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November Games With Gold Announced

November Games With Gold Announced

Starting November 1st, a new list of games will be made available to those of us with Xbox Live Gold accounts. The last few months haven’t been particularly impressive, but some new games are being added this month that may pique some interests. Also, starting in November, all Xbox Live Games with Gold free 360 games will be backwards compatible on the Xbox One. So, you no longer have to sta...[Read More]

Can My Kid Play It: Tearaway Unfolded Review

Can My Kid Play It: Tearaway Unfolded Review

When Tearaway was initially released on the PS Vita back in 2013, I always saw it as a brilliant game and that it was a shame more people wouldn’t be able to play because of the lack of hardware adoption. To this day, I still look back fondly at the little game that could and all of it’s brilliant uses of the complete hardware package that was the Playstation Vita. Fast forward two yea...[Read More]

Using Math to Make Your Next Video Game Purchase

Using Math to Make Your Next Video Game Purchase

The heart of this site is just some Dads who share a love of gaming and try their best to continue to do what they love while raising a family. As we’ve said before, kids fill the void that was once occupied by a plethora of free time and disposable income. In one of my earlier posts I talked about my methods on still continuing to game and a talking point on that was how much more choosey I...[Read More]

Sword Coast Legends Giveaway!

Sword Coast Legends Giveaway!

We’re giving away a copy of the new RPG game Sword Coast Legends to two lucky winners! To enter, follow the instructions below and good luck! The winner will be announced next Friday and contacted by email/social media.   a Rafflecopter giveaway ...[Read More]

Blood Bowl 2 Review

Blood Bowl 2 Review

I didn’t know what to expect when I loaded up Blood Bowl 2 for the first time. I had heard about it before, hailing from the company that is known for making Warhammer games, but I really didn’t know what the game was all about. I knew it mashed football with orcs and vampires and with that simple realization, I was on board. It took me a little to get the hang of what exactly was goin...[Read More]

OPINION: The Video Game Industry is Broken and Consumers Aren’t Helping

OPINION: The Video Game Industry is Broken and Consumers Aren’t Helping

A few days ago my partner in crime at The Dadcade, Nick, published an article citing that the video game industry is broken and put a lot of the blame on big publishers for the way they handle releases and DLC packs. Most notably, was the recent announcement of the Star Wars: Battlefront DLC pack that will cost gamers 50 bucks for a couple map packs post release. Don’t get me wrong, I can...[Read More]

OPINION: The Video Game Industry Is Broken and EA Isn’t Helping

OPINION: The Video Game Industry Is Broken and EA Isn’t Helping

Yesterday, undoubtedly due to the large success of the free beta, EA announced their plans to offer a season pass for its upcoming Stars Wars Battlefront, an online only Battlefield type game set in the Star Wars universe. The info stated that for $50 players will receive early access to four planned expansions and a fancy emblem. No other info was provided but one can assume since, again, it is a...[Read More]

Skylanders: SuperChargers Review

Skylanders: SuperChargers Review

Skylanders was always a game I looked at with great interest, but never got into. This could be because of it’s perceived target demographic being younger kids, and before 2 years ago, I was well outside that range. Thanks to the amazing folks over at Activision, I was sent a starter set for newest entry in the Skylanders series, SuperChargers, for review. With Xbox One controller in hand, l...[Read More]

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