without getting into detail, We Happy Few was really impressive! Compulsion Games sent us a handful of screenshots from their PAX East build.
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PAX East 2015: Beyond Eyes

by Jack Wageron March 16, 2015
Ever woken up and had no clue where you were? When that happens, we realize where we’re at, then go back to sleep. However, what if you really didn’t know where you were? What would you do? How would you discover and interact with the world around you?