The name “Elder-Geek” was decided upon for several reasons. “Elder” was to signify that we wanted to focus on the largely-unfocused, over-21 market, and also to explain our perspective. Perhaps more relevant for this article is the word “Geek.” We’re called “Geek” instead of “Gamer” because we didn’t want to limit ourselves to just games. […]
Stealth games were made for me and I was made for them. I hope that doesn’t say much about my personal character, but there something I totally love about outsmarting my enemies, sneaking up on them and dispatching them without being noticed. It fills me with a sense of satisfaction that I don’t get while playing other types of video games. It’s almost adrenaline. So when I hear a stealth game has been released, I try to snatch it up as soon as possible. I give all of them a fair chance—even the abysmal Vampire Rain: Altered Species—hoping that I’ll discover a sleeper-hit.
My wife and I are always looking for the next great video game to play with each other. I can’t stand television too much and she doesn’t care for some of the more “hardcore” games that I play. Some of the big hits have been Rock Band, Rock Band 2, Castle Crashers, Pixel Junk: Eden, […]
By Raymond McCrum Have you ever been excited for a sequel to one of your favourite games only to find out after playing it firsthand you wish it never saw the light of day? Well, that’s the feeling I got after playing Tales of Symphonia: Dawn of the New World, the sequel to the popular […]