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Talking Infinity with Disney Interactive

It’s cliche, but “To Infinity and Beyond” is how I view the quality of Disney Infinity - the open-world, action / adventure game from Disney Interactive.  Whether or not you are playing the game with a Buzz Lightyear or Sully the Monster F...


Watch_Dogs coming May 27, 2014

So you may have heard that Ubisoft's Watch_Dogs has finally got a release date of May 27, 2014.  But the last I checked, it's been a while since we last heard anything about the game. I don't know about you, but I think I need a refreshe...


Boson X: Running (thru) Experiments

Tuesdays and Thursdays are the days when I check to see what's new in regards to game and movie releases.  This week I was excited to see the release of Assassin's Creed: Pirates for iOS and Android, but there was something else that caug...


Teaser Trailer: Tom Clancy's The Division

With VGX just around the corner, Massive Entertainment has released a new teaser trailer for Tom Clancy's The Division.  For your viewing pleasure, here's the trailer: Although it's brief (hence "teaser"), it does show a stunning, photo-...


AC4: Black Flag Companion App

It's Monday, Cyber Monday to be exact, and my focus is not on the deals that are available.  Why am I not buying up all of the tech and games that are discounted on every other website?  It's because I'm playing Assassin's Creed 4: Black Fl...


Icycle: On Thin Ice (Review)

I'm a fan of gaming.  If you're reading this, there's a strong possibility that you are a fan as well.  As fans, we keep our eyes and ears open for games that are coming out in the days, weeks and months ahead.  Sometimes they are delayed, ...


About BPWeaverone of us since 1:09 PM on 11.26.2013

Brooks is a writer, gamer and overall creativity enthusiast. He's been gaming since the early 1980s when the Atari was cool and Bruce Springsteen was first called "The Boss".

When the original Nintendo was released, if he wasn't playing it at home he was at friend's house playing two-player games until dinner time - and sometimes even later. Throughout it all, he just loved to play great games.

Over the years he has enjoyed watching the evolution of the gaming industry. The NES, Super Nintendo, PlayStation, Xbox, Steam - the games have gotten bigger and more diverse, but they've always and will always be fantastic, creative representations of those that develop them.

Lately, Brooks has been writing more and more about the industry. Interviewing developers (indie to triple-A) from all over the world, he has even been featured by Ubisoft and Massive Entertainment for an article or two.

Right now, he's enjoying the games that are concluding the current generation of gaming while the next generation comes into focus.