Review: Space Hulk Ascension

Developer Full Control has returned with a vengeance. When Space Hulk released on August 15, 2013, there was much confusion as to what the game was suppose to be. A lot of people just didn’t understand it. The original game was a board game adaptation that was brought to PC and iPad, complete with multiplayer. However, a […]

Review: Grey Goo

One of the games that was at PAX South 2015 that I was really excited to know more about was Grey Goo. Unlike with other RTS games where strategy is a one size fits all, Grey Goo gives you the freedom to play the game the way you want to play it. You have to spend time with […]

PAX South Sneak Peek: Dungeon Hunter 5

Some of the best experiences at PAX South were the ones I was not expecting. Such was the case with my hands-on demo of Dungeon Hunter 5 by Gameloft. As much as I’d love to dive right into the details of the game and my initial impressions, I think the story leading up to the demo […]

Warhammer 40K: Regicide – Trailer Revealed!

I’ve been deep within the dark recesses of Hammerfall Publishing from the beginning. I hear things such as, in the future, there is only war. Now, however, I finally see what it looks like up close and personal for a Space Marine to take a chainsword to an Ork! Warhammer 40K: Regicide asks one thing: […]

EDG Podcast Special: Pre-Pax South Megacast

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The night before the start of PAX South, Eric Bouchard, Jay Sims and Chris Maeurer had the privilege to record a podcast with several other communities. In attendance were Larry “Blue” Asberry (@lasberry) from Prove your Point, William McDonald (@GeekWilliam) from Geeks for the Win, Jason (@Faitios) from My Peanut Gallery, Jason’s friend Jeremy, Steve […]

Gaming Laptop Buyer’s Guide – A One Year Retrospective

I officially joined the Everyday Gamers Podcast crew around June/July of 2011. After over a year of constantly hearing how “ridiculously amazing” PC gaming is – the graphics, the sales, the free online, the sales… I decided to join the infamous and intimidating “PC Elite.” I discovered that a gaming laptop was the best fit […]