Long ago during a time of high adventure, I traveled the country side, slinging dice and I brought life to characters that lived on a piece of paper. In this episode i talk about some of those characters and some of the adventures they took part in.
Join me tonight (5/31/2019) at 10pm Eastern for my first Live Streaming event over at YouTube.
Since this is the first time I’ve done this I expect a few technical hiccups but hopefully we can all have a great discussion about the greatest decade ever, the 80s. Continue reading “Dork After Dark #1”
In this episode of Good Games for Bad Gamers, I play the classic Nintendo game Punch Out!! Unfortunately this version of the game is missing Iron Mike, but that doesn’t matter because I don’t come anywhere near the final bout of the game. Continue reading “I Suck At Punch Out (NES, 1987)”
In this episode of Good Games For Bad Gamers I play the arcade classic, Donkey Kong. Donkey Kong has a storied history for pro-gamers of the era all the way up to today. I am no where near a pro-gamer, in fact I’m the exact opposite. Continue reading “I Suck At Donkey Kong (NES, 1986)”
I get nostalgic about some of my earliest memories of the video stores around my town in the early 1980s. Video Rental Shops were such a big part of growing up in the 80s and the beginning stages of my adult life in the 90s. It’s understandable why they went extinct, but it’s still a shame.
In this episode of “Good Games For Bad Gamers” I play the great NES game Ninja Gaiden.
Good Games For Bad Gamers is a show where i explore the fact that I was horrible at video games as a kid and I’m still horrible at them today.
In this episode i take a look at the weird, rare, and awesome Dungeons and Dragons products that came out during the 1980s.