Ramblings – The Super Mario Super Medley

Hey everyone, Brandon Myers here with a special, very short edition of Ramblings.  Basically I wanted to use this space to promote a really awesome video I found on YouTube.  It’s a 70-person musical collaboration featuring music from the entire Super Mario series.  It’s titled The Super Mario Super Medley, and it is simply awesome.  I cannot praise this work enough.  It is just the most amazing video game medley I’ve ever heard.  Unfortunately, as I write this, there doesn’t seem to be a way to buy and/or download the medley, which is disappointing.

But enough of my talk, let’s see the video.

Ramblings – Nintendo Switch games and even more Overwatch

Howdy all!  Brandon Myers here, back with another Ramblings.  Now, back in my 2017 Year In Review, I said I’d do a review of Splatoon 2.  Well, instead of giving it a solo review, I’ll be talking about it alongside a few other Nintendo Switch games I own or have rented.  And in the end, I’m going to be discussing Overwatch, yet again.  Hey, as long as Blizzard keeps updating the game, I’ll keep playing, and I’ll keep writing about it.

Before we get to the meat of the column, please consider supporting me on Ko-Fi.  Thanks. More

Ramblings – 2017 In Review

Hey guys, I’m back!  In text form!  Yeah, the YouTube thing kind of turned into a bust.  In all, things sort of went downhill in my real world starting in August, which was even before I tried the YouTube thing, but I won’t get into any of that.  2017 was one crazy year, and I thought I would go over some of it.  Think of this as a year in review, thus the title of this article.

Oh, before I get into the good stuff, I started a Ko-Fi page!  Now, for those unfamiliar with Ko-Fi, it’s a relatively new service where creators or content providers can sign up and receive donations.  All donations go directly through PayPal, meaning Ko-Fi doesn’t take a cut.  All money goes to the creator, minus PayPal’s standard fees.  I thought I’d give it a shot and see if any of you fine people are willing to give me some extra money for my work.

So, if you’re feeling generous, you can click this link and “Buy me a Coffee.”

Okay, enough shilling.  Onto the year in review. More

WWE 2K18 Vs. Fire Pro Wrestling World

The latest Video Game Ramblings YouTube video is here!  I talk about WWE 2K18 and Fire Pro Wrestling World.  As I note in the video description, when I talk about The New Day’s theme music, I mean the part where Big E says “It’s a New Day, yes it is!”  Also, my mentioning “button mashing” was cut off, likely when I used the truncate silence option in Audacity.  Sorry about that.

Anyway, here’s the video.  Enjoy!

Catch me on Twitter at @vgramblings.

Video Game Ramblings Intro

Hey all, Brandon Myers (“The Rambling Gamer”) here.  You know me from my Ramblings column, but now get ready for my YouTube channel!  I’m going to give this a shot to see how I do.  I doubt I’ll be the next Geekdom101, but I hope I can carve my own niche, at the very least.  This is just an intro video for my channel.  My first official video will come in just over a week, if not before then.

If you have any feedback, please leave a comment on the video, or Tweet me at @vgramblings.  Thanks for watching!

Ramblings – Fire Pro Wrestling World

Hi everybody!  Welcome back to Geekdom101.com!  I apologize for not having written anything since E3, but there hasn’t been much to talk about.  But now there is, as Fire Pro Wrestling World was released last Monday, July 10th.  Well, not a full release.  It’s in Early Access, which means it’s still in beta phase.  But Spike Chunsoft are using this to get feedback on features and stuff that fans really want.  So that’s a big plus.  Enough babbling for the intro, let’s get to my full take on Fire Pro Wrestling World. More

E3 2017 Wrap-Up Podcast

Hello everyone, welcome back to Geekdom101.com.  I said I had something different planned this year for the E3 2017 round-up, and here it is.  A podcast hosted by Mr. Eddie, President of Edmerica, and myself, The Rambling Gamer.  We break down E3 2017, which games piqued our interest, what sort of fell flat, and a touch of miscellany.  You can check it out below. More