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Felicia Day Announces International Tabletop Day

Written by (@itloo) on March 1, 2013 in News

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If you’re the type that wishes there were more holidays that gave you an excuse to game, you’re in luck! Felicia Day, who you may know from The Guild, Tabletop, or Doctor Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog, recently announced “International TableTop Day.” This day is devoted to getting together with your friends, enemies, or random strangers to play tabletop games of… Read More »

[email protected]: Do The Money Grab

Written by (@itloo) on February 26, 2013 in [email protected], Podcasts

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The nerds are back and we promise we aren’t talking about The Walking Dead this week! Listen in as we discuss DLC money grab schemes, pick the worst “desert island” games, and wonder if Michi has fallen asleep again. SPOILER ALERT: She has! Plus, Zach gives us all tips on how to survive Dead Space! All this and more… Read More »


Character Select: Don’t Force “Old School”

Written by (@etdragon) on February 18, 2013 in Opinion

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If you’ve stuck around this long you know a few important things about me: first, I play video games and second, I am a mother and a wife. Both of those things are important to this discussion so if you’re just joining me now you are officially all caught up. As of this writing my… Read More »


Why Is There Too Much Homogeneity in Gaming?

Written by (@phneri) on January 31, 2013 in Opinion

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Military-themed first person shooters that take place in the near future and involve left trigger and right trigger mechanics to aim and shoot, right? Remember how we’ve had like a thousand of those things this console generation? Hey, remember that decade when everything was a JRPG? No? Allow me to illuminate you, fictional conversation partner!… Read More »

Fasting from New Games

Written by (@) on June 8, 2012 in Opinion

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New Game Fast - Half Way There This year, I decided to take on an interesting resolution.  “I will not buy any games.”  That’s right, no new games, no used games, no downloadable games.  Overall, I have done fairly well.  I have broken that fast a couple times, by using a PSN certificate and spending… Read More »

E3 2011 Skylanders: Spyro’s Adventure Interview

E3 2011 Skylanders: Spyro’s Adventure Interview

Written by (@leftybrown) on June 15, 2011 in Features

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From the show floor of E3 Expo 2011, The Married Gamers talk with Associate Producer Michael Graham about the forthcoming Activision game, Skylanders: Spyro’s Adventure which will be published Fall 2011.

TMG-204  How Hard is Hard?

TMG-204 How Hard is Hard?

Written by (@leftybrown) on April 17, 2011 in Married Gamers Podcast

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The Married Gamers return although a little ragged. This week they talk about Achievements & Trophies tied to game difficulties. In addition, Chris & Kelly chat about Game Over Month, catch up on their year-long Chris vs. Kelly challenge, and one of them has the One Minute Soapbox. All this plus the Opening Question and… Read More »