After over a 100 episodes of profanity filled retro game reviews, The Nerd (James Rolfe) stars in his first feature length movie and faces his greatest challenge as he tries uncover the truth of the infamous ET game for Atari 2600.
Nerdy celebs and industry veterans detail the evolution of video games from simple blips and bloops to the blockbuster, triple A games of today in the upcoming documentary, Video Games: The Movie.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe talk E3 video games, the return of Harry and Lloyd for Dumb and Dumber To, the history of the WWE, The Monuments Men, The Lion King meets The Avengers, origins of holiday characters and much more.
Ubisoft offered up more details on games like The Division and Assassin’s Creed: Unity while debuting games like Far Cry 4 and Rainbow Six: Siege.
Some cool behind the scenes but not much actual footage outside of EA Sports from the company that shares our initials with the major exception being Battlefield: Hardline.
Imagine a game that lets you play as Rambo, John Matrix, John McClane and basically every other action hero you can think of with fully destructible levels and old school action and you have the insanely awesome Broforce.
Zach was in Boston this weekend to visit the nerd culture mecca that is PAX East. Check out all games he checked out and sights from the expo floor.
Mad Max and Rambo are coming to a console near you and we have the latest gameplay trailers for both games.
Wreck it Ralph does not quite live up to it’s classic video game overload promised by the trailers but it is still an incredibly fun movie with spectacular visuals and a great voice cast.