The Walking Dead Season 7 Finale Review – Zombies, Tigers, and Bad, Oh My!

by Ken Borteron April 4, 2017
Season 7 of the Walking Dead is over. Rick, Negan and the rest of the gang duke it out for the first time, but was it a satisfying finale?

The Walking Dead Should Just Die Already

by Ken Borteron March 30, 2017
I know.  This is going to be a tough journey for some people, myself included.  I honestly never thought way back 7 years ago, when AMC’s hit tv show The Walking Dead started, I would be sitting here writing about how it needs to end.  The first episodes were raw, gritty, filled with blood and […]

PAX East 2017 Best in Show – Indie Games

by Ken Borteron March 15, 2017
PAX East is a joyous time of year where people like me get to go to a giant convention hall, see all of the best video game developers in the world, and play a bunch of games that we might never have known existed.  The big players are there like Playstation, Xbox and Nintendo, but […]

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Our Favorite Female Characters in Video Games

by Mammoth Gamers Staffon March 9, 2017
In honor of International Women’s Day yesterday, we wanted to share a few words about some standout female characters in video games and why we love them!

Logan Claws Its Way To The Top Of X-Men Films – Review

by Ken Borteron March 6, 2017
Logan was a dark and gritty film that both comic book fans and movie lovers will want to see again and again.
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How Battleborn and Titanfall 2 Suffered from Poor Release Dates

by Rich Casselon March 5, 2017
Titanfall 2 and Battleborn suffered from poor release timing, this merits a look into how and why these release dates can hurt games' online communities.

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Nintendo Switch Release Yields An Exciting Yet Scary Time For Fans

by Albert Perkinson February 26, 2017
In one week, Nintendo's latest console the Nintendo Switch will be released to the public. This is an exciting time for obvious reasons. However, this release also yields a frightening or scary time for fans as well.

Why is Overwatch Game of The Year? It’s Simple. Cultural Impact

by Dale Worrellon February 24, 2017
What makes Overwatch Game of The Year? Overwatch is more than just a multiplayer only game, it is an expansive universe that its fans care so much about.

A 3DS Successor is Under Consideration, Here’s Why That’s a Bad Thing

by Brian Milleron February 3, 2017
Update: Clarification of Tatsumi Kimishima’s statement has surfaced today, and it seems the quotes regarding a “successor” to the 3DS were incorrectly interpreted by the original source. The quotes that appeared online yesterday were pulled from a Japanese newspaper, Kyoto Shinbun. The newspaper lifted the quotes from a recent Corporate Management Policy Briefing and Financial […]

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Geeked In 7: Nintendo Switch, You’re Our Only Hope

by David Bahleon January 31, 2017
After two lackluster consoles. I am optimistic that the Nintendo Switch will be what Nintendo needs in order to have a successful console yet again.