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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 198: Game Over, Man! Game Over!

I am too sleepy to come up with a pithy comment.

Welcome back to Nerds Without Pants! This week, we explore our favorite "game over" screens in video games. Justin has joined the next generation, Julian loses himself inside his head because of Disco Elysium, and it's a battle of mediocre sequels in Video Game Cage Match!

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Nerds Without Pants Episode 197: Never Split the Party

Or: "The Milk Incident"

Hey, there. It's another episode of Nerds Without Pants. I'd go into the whole spiel and show notes and what-not, but to be honest does it matter? it's a long podcast. We talk about video games. And milk, for some reason.

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Nerds Without Pants Episode 196: Snow Bros

This one is a bit chilly.

Nerds Without Pants is back with a mostly tranquil episode about snowy video game locations. Then Julian goes off on some personal strife, so check the time stamps below if you don’t want to hear 30 minutes of whining. We close things out with a battle between two light gun arcade games that feature bad digitized graphics!

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