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About Me:


I've been fascinated by video games since my dad lifted me up to see the screen of Galaga when I was a wee pup. I don't recall a time in my life when I haven't been playing, talking, or writing about games. I'm a veteran of the 16-bit Wars and spent 8 years in the gaming retail trenches. My knowledge is vast, but that doesn't stop me from trying to learn more about the history of the video game industry. I'm honored to be a part of the PixlBit staff, and I can't wait to bring my passion for games to our audience.

Favorite Games:


Super Metroid, Final Fantasy IV, Mass Effect, BioShock, Mega Man 2, Street Fighter (series), Metal Gear Solid (series), Resident Evil (series), um, hey, I could do this all night.

Favorite Music:


A bizarre mix of oldies, folk, pop, and European goth metal. My iPod is schizophrenic.



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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Nerds Without Pants Episode 138: Check Out Our Huge Sacks

Our bag of holding is full to bursting!

Welcome back to a regular episode of Nerds Without Pants! That’s right, we’re here with Stage Select, Consumption Junction, AND special guest Joey, AKA Superstep. Oh, you lucky people!

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Valkyria Chronicles 4 Review

Squad E, retreat!

One of my favorite things about playing strategy/role playing games is the sense of satisfaction that comes from executing on a well-laid plan. The thrill of deftly maneuvering units into place for a swift and deadly strike after multiple turns of meticulous consideration is something that few games deliver. I love strategy/RPGs, and I was excited to tear into Valkyria Chronicles 4; a return to form of sorts for a series held in high regard by a rabid fanbase, and a franchise I have little experience with. Sadly, instead of tearing into this game because I couldn’t get enough, I will now need to tear into this bizarre title that not only doesn’t reward sound strategy but does everything in its power to undermine player agency.

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