July 2013

It's that time of year where we look at the first half of the year in gaming, and what better way to do that than to invite a few new friends on this new B3pisode! King Baby Duck welcomes guests Rashed

Last year one of PC's biggest surprises was Dennaton Games' Hotline Miami, a top-down old-school looking game that had the look of an old-school NES game, the sound of a cocaine-covered nightclub, and the vibe and gore of a Nicholas

Before the new B3pisode starts up King Baby Duck shares his thoughts on the controversy regarding the recent Rolling Stone magazine cover, revealing for the first (and possibly only) time how it personally affects him and those in his family.

Japanese monsters are making a huge comeback this year, thanks to the likes of the 20th Anniversary of Mighty Morphin Power Rangers and Guillermo del Toro's recent hit Pacific Rim. But when it comes to really bringing back the old-school

One look at Bugs Vs Tanks, and you are forgiven if you bat it away like it was shovelware. However once you find out that the mind behind this title is Keiji Inafune (Mega Man, Dead Rising), then your interest

Back in 2009 I was the cameraman and editor of Salem Access Television's Coffee House Central, a variety show that showcased the talents of many students from Salem State College (back before it became a university). In a couple of

King Baby Duck and Blueonic somewhat-celebrate the four years they've been doing Boston Bastard Brigade by looking back at how the gaming landscape has changed, only to realize they're both too broke to fully appreciate it all. KBD then gives

So the time has finally come to play the very thing I've been waiting for since I got hooked on the first one. Oh, GRID 2, how you fill that empty void and fuel my adrenaline junkie side.

As the end credits rolled during The Last of Us, I was left bewildered by the events that transpired throughout the game. The gun battles, those tough choices, the bonding between Joel and Ellie, and the heart-stopping moments where one

It's getting to the point where I really don't need to say much to convince people to buy a new album from Japanese punk rockers TsuShiMaMiRe. Their track record truly speaks for themselves, as they've released nothing but great, rocking