The Crazy Guaranteed Enter and WIN a PC Game Contest!

So the premise is simple, I have over 130+ Steam Games that I need to part with and what better way than with your help.

So how do you win you ask?

Simple, rate and review our Podcast on iTunes or the Apple Podcasts app and you win! You don’t even need to subscribe but I would appreciate it if you gave us a listen, you might like what you hear.

Click the above links to find our show or CLICK HERE

How do you claim a prize?

Just comment on this post below with the user name you left your review under and which game you want and I’ll email your code. Prizes are first come first served and for reviews left on May 6th or later, sorry if you’ve already reviewed the show. If you see a comment with a game taken already choose something else. Be patient as reviews take awhile to show up and for me to verify. No worries though if you leave a genuine rating and review I’ll get you a code.

Prizes are Steam Codes Only, North America Only and No substitutions!
That’s it, here’s the list of prizes so hurry up and leave a review to guarantee the game you want is yours! I’ll update the list as prizes are claimed. Thanks and I appreciate you checking out the show.

Congrats to our first winner JR Jacob

Prize List:

  1. Crazy Machines 3
  2. Jalopy
  3. Kerbal Space Program
  4. Moon Hunters
  6. AER Memories of Old
  7. Deus Ex: Mankind Divided
  8. Lara Croft GO
  9. Laser League
  10. Outlast 2
  11. Subterrain
  12. Aviary Attorney
  13. Holy Potatoes! We’re in Space?!
  14. Last Day of June
  15. Lost Castle
  16. Overgrowth
  17. Splasher
  18. Black the Fall
  19. Life is Strange Complete Season (Episodes 1-5)
  20. The Norwood Suite
  21. Snake Pass
  22. Tacoma
  23. Cursed Castilla (Maldita Castilla EX)
  24. HIVESWAP: Act 1
  25. The Long Dark
  26. Mr. Shifty
  27. Sleeping Dogs: Definitive Edition
  28. Tomb Raider
  29. Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War III
  30. Nex Machina
  31. Passpartout: The Starving Artist
  32. Rivals of Aether
  33. STRAFE: Millennium Edition
  34. Dead Rising 2
  35. Emily is Away Too
  36. Resident Evil 5 Gold Edition
  37. Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun
  38. Silence
  39. World to the West
  40. Furi
  41. Getting Over It with Bennett Foddy
  42. Orwell: Keeping an Eye On You
  43. Rise of the Tomb Raider
  44. Scanner Sombre
  45. Seasons After Fall
  46. The Shrouded Isle
  47. Wargame: Red Dragon
  48. Banner Saga 2
  49. Eterium
  50. HackyZack
  51. Killing Floor 2
  52. Momodora: Reverie Under the Moonlight
  53. Stories Untold
  54. Worms W.M.D
  55. NBA 2K17
  56. Nongünz
  57. Offworld Trading Company
  59. War for the Overworld
  60. Wuppo
  61. Armello
  62. Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin
  63. Galactic Civilizations® III
  64. Kero Blaster
  65. Sherlock Holmes: The Devil’s Daughter
  66. SimplePlanes
  67. Ashes of the Singularity: Escalation
  68. Brigador: Up-Armored Edition
  69. Maize
  70. Plague Inc: Evolved
  71. Shoppe Keep
  72. Stellaris
  74. Tiny Echo
  75. DiRT Rally
  76. GoNNER – Press Jump To Die Edition
  77. Inside
  78. Metrico+
  79. Super Rude Bear Resurrection
  80. This is the Police
  81. The Turing Test
  82. Black Mesa
  83. Event[0]
  84. Kingdom: New Lands Royal Edition
  85. Layers of Fear: Masterpiece Edition
  86. Slime-san
  87. Tumblestone
  88. Flat Heroes
  89. Morphblade
  90. One Piece Pirate Warriors 3
  91. Poly Bridge
  92. RIVE: Wreck, Hack, Die, Retry
  93. Space Run Galaxy
  94. Total War: WARHAMMER
  95. Uurnog Unlimited
  96. ABZU
  97. Okhlos
  98. Project Highrise
  99. Ryse: Son of Rome
  100. Steamworld Heist
  101. Beyond Eyes
  103. Kathy Rain
  104. Pirate Pop Plus
  105. Rebel Galaxy
  106. Styx: Master of Shadows
  107. Epistory – Typing Chronicles
  108. Sheltered
  109. Town of Salem
  110. WWE 2K16
  111. The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing: Final Cut
  112. Planet of the Eyes
  113. Poi (Steam)
  114. Random Access Murder
  115. Starward Rogue
  116. Avernum 2: Crystal Souls
  117. Copoka
  118. Cthulhu Realms – Full Version
  119. Hurtworld
  120. Kentucky Route Zero
  121. The Red Solstice
  122. Satellite Reign
  123. TIS-100
  124. Dungeon of the Endless – Crystal Pack
  125. The Forest
  126. Planetary Annihilation TITANS
  127. Steredenn
  128. Wasted
  129. GRAV (Early Access)
  130. I am Bread
  131. Sentinels of the Multiverse
  132. Switchcars
  133. Running with Rifles

Not that you need it 🙂

Neverwinter Coming to PS4 on July 19th


Neverwinter, the Dungeons and Dragons MMORPG previously out on PC and Xbox One is now coming to PS4. This is currently free to play, and it will continue to be so when it comes to the PS4 as well. They have also announced the Onyx Head Start Pack beginning on July 12, allowing players to get a head start on their friends.

The Onyx Head Start Pack will include the following items and will be available on July 12 for $19.99:

  • Head Start access to Neverwinter a week before the game launches
  • Fragile Onyx Weapon Pack
  • Onyx Keyring with 20 enchanted keys
  • Adventurer’s Helper Pack
  • Graycloak’s Legacy weapon
  • Onyx Horse mount
  • “The Onyx Adorned” title


Neverwinter Playstation 4 will include all the existing content from the base game, including all playable classes along with the currently released 9 expansions. This also includes the games latest expansion: The Maze Engine. Neverwinter will be free-to-play for all on PS4, Playstation Plus is not being required. If you are interested in this exciting game coming to PS4, take a look at the announcement trailer below and get ready to dive in on July 19th.

Story Via Press Release
by Dayne “Anjel” Cody
Twitter @DayneCody

The Oculus Rift’s Recommended PC Specs released

oculus rift

Today in a blog post, Atman Binstock; chief architect and technical director for the Rift, dropped the skinny on what kind of hardware you are going to need in order to get what he called “the full Rift experience”. And fair warning, it is not for the faint of heart, there are going to be a LOT of people looking to upgrade in order to play games properly on the Rift. So without further ado, here are the recommended specs to get “the full Rift experience”

  • NVIDIA GTX 970 / AMD 290 equivalent or greater
  • Intel i5-4590 equivalent or greater
  • 8GB+ RAM
  • Compatible HDMI 1.3 video output (required)
  • 2x USB 3.0 ports (required)
  • Windows 7 SP1 or newer (required)

Like I said, not for the fair not heart as those are some fairly steep requirements, and we imagine that a lot of people will be looking to upgrade some hardware over the next 6-10 months before the Rift is released.

They also went on to say that they are going to be using those specs over the “lifetime of the Rift”, and as time goes on, naturally that hardware or the equivalent will come down in price. They are using this as a standard so that “Developers, in turn, can rely on Rift users having these modern machines, allowing them to optimize their game for a known target, simplifying development.”
He also went on to explain some of the resolution and latency details of the consumer model;

A traditional 1080p game at 60Hz requires 124 million shaded pixels per second. In contrast, the Rift runs at 2160×1200 at 90Hz split over dual displays, consuming 233 million pixels per second. At the default eye-target scale, the Rift’s rendering requirements go much higher: around 400 million shaded pixels per second. This means that by raw rendering costs alone, a VR game will require approximately 3x the GPU power of 1080p rendering.

You can read the whole, very detailed blog post over here.

Still no word on the pricing for the Rift when it is released sometime in Q1 of next year, but it is great to start seeing more details trickle out.

By Dayne “Anjel” Cody
Twitter- @DayneCody

Tony Hawk: Pro Skater 5 Announced

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It has been more then a decade since we have seen a new Pro Skater, but it looks like Activision has decided it is time. They have announced the new Tony Hawk Pro Skater 5 will be coming to Xbox One, PS4, PS3 as well as Xbox 360.

Robomodo, the developer of the previous Tony Hawk: Ride, Shred and Pro Skater HD is at the helm, and they are claiming that they are heading back to the roots of the Tony Hawk Pro Skater series in this, which mean missions, power-ups and all sorts of ridiculousness.

They are hoping to create a seamless online world were you can be online and playing with friends and then be offline and have the transition be invisible to the user. They are also saying that players will be able to create and design their own skate parks and share them online.


Activision has come out and said that the game will be 20$ cheaper on Xbox 360 and PS3, and that some of the “seamless” online play may not make it onto those platforms.

No release date has been announced yet

By Dayne “Anjel” Cody
Twitter- @DayneCody

Facebook Bought Oculus Rift VR!

Oculus Rift VR
Image courtesy of

So in a move that is making the whole Internet go up in flames, Oculus VR announced yesterday that they are being bought by Facebook. In a Deal worth $2 billion, Facebook will be acquiring all of Oculus VR, the deal, while not finalized yet, is expected to be complete in 2Q 2014.

Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg had this to say of the deal “Mobile is the platform of today, and now we’re also getting ready for the platforms of tomorrow, Oculus has the chance to create the most social platform ever, and change the way we work, play and communicate.”

Oculus facebook logo

Oculus also seemed quite happy about the deal saying “We are excited to work with Mark and the Facebook team to deliver the very best virtual reality platform in the world,” Brendan Iribe, co-founder and CEO of Oculus VR says in a PR release. “We believe virtual reality will be heavily defined by social experiences that connect people in magical, new ways. It is a transformative and disruptive technology, that enables the world to experience the impossible, and it’s only just the beginning.

The Deal will be a mix of around $400 Million in cash, and the remainder being Facebook shares once the deal is finalized.

Sooo…. It is looking like VR is ramping up in the coming months and I will be very curious how this changes things going forward, not only for Oculus but for the Sony VR platform as well.

Via Press Release

By Dayne “Anjel” Cody

New Video Showing Off The Xbox One’s Dashboard


In the newest video from Microsoft, we get a step by step walkthrough of the new Xbox One dashboard. It is 12 minutes of Xbox Dashboard goodness, so if you are curious how the Xbox One will work when not playing games and how it will feel to navigate, look no further.

The Xbox One is slated to be released in North America on Nov 22, 2013.

By Dayne “Anjel” Cody

Call of Duty: Ghosts Free Fall Gameplay Trailer


Watch the first gameplay footage from Free Fall, a downloadable bonus multiplayer map for Call of Duty: Ghosts. Pre-order at participating retailers and get the map that drops you into a shattered skyscraper on the brink of collapse.




By Ricardo “Rico” Ferreira

via Official Call of Duty®: Ghosts Free Fall Gameplay Trailer – YouTube.

The Original Zelda: the Windwaker compared side by side with the new Zelda: the Windwaker HD.


So the new VERY pretty version of The Legend of Zelda: The Windwaker HD comes out in the Nintendo e-Shop tomorrow for the Wii U, and is hitting stores on Oct 4. So we thought we would show you this video showcasing just how BIG of an increase this new one is in graphical fidelity over the original. The Video may be in Japanese, but we can look and see just how far from the original this new remake is. I don’t know about you guys, but I know what I will be playing once this is released.

By Dayne “Anjel” Cody

Nintendo Announces the Nintendo 2DS, No This is NOT a Joke.

Nintendo 2DS

This morning Nintendo announced, the Nintendo 2DS Handheld. It will play all of the DS and 3DS games, but only in 2D.

In the US it will be available in red or blue for $129.99 from 12th October, the same day Pokémon X and Pokémon Y comes out.

The Nintendo 2DS plays the entire library of packaged and downloadable games for Nintendo 3DS only in 2D, and features a fixed, slate-type form factor. Optional carry cases will be available in red or blue at launch for $12.99 a pop.

As for hardware features, the 2DS shares the Nintendo 3DS’ dual screens, gameplay controls and touchscreen features, and has backward compatibility with the existing library of over 2000 DS games. There’s also wireless connectivity for online multiplayer, Nintendo Video and access to the eShop.

Take a look at some screens of the 2DS below.


Via Press Release

By Dayne “Anjel” Cody

20 things you didn’t know about the PS4


Today, Playstation Access released this fantastic video showing off the PS4 like you have never seen it before. Check it out below.

By Dayne “Anjel” Cody