Editor-in Chief at Broken Fuse VG Blog. Former chef turned Civil Engineer/Thermal Imaging tech. Can be found outdoors canoeing/biking, doing photography or playing video games in his free time. Follow him on twitter at twitter.com/verius
Sep 03 2022
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Aug 28 2022
This time we talk about new phones and what Marvel things we’re looking forward to
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Jun 03 2022
I recently bought a Newmen GM610 Wireless Bluetooth keyboard for $55 as I need to switch between several computers at work and real estate on my desk is limited.Continue reading
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May 27 2022
Diablo Immortal is available to be pre-loaded on your PC as of now and will be available to play on June 2. Diablo Immortal is set between Diablo 2: Lord of Destruction and Diablo 3.
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May 25 2022
The world of Pokemon Go is getting a companion app called Campfire to make organizing meetups, message other players and to see important features like gyms and active raids. The app is scheduled to launch this summer and will also connect with other Niantic games like Ingress.Continue reading
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Jan 02 2022
Hey it’s been a while since we’ve done a podcast and we’re doing a Game of the year episode. Harley, James and I discuss which games we’ve enjoyed over the past calendar year.
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Dec 09 2021
The lead architect of the NES and SNES, Masayuki Uemura has passed away at the age of 78 on December 6, 2021. He had a major hand in creating the NES and SNES as the lead engineer and had a hand in producing games like Ice Climber and Clu Clu Land.
He had retired from Nintendo in 2004 and transitioned into a professor at Ritsumeikan University in Kyoto, which broke the news earlier today.
It’s a sad day to see an icon of the gaming world pass away.
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