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This week’s Qt3 Games Podcast comes to you from the distant future! Jason, Nick and Vickie discuss games we’re looking forward to in the year 2013, games we’re currently enjoying in the year 2013 and news we’re currently news…ing? You … Continue reading
While Tom is at GDC, Jason has a nice conversation with Gus Mastrapa about not going to GDC, how LEGO can melt the hardest of hearts, and why we envy Richard Garriott.
While Tom is away on a secret mission (THUNDER DOME), Josh Bycer from Game Wisdom and Kenneth Oum from Smug Bee Games join Jason this week. The conversation jumps from THQ to how Super Monday Night Combat kind of sucks … Continue reading
This week Jason is joined by Josh Bycer and Rob Harvey as they discuss Call of Duty, the Wii U, and Cook, Server, Delicious!
I usually handle the editorial content around my house, but in some cases, I have to call in an expert like Murray. Although he’s orange and adorable, he’s also a professional mouse killer. This is his review of Game for … Continue reading
I pre-ordered Battlefield 3. I had to. Being a fan of the series since its inception, I felt the need to own the latest edition in all of its glory. Oddly, I didn’t feel that need for 2142. When my … Continue reading
In light of the announcements that Kelly Wand, Desslock, and Erik Wolpaw will join Tom vs Bruces if the Kickstarter campaign reaches its stretch goal, I’m going to offer advice to those playing against Tom Chick in a strategy game. … Continue reading
Oh E3, you get me every year. Something always happens that makes the experience less enjoyable than it should be. The first year I brought a hundred pounds of equipment and schlepped it over hell and back, just for my … Continue reading
It’s 4:00 AM. I’m not yet asleep because I have a bit of a cold and slept too much during the afternoon. I take a swig of some NyQuil and check out the Rockstar Social Club, my mind turning to … Continue reading
The Binding of Isaac is a disturbing roguelike shooter based loosely on the Bible story for, uh, the binding of Isaac. It’s also one of the most creative and addictive games I’ve played in years. Now it has DLC.
I was pretty ambivalent about jumping into Age of Empires Online. I loved the first two games in the series, and I was on the fence about the third. But I had written off Age of Empires Online. Most of … Continue reading
I really like the Mass Effect 3 multiplayer, but you have to play with four players. Trust me. This is a lesson I learned the hard way. Last Tuesday I stopped by Best Buy to pick up two copies of … Continue reading
On a moonlit night, every thousand days, the restless dead, rise up to play. They did not expect, on this night though, a fierce opponent, of sauce, cheese and dough. Thus begins the journey of pizza. That’s probably the weirdest … Continue reading
When I first discovered Minecraft, it was still pretty early on. Survival mode had been added but there weren’t a ton of monsters in the game yet. It resembled what the game has become, but it wasn’t nearly as advanced. … Continue reading