The training wheels (webs?) are off! In Spider-Man: Miles Morales, Peter Parker’s understudy gets his chance to protect New York on his own. Is Miles truly ready for this great responsibility?
Spider-Man: Miles Morales and the New Era of Graphics Settings on Consoles
Though customizable graphics settings have been a part of the PC gaming experience forever, they’re finally making their way to the latest generation of consoles. My first foray into the new era came with Spider-Man: Miles Morales.
I Am the Spider-Man Now! – Spider-Man: Miles Morales on PlayStation 5 Live Stream!
When Peter Parker has to take some time off, Miles Morales takes over as New York’s friendly neighborhood Spider-Man! His first tasks in his new role include fixing the NYC subway and saving a cat! Also, in an extended rant, we talk about traveling and assorted Twitch issues!
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Celebrating Halloween with Video Game Cosplay by Copper Key Cosplay
Though today is the big day, my wife Copper Key Cosplay and I have been sharing an assortment of cosplay looks on her Instagram. Here’s a look at a few of the pictures we’ve taken for her Instagram, including an assortment of outfits inspired by video games!
Notes and Observations from the PlayStation 5 Reveal
Who else was surprised that Sony named their new console the PlayStation 5?
Kidding! Though we didn’t need Nostradamus to predict that, Sony did reveal a lot of new info regarding their latest console during their recent event. This assortment of notes is by no means comprehensive or in chronological order, but I thought were worth sharing anyway.
Super Mario, Rosalina, and Miles Morales Swing Into Our First Spray Paint Art Session of 2020
Spread out the drop cloth. Cut the Bristol board. Brush the dust off the cans. It’s spray painting season!
Here’s a recap of everything that went down during Steff and I’s first session of the year.
Gaming Decor Patch Notes: October 2019 Edition
The month of Halloween is here and…I’ve done nothing festive with my backdrop. Missed opportunity? Perhaps. Nevertheless, it’s time to run through a few new editions to the gaming room!
Boss Rush Episode 16
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After an unintended extended hiatus, we’re back! Jett and Jason return from vacations and Mat returns from…adulting. Games discussed include Super Mario Maker 2, Crash Team Racing: Nitro-Fueled, Spider-Man, Dying Light, Moonlighter, Contra Anniversary Collection, Dr. Mario World, and 20XX! And for today’s game show…how good are you with anagrams?
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Gaming Room Decor Patch Notes
As part of my overall streaming redesign, the space that I play in has become an integral part of the viewing experience. Starting out with just a Snorlax beanbag chair on the floor, I’ve since decked out the wall behind me with decor that reflects my interests and life experiences within and outside of gaming. Always get a kick out of eagle-eyed viewers commenting on the wall, whether they have a shared appreciation for a piece or have a question about something on display.
Every few weeks, I swap in a few new pieces here-and-there. Partially because I want to get use out of the many pieces that have sat in storage since we moved into this house, and partially to keep the backdrop fresh for viewers. This time around, the wall has gone through its most dramatic shakeup yet.
10 Years of In Third Person: My Comic Book Phase
I was late to the comic book party. Though characters like Batman, Spider-Man, the X-Men, and the Ninja Turtles have played an integral role in my life throughout my existence, I experienced them primarily through other forms of media, such as TV, film, and video games. For most of my life, this was enough.
Around the time Steff started reading comic books, I joined her as well. Between two omnibuses and a copy of All New X-Men Vol. 1, I began my quest to catch up on decades of stories I missed while keeping up with the current threads. Much of my journey was documented on In Third Person, right down to the moment where I bailed out from the scene.