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Nick Edwards

My Kids Made Me, Me

My Kids Made Me, Me

Kids, it is time we sat down and had a little heart to heart. Let’s give the piggy back rides a break for a second. Let’s put down the dolls and the cars. Yes, let’s even turn off the video games for awhile. We’re going to have story time. No, it isn’t time for bed yet don’t worry. There is a cheesy line from an old movie you may or may not watch, It’s A W...[Read More]

Dadcade Fathers Day Gift Guide

Brace yourselves, Fathers Day is coming and with it an influx of ties, coffee mugs and if you’re lucky a voucher for a car wash. At least Mom can boil down that macaroni art and make some lunch out of it. So maybe you should just stare in the mirror and work on your “Oh Wow! This is a super cool tie” face or you can very subtly drop some hints by sharing, liking, or discussing th...[Read More]

Why Sony Doesn’t Need A New Console Next Year

Why Sony Doesn’t Need A New Console Next Year

You may have heard the rumors of Sony looking to release another new console in 2018. Just four years into the original console release and not even a full year into the release of the Pro. This move, one can assume, is a direct answer to Microsoft’s Project Scorpio. Another console that really doesn’t need to exist yet and since announce has been greeted with mixed reviews. But here i...[Read More]

Fuel Your Day With Bulletproof

Fuel Your Day With Bulletproof

Self-preservation is one of mankind’s most dominant trait.  It’s how we got to the top of the food chain. It’s a guiding force in our decision making process. It exists because of thousands of years of people not wanting to step foot into the wrong cave and become a snack for a bear or honey badger (probably.) So it is amazing to me that, considering I have yet to be mauled by a bear, that I set f...[Read More]

Doing Date Night, The Dadcade Way #KingOfSoup

Doing Date Night, The Dadcade Way #KingOfSoup

There is nothing like being a newly married couple. The world is your oyster and everything is an exciting adventure, no matter how mundane. Probably the most exciting of adventures you can partake in is going out to eat. Trying new restaurants when first married helps you define what will become your favorite place to eat when you can no longer go out to eat all the time, like when you have kids....[Read More]

Nintendo’s Switch

Nintendo’s Switch

It happened everyone. After a long held believe that Nintendo should NOT make anymore consoles, I’ve switched (insert snapping noise here) my opinion. That is right, I pre ordered the Nintendo Switch. Three months after the initial revealing, one day after the special presentation and during the Live Tree House event I clicked the “Add To Cart” button on my Amazon account. It see...[Read More]

The Dadcade’s Games of the Year 2016

The Dadcade’s Games of the Year 2016

Now that the dumpster fire known as 2016 has officially been put out and left to smolder, we at the Dadcade want to share with you our top picks for games of 2016 before we collectively scrub all memory of the year away. Obviously, since we are parents, we didn’t have the time to play EVERY game released in 2016, but because we are gamers we did play a lot. So, with that said, lets break dow...[Read More]

Elevate Your Game This Season With Bulletproof Coffee

Elevate Your Game This Season With Bulletproof Coffee

As a thirty-three-year-old husband, father of two, over full time worker, gamer, part time blogger and just a full time human in general, it is safe to say that the blood pumping through my veins is less red/white blood cells, plasma and platelets and more coffee. Like way more coffee. A ton of coffee. All coffee. Before last week I could argue that there was no bad cup of coffee given the right c...[Read More]

The Couple That Plays Together…

The Couple That Plays Together…

I’m lucky enough to not only be able to enjoy a good video game, but my wife does as well. We played great co-op games together like Gears of War, Resident Evil 5, and Portal 2 to name a few. When we couldn’t find a two player game we would take turns in story driven games like Heavy Rain and Alan Wake. I can remember Fable 3 coming out and leaving for the day only to return at night with my wife ...[Read More]

Copies of Copies; The Argument for Supporting the Artistic Guys

Copies of Copies; The Argument for Supporting the Artistic Guys

It’s almost that time of the year again. A time of year that is equal parts exciting and disappointing. A time of year when triple A publishers release their yearly onslaught of sequels that seemingly dominate the holiday sales. A time when you would be hard pressed to find anything differing from the carefully orchestrated destruction set pieces of your Call of Duty’s and Battlefields or your eag...[Read More]

Pokemon Go, A Month In

Pokemon Go, A Month In

Pokemon Go has been out for a month now and it would be an understatement to say that the game has done well. Developers Niantic created a game that has been downloaded over 100 million and times and sees a daily revenue of $1.6 million. So yeah, the game is doing well. Not only is it doing great things for business, but it is also doing great things for health. I’ve seen more kids outside in the ...[Read More]

Battleborn Review

Battleborn Review

As of writing this, tomorrow marks the release of one of the most highly anticipated game of the year, Overwatch. Now bringing up Overwatch to begin a review of Battleborn may seem odd, but they were announced around the same time, released in the same month, similar in concept and structure. There is no way you can talk about one and not the other. After spending two weeks with Battleborn, we loo...[Read More]

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