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About Me:

Super Step
Date of Birth: 3-23-1990
Height: 5'9"
Weight: 163 lbs
Blood Type: Unkown (A+ Father, O- Mother)
Nationality: Texan 'Murrican
Fighting Style: Drunken Jackalope

A bona fide 90s kid, Super Step loves doing nothing and complaining about the government while watching TV. He says everything was better during the Clinton years, but that's probably because he was younger than 10 years old for literally all of them.

Also a bona fide millennial, he loves doing nothing, surfing the Internet, and complaining that it's everyone in Washington's fault, not just one party or person's. This is probably a result of not knowing anyone who works in government that does not show up on Jon Stewart. It's also a thinly veiled attempt to feign bipartisanship.

Special Moves

Snarky Comeback - By summoning all of his hatred and channeling it through his ass and keyboard, Super Step can be a real asshole towards you.

Beating Your Ass ... At Nintendo - His favorite character to use in Super Smash Bros. Melee is Roy.

Favorite Games:

NES - Super Mario Bros.

Game Boy - Solar Stryker

SNES - Street Fighter II Turbo

Arcade - Area 51

PC - Vector Tanks

N64 - Star Fox 64

Game Boy Color - Pokemon Pinball

Playstation - Driver

Playstation 2 - Guilty Gear X2/Sly Cooper

Gamecube - Super Mario Sunshine

Game Boy Advance - Metroid Fusion

DS - Elite Beat Agents

Android - Sonic CD

Online -

Steam - Batman: Arkham Asylum

Favorite Music:

Rock and/or Roll.

Latest Posts

Gris Review

Do you like Journey, but want it to have a bit more Mario in it? This is for you.

While GRIS is a short, 3-4 hour experience that doesn't take a whole lot of gaming skill for most of its run-time, don't be fooled into thinking there aren't legitimately challenging platforming and puzzle sections. Whether this immerses you more in GRIS's world or is just an interruption to your good time depends on what kind of games you like, but I'd say it's well worth the experience. 

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Life is Strange 2: Episode 1 Review

While seemingly more political than its predecessors, this entry in the series still does a good job of focusing on the personal and providing a satisfying, if not particularly new, narrative gameplay experience.

One thing you should know about Life is Strange 2: Episode 1 is: It’s political. And that’s going to affect how much you enjoy it, because politics are woven more deeply into the game’s main narrative than in previous entries.

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My Brother Rabbit Review

A run-of-the-mill point-and-click adventure.

I'm not too familiar with the point-and-click genre, so I wasn't sure what to expect when I recieved a review code for My Brother Rabbit. From what I do know, having played through the excellent Tormentum: Dark Sorrow and about an hour or so of Double Fine's Broken Age, I doubt My Brother Rabbit is breaking new ground, but it has some cool features. Find out why I think the positives and negatives of My Brother Rabbit result in an average game by watching the included video review or read the text review, if you'd prefer. 

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