Angelo D’Argenio is an 8 year veteran of game’s journalism with an addiction to fighting games, artistic indie games, and JRPGs. He has written for several outlets and once served as an editor and video game liaison for Doug Liman, the producer of the Bourne Identity. He is the current president of Disorganization XIII, a panelist group that you can find performing at conventions all over the east coast. When he isn’t writing about games or playing games you can find him running the NJ Rejects tournament series, putting on video game based art pieces, or working on Broken Sky, an indie game project of his own. He also plays a mean game of Tetris Attack.
Professor Layton and the Azran Legacy Review (3DS)
Completing Professor Layton and the Azran Legacy is a bittersweet experience. On one hand, it’s a pleasure to come back to the Layton gameplay that we all know and love. On the other hand, it’s the last time we will be doing so. This is, essentially, the end to the Layton series; a swa…
Game Experiment: Exploring the Many Worlds Model of Quantum Physics With Kaizo Mario World
Emulators, Quantum Physics, Fan Hacks and Mario; today’s Game Experiment has it all. A new variety of playback has cropped up on YouTube under the title 'Many Worlds Mario.' It’s a series of videos showcasing stages of the fan hack, Kaizo Mario World. The hack is designed to,…
Tales of Symphonia Chronicles Review (PlayStation 3)
For many JRPG fans, Tales of Symphonia was their great introduction to Namco Bandai’s Tales series. It was the first fully 3D polygonal Tales game and the first Tales game that was widely popularized in the U.S. Heck, it even had its own Tales development team named after it, Team Symphonia. …
Fan Game Showcase: Mushroom Kingdom Fusion
One of the most common practices in fan made gaming is putting characters from one game into another game. We have seen Sonic in Mario games, Megaman in Contra, and even Ryu Hayabusa in Bionic Commando. But one fan made game turns this dial up to 11. It puts all your favorite video game characters i…
Kickstarter of the Week: Gaymer X2
Kickstarter funds more than just gaming projects. The powerful crowd funding platform can also fund gaming events. This is the case with Gaymer X2, a LGBT friendly gaming convention that got its start last year. Gaymer X2 is the second annual Gaymer convention, and looked for $10,000 in funding to m…
Kickstarter of the Week: Nevermind a Biofeedback Horror Game
Ever since the Wii Vitality Sensor was revealed so many years ago, people have been talking about horror games that make use of biometric feedback. Now, Erin Reynolds is looking to succeed where Nintendo has failed, by creating Nevermind, a biofeedback Horror Adventure Game.
Game Experiment: Twitch Discovers Social Truths and Trolls Itself with Twitch Plays Pokemo…
This week’s Game Experiment combines two of our favorite things, sociology and Pokemon.
Arcade Sushi Quick Tips – Fixing the Xbox One Black Screen Error
So, how do you avoid the Xbox One black screen of perpetual nothingness?
Rayman Legends Review (PlayStation 4)
Rayman Legends has come to next generation consoles and Ubisoft wants fans to shake their controllers to the funky platforming beat once more.
Fan Game Showcase – Rockman 4 Minus Infinity
Sometimes, game hacks take it to such an extreme that the hack is barely recognizable from its original. That is the case with this week’s Fan Game Showcase: Rockman 4 Minus infinity.