Alcoholic Luigi Invades Retrovolve’s Tim And Andy Show

  This week, Retrovolve's The Tim And Andy sat down with Geekparty's own Alcoholic Luigi in a beautiful gaming-inspired Minneapolis pub for some serious magic and video game talk.Tim and Andy took sides in a debate about which 1990's console was superior: the Sony Playstation, with its CDs and timeless controller design, or the Nintendo 64, … [Read More...]

The Languid Gamer vs. Fallout 3

The Languid Gamer vs Game Stores

Recently, I was in the mood for a little cape-and-cowl-fueled moonlighting, so I decided to (finally) check out Batman: Arkham Origins. However, when I went to the Xbox 360 Marketplace to inquire about a price, the amount shown was a negative $1.00. "This can't be right" I said to myself in a rational tone. But upon further inspection, the farce … [Read More...]


Assassin’s Creed Unity Is Anti-French?

French people are used to being the butt of jokes in popular media, like on South Park or The Simpsons. Now, however, they're the ones misrepresenting their history. Assassin's Creed Unity developer Ubisoft Montreal is coming under fire from former French minister Jean-Luc Mélenchon. According to him, the game "presents an image of hatred of the … [Read More...]

D Day

Internet Arcade Review: D Day

As the bodies washed ashore that day, staining the pristine beaches with the remains of once-hopeful young men, it became clear just how truly awful war can be.D Day, on the other hand, isn't a bad game. It's sort of like Missile Defense, but it uses the proving grounds for the supposed Greatest Generation as a backdrop. As a Gunner, you're tasked … [Read More...]

Rogue Legacy

Rogue Legacy Is Exactly The Kind Of Game I Hate, But I Can’t Stop Playing It

When I play video games, I play them to feel good about myself and what I'm doing. I like games like The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, which let you feel powerful and competent. I tend to hate it when games throw a stupidly high difficulty curve at you, and expect you to suffer before you can become even remotely passable at playing them. Yet for … [Read More...]


Remember When Sears Was a Respectable Video Game Developer?

  Fine. The word "respectable" might be a stretch. And the word "developer" might also be a stretch. But there was a time when people went to Sears to get their video game fix. Back before Nintendo and Sega started fist fighting for gaming superiority, Atari ruled the roost. In the late 1970's 2600s were flying off the shelves, and part … [Read More...]


Wolfenstein: The New Order Gets Collectibles Right

I was getting through Wolfenstein: The New Order at a fairly decent pace until I hit the final boss, Deathshead. I must have tried to take him down at least twenty times across three different play sessions, and came up short each time. It was seriously one of the most frustrating and infuriating encounters I've ever experienced. I was playing … [Read More...]

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