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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 123: Eat It

Figures that Julian had the most examples. What a fatty!

After a monumentally long episode of Nerds Without Pants, the Pantsless Ones bring things down to normal show length. Which is to say, still pretty damn long. Maybe Julian should host up and reign these guys in, eh?

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The Mummy: Demastered Review

I expect better from you, WayForward.

I don’t know about you, but when I hear about an indie developed game sporting a pseudo-16-bit pixel aesthetic I find myself rolling my eyes. This goes double when said game is an action/exploration game (“Metroidvania” if you’re lazy). I just find these types of games to be played out. However, if you tell me that WayForward is working on the game you pique my interest enough to plunk down twenty bucks on The Mummy: Demastered, a game I hadn’t heard of. Was my curiosity rewarded? Ehhh…

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South Park: The Fractured but Whole Review

My god, New Kid, what a tragic backstory!

South Park: The Stick of Truth triumphed over adversity to become a critical and commercial success. It was a gamble on a franchise that had never had a great game, went through a protracted development cycle, and survived the closing of its original publisher. Three years later South Park: The Fractured but Whole may not have had as many roadblocks, but it is a sequel to a surprise hit being developed by a different team and attempting to be just as successful as its predecessor. While it may not reach the heights that The Stick of Truth hit, this is a worthy sequel.

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