This just in: Watch Dogs most likely will not be running in full HD on the XBone (but you should all be used to that by now).

I have a massive video game collection that I’m selling off (these are just a handful of photos I’ve taken). I’m actively cataloging it in a Google Drive spreadsheet viewable here. Check back often, as there are about 20 boxes to sort through before it’s all listed.

Sarah Fatale is pretty protective of her babies.

So you want to play old games on your PlayStation 4? Okay, go for it! It’ll be interesting to see how Microsoft responds to this after the abysmal launch of the XBone.

Played this one a little shortly after it was released, but didn’t get into it too much. Giving it another shot.

[Update: It’s Shadow of the Colossus, God of War, and a touch of platforming thrown into a visually-striking action adventure game. I really have no idea what I didn’t like the first time around.]

New game systems mean new headsets, and this one it quite pretty: it’s the Turtle Beach Marvel Seven: Limited Edition Gaming HeadsetThis baby will work on the PS3, PS4, PS Vita, Nintendo 3DS, XB360, PC, Mac, and moble devices.

AND.. you can swap out the speaker plates to best suit your style!

Check out more of my Geexmas gift recommendations!

The Evil Within 

I don’t know about you, boys & girls, but I am definitely ready to have the shit scared out of me again!


I can get 2007’s Crackdown for free on Xbox Live ($2.99 at GameStop); OR Saints Row: The Third, Hitman: Absolution, Uncharted 3, Uncharted: Golden Abyss, XCOM: Enemy Unknown, Little Big Planet Karting, Machinarium, The Pinball Arcade, Oddworld: Munch’s Oddysee HD, Jet Set Radio, Labyrinth Legends, Knytt Underground, Metal Slug XX, Malicious, Dokuro, God Eater Burst, Gravity Rush, AND Wipeout 2048 with PlayStation Plus?

Thanks for playing, Microsoft.

The Last of Us
a nonspoilery review

Just completed The Last of Us, and as amazing as it is, I still have to go with BioShock Infinite as my choice for Game of the Year. The quality of the gameplay is comparable between the two (really just 1st person vs. 3rd person), so I’m gonna call it a draw there. It all comes down to story, and though The Last of Us does a fantastic job of using key emotional elements to tug at your heart strings, there’s no mystery surrounding it. Before the game was released, I told a coworker what was gonna happen.. and that’s exactly what went down.

So, a great game indeed & something everyone should play.. especially if you’re a fan of The Walking Dead & other horror franchises that are heavy on the drama/emotional content. If you don’t feel for these characters within the first 10 minutes, you’re a fucking robot.

My GotY Order Thus Far:

  1. BioShock Infinite
  2. The Last of Us
  3. Tomb Raider