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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 Special: Switched On

In which Patrick becomes a mouthpiece for Nintendo.

With the Nintendo Switch right around the corner, the Nerds Without Pants bring you hands on impressions of the next big thing from the house of Mario! JD sits in with us, and we are joined by David Welch from Experimental Gamer. He is the man behind the Western-themed RPG Boot Hill Heroes, so go check them out!

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Batman: A Telltale Games Series Review

Press X to Batman.

By now, we’re all aware of the joke: if you own an intellectual property of any import, Telltale will make a game based on it. Telltale adventure games are quickly becoming the Funko Pops of the video game world, but just like those big-headed collectibles, there is no denying their popularity. Enter Batman: The Telltale Series. Is this “just” another Telltale game? Well, yes, of course it is. That shouldn’t suggest that it isn’t worth your time, though.

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Firewatch Review

Finally, a game starring a middle-aged schlub that I can identify with!

We’re in a unique situation with video games right now. While there is a perceived waning interest in big “triple-A” releases (for a variety of reasons), the industry has reached a place where smaller and more personal tales can be told. These games take a multitude of forms, and as I mentioned in my review for Virginia, a new “day in the life” genre has popped up recently. Firewatch is certainly one of those games, and it is one that came along at just the right time for me.

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