Adam Ratliff

Adam Ratliff is married to an awesome woman and is the father of one amazing little girl. After the birth of his daughter, he fell out of gaming for a while, but now he's back and fully entrenched in the gaming community. Adam's gaming history started back in the day on Atari then progressed through the gamut of NES, Sega Genesis, and PS1-3 before finding a home with Xbox One. He loves spending time with family and friends, Star Wars, and puns! Follow him on Twitter at @adam_ratliff or in the gaming community everywhere else as CarpeAdam79.

Triangles and Tribulations: Little Triangle Review

Little Triangle is a challenging new platformer with a uniqe art style. It comes to Xbox through the ID@Xbox Program from Shanghai’s new indie studio CottonGame and publisher Dreamoji and is an Xbox Play Anywhere title. When you start the game, you will have the option of Casual or Hardcore difficulty. Casual gives you three hit points before you die and Hardcore amps up the difficulty for o...

Xbox One Games Releasing the Week of July 31, 2017

In the gaming world, summer is usually a great time to work on those backlogs of old games you haven’t had a chance to finish, but not this summer! Thanks to Xbox’s Summer Spotlight, a plethora of new Xbox One games continue to release. This week, Xbox One owners have 9 new games to choose from. Offering a vast array of different game types, there’s bound to be something for ever...

Xbox One Games Releasing the Week of July 24, 2017

The dog days of summer are in full effect so what better time to pick up some new games to play while staying out of the heat? This week, Xbox One owners have a huge list of new games to consider. With 12 new games to choose from, offering a vast array of different game types, there's bound to be something for everyone.

Doom Free Play Weekend, Free DLC, Huge Discount Starting July 20th!

Doom, arguably one of the best games of last year, is having a Free Play Weekend on Xbox One begining July 20th!  This is awesome, but that's not all!  Big changes are also coming to Doom with update 6.66 and the game is on sale digitally for $15.00 USD!

Xbox One Game Releases for the Week of July 17th, 2017

We’re right in the middle of summer, and Xbox One owners can beat the heat with a new set of games this week. This selection of games offers a variety of different game play options. Whether you prefer single player story games, coop adventures, shooters, or a new take on tower defense, there’s something for you here.

Conan Plays Cuphead On This Week’s Clueless Gamer

This week in Clueless Gamer, Conan is joined by Kate Upton as they play the much anticipated Xbox One Exclusive Cuphead.

Xbox One Game Releases for the Week of July 10th, 2017

This week's selection of games offers a variety of different game play options.

ID@Xbox New Releases Week of March 13th, 2017

Each week, independent developers release games to the Xbox One through the ID@Xbox program. The program allows developers to self-publish digital games on the Xbox One and Windows 10 with Xbox Live. It’s an awesome program that has brought some really fun and innovative games to Xbox.

The Division Special Report March 8th, 2017

Today marks a full year since Tom Clancy's The Division launched! There have been many ups and downs with this game, but it's success cannot be denied by the shear number of people that have purchased and played the game over the last year. Many have wondered what lies in the future of The Division. Now that the full contents of the season pass have been released and Massive has begun work on an...

ID@Xbox New Releases – Week of March 6th, 2017

Each week independent developers release games to the Xbox One through the ID@Xbox program. The program allows developers to self-publish digital games on the Xbox One and Windows 10 with Xbox Live. It's an awesome program that has brought some really fun and innovative games to Xbox.

Xbox Game Pass Subscription Service Announced

This morning, Phil Spencer Head of Xbox, announced a new video game service coming to Xbox later this spring. This new service, similar to EA Access, but with more than twice the games spanning multiple publishers will cost $9.99 per month.

The Division State of the Game 23.02.2017 Recap

This week’s State of the Game wasn’t very long or packed with tons of information about the new patch, but what it lacked in quantity it made up for in quality.

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