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DRULcast #222 – That New-New!

by Oscar Venturaon January 31, 2018
In this week’s episode, Oz has a chat with Scott Sorensen; President of Gunnar Optiks! Tune in for some exclusive news! Additionally, we learn that Jack lives his gaming life through Oz. Games this week include Monster Hunter World and Sea of Thieves Closed Beta to name a few. Check out the show notes for […]

Backtracking Superman Returns

by Jack Wageron January 22, 2018
The limitless possibilities of a digital world to bring an entire fantasy universe to life makes it seem like video games and superheroes would nearly be synonymous. But ask a gamer to name three good superhero video games that aren't part of Rocksteady's Batman Arkham series and there'll be silence. I mildly enjoyed The Death and Return of Superman on SNES, and was fairly excited to dive into Superman Returns on Xbox 360. My excitement rapidly faded.

Pilot Getting Into Titan - Titanfall

Why Titanfall Is A Great Game

by Jack Wageron October 25, 2017
Released 5 months after the launch of Xbox One, Titanfall was supposed to be Xbox One's 'killer app'. Criticized for being shallow because it lacks a single player campaign, and other people ragged on it because they disliked the addition of titans (what!). Although once the dust settled, Titanfall still stands as my favorite FPS in a very long, long time.
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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!

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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Stop With E3 Hype!

by Jack Wageron May 30, 2014
E3 is my second favorite time of year, Christmas is first. My favorites aside, let’s get to the main question, do we really need huge press conferences, fancy booths, and all the other glitz and glam that E3 has become? Companies use so much time and resources to put on a show, that I can’t […]