Apocalypse World and Hacks


I was recently having a conversation on Twitter dealing with my dislikes of the Apocalypse World system and I was finding it was difficult to convey my frustrations in a 140 character limit, so that means I will now inflict my complaints on all of you! Continue reading


RPG Systems – Gotta Collect ‘Em All!

RPG Systems

I’ve mentioned on the podcast that I’ve been reading through a few RPG systems lately, and I thought now would be a good time to just give a mini review of each. I won’t get into the mechanics of each as that is well beyond my ability to explain and write.

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Resolutions The Gamer Way: Fitness Gaming


A new year always brings resolutions of eating better, or working out, or just losing weight. These resolutions rarely pan out and end up giving gym owners a huge boost in income every year. So I decided to put together a list of some cheaper and more fun alternatives to the gym. Hopefully the fun of the game and the active movement will help us all be happier, healthier gamers. Continue reading


Against The Ninja: Miami Connection

Robert Action

There are some films that are so powerful that they will stand the test of time. They are so amazing that when finished watching you will have no words to describe what you just saw. The movie is so epic that the decade it was made cannot contain it. Miami Connection is one such movie. Continue reading


Explosions, Razor Frisbees, And A Blowup Doll: Hard Ticket To Hawaii

There are some times in a man’s life when he just needs to throw in the towel; to admit that if he continues along this path nothing good will come of it. When you are being ground down screaming for help in the hope of any form of a lifeline. I must admit, I almost reached that point and the entirety of the blame resides with Hard Ticket to Hawaii. Continue reading


Was that really a good movie?: Malibu Express

It has come time that I finally start in on part two of reviewing the films contained in Girls Guns & G-Strings. Last time I left you with the amazingly horrible feel good movie of the year Savage Beach, but this time we shall go to an earlier, more wholesome time before Playmates were throwing themselves at director Andy Sidaris. Back when the story and action had more meaning than the breasts and teased out hair. This time we go back to 1985 (to be read in the voice of Casey Kasem) for Malibu Express. Continue reading