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Dying Light Hard Mode out for Free Today

Dying Light Hard Mode out for Free Today

The latest patch comes out for Dying Light today and it is loaded with free goodies. If you’ve been laughing in the face of those nightmare zombies and getting very pale from only scavenging at night time well then you will be happy to hear that part of Techlands update includes a much anticipated Hard Mode. In addition to the new mode, extra outfits, weapons, gold level rare items, and some...[Read More]

Wolfenstein gets a prequel

Wolfenstein gets a prequel

Last years Wolfenstein: The New Order released quietly and seemed to fade just as fast but it was easily one of the highlights of the early part of the year. It seems like we get treated to more Blazkowicz in a May when Bethesda Software and MachineGames release Wolfenstein: The Old Blood. Set just months before the events of New Order, this stand alone game will feature two new missions, “R...[Read More]

Should Nintendo Exit the Console Market?

Should Nintendo Exit the Console Market?

If you asked me to sit down and list some of my favorite video games of all time, chances are that a good portion of those games I would have played on a Nintendo console. Games like Fire Emblem, Smash Bros, Twilight Princess, Paper Mario and Metroid are all games that I absolutely adored. I even went out and bought a Gamecube originally so I could play Resident Evil 4 if you want to count that as...[Read More]

Must Play Games: The NES Years

Must Play Games: The NES Years

If we don’t know our gaming history how will we know our gaming future. I’m going to be listing the must plays that defined each console generation and how they place in video game must play spectrum. Up first NES  Nintendo Entertainment System while not the first available home console, is the grand daddy of the video game boom. Released in 1985, it racked up a total of over 800 games...[Read More]

The Birds and the Bees

The Birds and the Bees

It’s the inevitable talk that comes with being a parent. Chances are you were on the receiving end as a youth and it is only a matter of time before the tables turn and you sit there starring at your offspring, uncomfortably shifting in your chair, wondering how to bring up the birds and the bees. Let’s be honest, I hated having to hear my parents describe sexual organ function and the...[Read More]

The Last of Us – All the Feels

The Last of Us – All the Feels

I recently came across a deal on Groupon for a digital copy of The Last of Us on PS4 for $20 that I generously shared on our Facebook page. This got me thinking about it and all the other games I’ve played since completing it. Out of all the games I’ve played, The Last of Us has made more of an impression and stuck with me more than any other game. And why wouldn’t it? It’s...[Read More]

The Elder Scrolls Online Gets Rid of Subscription Based Format

The Elder Scrolls Online Gets Rid of Subscription Based Format

Bethesda announced today that they are doing away with the subscription based play of Elder Scrolls Online. The game, which is currently out for PC and Mac, will get a relaunch on March 17 title The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited. The console version that was twice delayed will finally be launching on June 9. Players can still choose to pay for a ESO Plus subscription that will grant play...[Read More]

Xbox Price Drop Announced: Are you buying it?

Xbox Price Drop Announced: Are you buying it?

In case you hadn’t heard, Thursday Microsoft announced it’s plans for another Xbox price drop. With the recent success of the holiday price drop and bundling of games, Microsoft is trying to gain more traction in this generations console wars. The holiday bundles helped Microsoft outsell Sony as well put it on a better selling tract than the 360. This is the latest in the rounds of Xbo...[Read More]

Game of the Month: Dying Light

Game of the Month: Dying Light

With the dust settling on the holidays, you may have used some extra days off to grind through that inventory of games you collected. If that’s the case you’ll be looking for that next great game to play in the new year. While January isn’t jam packed like October and November, there are a few games to keep on your radar. We take a look at Dying Light, set to release later this m...[Read More]

Review: Assassin’s Creed Unity

Review: Assassin’s Creed Unity

I’ve played almost every release of Assassin’s Creed since the first one came out in 2007, with the exception of Liberty and Rogue, and I’ve pretty much loved them all. Each one builds upon its predecessor and continually provides a unique, fun, and lengthy experience. This all culminated with the 2013 release of Black Flag, which in my opinion was the best in the series. I say a...[Read More]

Science in Gaming: Firing Guns in Space

Science in Gaming: Firing Guns in Space

Futuristic guns, deep space battles, bionic arms, and military experiments gone wrong. These are typical things you see in many video games, but how farfetched are they? Do games have the inside track when it comes to future advancements? We take a look at the science of games and how plausible they are, because at The Dadcade, we do science because we care. Today’s topic, firing guns in spa...[Read More]

How to Continue Gaming Once You Have Kids

How to Continue Gaming Once You Have Kids

I have been a gamer for as long as I can remember. I would go over my uncles house to sit a foot away from the TV and play duck hunt until I got my own NES, then I would sit a foot away from the TV in my own living room. Being a kid I would have to wait till special occasions to get a new game or save for months to buy a $70 copy of Earthworm Jim. As I got older and started making more money it wa...[Read More]

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