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Teaching Your Kids to Game With Super Mario Maker

Teaching Your Kids to Game With Super Mario Maker

Video games have always been something that I have enjoyed. I remember my first time playing video games on my parents’ Atari 2600 in our our old house’s basement. I had a blast, but it wasn’t until I was given my very first console, the NES back in the late 80s, when my love of gaming really hit it’s stride. The first game most of us remember playing and learning with, was...[Read More]

Amazon Prime Subscription Gives 20% Off New Video Games

Amazon Prime Subscription Gives 20% Off New Video Games

If there is one subscription that I constantly recommend to all of my friends, it’s Amazon Prime. My wife and I order a ton of stuff from Amazon and being able to get the products in 2 days with free shipping, plus being able to use Amazon Prime Now (the same day, 2 hour delivery system) has made life so much easier with a toddler. Throw in their decent movie/tv streaming offerings, spotify ...[Read More]

Xenoblade Chronicles X Review

Xenoblade Chronicles X Review

2015 – easily, one of the best years for the struggling Wii U. Looking around the net, you’ll see a number of Wii U games popping up on people’s best of 2015 list. Splatoon was a crazy new IP that was novel in it’s approach to an online shooter, Mario Maker was a dream come true for people who wanted to make their own levels, but there is one other you may be finding as wel...[Read More]

Astro A40 Headset + Mixamp™ M80 – HALO 5 Edition Review

Astro A40 Headset + Mixamp™ M80 – HALO 5 Edition Review

I’ve never been a big audio guy when it came to games. Sure, games have to have good sound design, but I usually just listen to the games through my television’s speakers because I’m too lazy to do anything different. When offered to review the newest headset from Astro, the A40 Headset + Mixamp M80 – Halo 5 Edition, I decided to see what all of the fuss was about when it c...[Read More]

Indie PC Fan Favorite Jazzpunk Coming to PS4

Indie PC Fan Favorite Jazzpunk Coming to PS4

One of my favorite indie games to have come out in the past few years was Jazzpunk. Jazzpunk was a first person game that can best be described as a mix between a cold war spy game mixed with pop culture in a hilarious world of nonsense. It’s brilliant and was a ton of fun to play on the PC. Announced today though, Jazzpunk is coming to the Playstation 4 and with it, a whole slew of new cont...[Read More]

Ninja Turtles Game Being Developed by Platinum Games

Ninja Turtles Game Being Developed by Platinum Games

According to a new listing in the Australian Classification Board’s ratings database, Platinum Games (Bayonetta creators) are currently developing a new Ninja Turtles game. Not much is known right now, but the name seems to be Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutants in Manhattan and according to the Australian ratings board, will be rated M in Australia and it looks like Activision is listed as the ...[Read More]

Mario Tennis: Ultra Smash Review (Wii U)

Mario Tennis: Ultra Smash Review (Wii U)

If there is one thing that has remained constant with the Nintendo consoles over the last few years, it’s that Mario will have a number of great games released and there will also be Nintendo sports games. Over the years, the Nintendo sports games have been largely hit or miss with some being a lot of fun (the golf games come to mind for me) and others, not so much. When Nintendo announced a...[Read More]

Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate Review

Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate Review

Assassin’s Creed is the one yearly game I continue to look forward to every fall. Yeah, I know Unity wasn’t very good, but a series is prone to stumble from time to time. When Syndicate was announced, and the late 1800’s setting was put forth, I was instantly excited for the possibilities. It’s one of the most recent entries in the series in terms of timeline, so the weapon...[Read More]

Guitar Hero Live Review

Guitar Hero Live Review

The plastic guitar genre has been pretty quiet for a while now. With the jump to the next generation of gaming consoles, it seemed like guitar games were a last gen relic that was remaining silently hidden in gaming’s not too distant history. They had a good run, but at this point, was there truly anything they could do that we hadn’t seen before? If you asked me a couple months ago, I...[Read More]

Extra Life Schedule and Donation Page

Extra Life Schedule and Donation Page

As many of you probably know by now, we here at The Dadcade are participating in the 24 hour livestream event called “Extra Life” that takes place this coming Saturday, November 7th. Nick and Scott will be streaming games throughout the day on our Twitch channel. The festivities will begin around 7-8am EST with Scott streaming out some PC gaming, most likely an MMO, as he drinks his co...[Read More]

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]

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