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The Perks of being a wallflower at E3

The Perks of being a wallflower at E3

This past week I was lucky enough to do something that I have dreamed about doing for the longest time. I think for as long as I have been aware of it, I’ve wanted to be apart of E3, video game Christmas, the Mecca of video game news. It may seem like a small silly goal to you, but for this long time nerd it’s the top of the mountain for us video game nerds. Some people dream about hoi...[Read More]

One Video Game Answer

In what seems like my never ending adventures online, I recently came across this picture making it’s way around Twitter… So I figured why not answer all of them for you like a deep dive into my psyche. So here it goes. Super Mario Bros./Duck Hunt Earthworm Jim Halo Wars anything on my phone Nathan Drake Wakka from Final Fantasy 10 Nathan and Elena Burnout Revenge The Last of Us…...[Read More]

On Reviews

On Reviews

When we first started this website we had some lofty goals, we dreamed of going to all the major events like PAX and E3 with shiny laminated badges that said “Press.” We would be on the inside track along with the big boys and get boxes of goodies sent to us from publishers. One big checkpoint on this path to legitimacy was initially getting our reviews on Metacritic, which is a site t...[Read More]

Passing the Torch – The New EA of the Video Game World

Passing the Torch – The New EA of the Video Game World

It has been largely believed since the dawn of modern gaming that EA is the worst gaming company ever. I myself have even held them accountable for the state of the games industry while some (Scott) would put the blame on the consumer. But what if I told you that while we were rallying against the EA’s and the Ubisoft’s of the world and their questionable business practices, a darker m...[Read More]

Saying Goodbye to the Xbox One

Saying Goodbye to the Xbox One

The Xbox and I go way back. Back when I still lived at home with my parents, my brother and I shared consoles. More often than not, the original Xbox was in my room because I had an obsession with Return to Castle Wolfenstein and it’s multiplayer. When I got my first full time job after college, the Xbox 360 was the first big purchase I made and most of my gaming took place on that console e...[Read More]

DIY PS4 Thumbstick Fix

DIY PS4 Thumbstick Fix

Awhile back we posted a picture to our Instagram, the same that is the main image of this post. Yes some monster, either toddler or furred variety, chewed up the thumb sticks on one of my PS4 controllers. While they still worked, the experience with them was ruined. I was then turned onto the idea of buying some replacements from one of our community members. So I did my research and found out you...[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]

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]

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