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About Me:


Games have been a big part of my life as far back as I can remember and have a special place in my heart. It's an incredible opportunity to be able to work in an industry that has shaped not only those things that I enjoy, but has also contributed greatly to the person I am today.

Favorite Games:


Metroid Prime, Phantasy Star IV, Super Mario World, Eternal Darkness, Legacy of Kain: Blood Omen, Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare, Final Fantasy VI, Resident Evil 4, Gears of War, Portal, Warcraft, Shadowrun, Bioshock, and many more.

Favorite Music:


That Handsome Devil, The Builders and the Butchers, Elvis, David Bowie, The Rolling Stones, Howlin' Wolf, Screamin' Jay Hawkins, Tom Waits, etc...



Latest Posts

Nerds Without Pants Episode 139: Missing in Action

Half of this episode is missing, too!

Gah! What the hell happened? Well, Julian will explain, but basically, this edition of Nerds Without Pants is problematic. Wait, that’s not the right phrase. It’s plagued with problems. Lots of problems! To quote The Doctor: “I’m sorry. I’m so, so sorry.” Hopefully you power through the audio issues, because we have former PixlBit Features Editor Jesse Miller to talk about missing in action games. Please be gentle in the comments; Julian agonized over this one.

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PixlBit's 2015 Game of the Year Awards!

As 2016 is here, our staff looks back to our favorite games of 2015. WAY back!

2015 was an interesting year for gaming, the year the 8th console generation started to push out the 7th gen, where almost every game was coming onto one of the newer consoles and last gen ports becoming fewer and farther between. Yet when looking at the games everyone else was voting for each year, we noticed something. The real best games released received very few, if any, awards from other outlets. So we at Pixlbit decided to give the actual best games to come out this year their own commendation! So if you missed any of these this year, be sure to check them out and see what you missed out on!

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The Death of a Titan

What the cancellation of Project Titan means to Blizzard and us.

After seven years of development, Blizzard decided to officially pull the plug on their mysterious Project Titan; what many assumed was to be the successor to the king of all MMORPGs, World of Warcraft.  Since Titan was never officially announced, it’s doubtful that the game ever made it past the conceptual state, though we will likely never know how many resources had been dedicated to the project, or if it was ever even close to becoming anything more than vaporware.

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