Hi everybody! /drnick You all are used to me writing about Duke Nukem Forever. Well, Chris "C" Cesarano decided that everybody should hear me talking about it too. Better yet, Chris wanted to talk about it with me! We spent forty five minutes playing Duke Nukem Forever for your amusement. It's our first try, so forgive the fact that we didn't identify ourselves.
Do you remember playing GI Joe or Transformers during recess? So does Gearbox, and they brought that experience to a game system near you!

GWJ Conference Call Episode 513

Live From Gencon 2016!

Clark Kenting

Two men get ready to leave the same house. It’s 7:00 AM on a Monday as Mike Ralls, Government Contract Manager, puts on his business slacks and light grey Brooks Brothers dress shirt. He tucks his shirt into his pants, and then loosens it to the exact amount of appropriate slackness. His tie loops around his neck, goes in a standard knot, and is cinched until it looks straight and sharp.

August 8 – August 14

No Man’s Sky is one of those games that appears to promise the world. Indeed, it seems to have promised 18 quintillion worlds. The game has captured and absconded with the imaginations of lots of people, but I’m trying to keep a cool head about it.
Not even in death can we escape quick-time events.

GWJ Conference Call Episode 512

Headlander, Battlezone 98 Redux, Quadrilateral Cowboy, Your Twitter Questions, Your Emails and More!
It’s no secret that I’m a fan of base-building games, so when Ken Seto, cofounder and CEO of Massive Damage Games, offered to give me a demo of Halcyon 6 at Pax East, I jumped right on it. I also jumped at the opportunity to grab his business card so I could ask him some questions about life, the universe and everything.
The Unmarked

The Unmarked - Summer Hiatus

We'll be back soon!

August 1 – August 7

Extreme Forklifting 2 looks like the kind of goofy fun that I like in my sims. The game is, essentially, a puzzle platformer where you drive a forklift to deliver pallets of goods to various locations within a warehouse. The only thing that gives me pause it that the ad copy strikes me as a little too self-aware for its own good.

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