PAX East 2018: Day Four In Review

For the first time since it started in 2010, PAX East was 4 days long. Since we left late in the afternoon on Sunday, our Day 4 in Review find us on the road home searching for our beloved Hot Hand Chicken. While keeping an eye...
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PAX East 2018: Day Three In Review

Day 3 of 4 of PAX East and we’re exhausted. We didn’t train for this 4 day extravaganza. But we got through the day and here, once again, are the top games we saw today, including a couple great new tabletop games!
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PAX East 2018: Day Two In Review

It’s the end of Day 2 for PAX East 2018 and we record this episode, for the first time ever, in front of a live studio audience. And we may have been drinking before this episode started…. Either way, we cover the 5...
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PAX East 2018: Day One In Review

It’s PAX East 2018, baby! Day one this year was on Thursday, instead of Friday. That’s right, we’ve got 4 full days of gaming goodness this year. But now it’s late and Day one is over. So Tycko and Sean,...
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Lost Treasures of Gaming

Our New Podcast Spin-off Show Listeners of our weekly show, The OMG! Hour, know that, back in Episode 104, we added a new feature called Lost Treasures.  Long time listener and personal friend of the show, Syd Bolton, brings ...
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The OMG! Hour’s 2014 Game of the Year Awards

2014 was an interesting year for gaming.  It was the first full year we had with the new generation of gaming consoles and some of our most anticipated games were delayed, while others released with less than stellar stability...
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The OMG! Hour’s 2013 Game of the Year Awards

Over the past few weeks, we have taken The OMG! Hour podcast through a Countdown to the Game of the Year with 10 different categories.  We discuss at length our personal nominations and then decide which games deserve the wi...
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First Video Game Console Ever Made Comes to Canada for the First Time

August 27, 2013, Brantford, ON. It is generally accepted that Ralph H. Baer is the “Father of Video Games” and that his hand-built prototype from 1967 paved the way for the modern video game. Dubbed “The Brown...
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Dishonored: The Brigmore Witches Available Now

ethesda Softworks announced today that Dishonored: The Brigmore Witches, the final add-on pack for Arkane Studios’ critically-acclaimed first-person action game, is now available worldwide via Xbox LIVE (800 Microsoft Points)...
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