When I first bought my Xbox two years ago, I figured that I wouldn't be using the online component much, and just buying big name titles and staying on top of the current generation of games.

If I know anything about lovers of Metal-related irony, it's that they absolutely never get sick of it.

When I was in fourth grade, my parents had a treehouse built for me for my birthday. When it was finally finished, I didn't pretend it was a pirate ship or a secret clubhouse.

After a run-through of "Wolfenstein 3D" on my Xbox 360 the other day, I had a discussion with a friend about how games that involve killing Nazi's will never get old.

Now that April Fools day has blown over, it's confirmed that the makers of the cutesy XBLA monster mash "The Maw" are in fact developing "'Splosion Man," a game straight out of Michael Bay's wildest dreams.

I rarely post about stuff like this unless I can find an accompanying video or even an image, but I couldn't wait.

The Behemoth is an indie gaming studio that's very close to my heart. I recently beat "Castle Crashers" for the 3rd time this past weekend (gotta unlock the characters!) and I've been awaiting their announcement about their as yet untitled 3rd game with baited breath.