Josh Nash

Josh (aka P53ud0Nym, aka jozNaz) got his start in gaming playing his uncle’s NES and his friend’s Sega Genesis. At the age of 14, he got a job, rode his bike to Kmart, and bought a Game Boy Color and Pokémon Blue. Josh enjoys RPGs, shooters, racing, and adventure games as well as teaching his two kids the ways of the Force.

The Science of the Almighty – How Destiny 2’s Super Weapon Works

Most gamers I know were simply astonished at the beauty and awesome visuals when playing through the climactic Almighty level near the end of Destiny 2. However, on my first time through it, my inner Sith Lord revealed itself. While my fireteam was focused on defeating the Almighty and stopping the Red Legion, I was focused on something else: How does it work?

Rick and Morty Coming to the Rocket League Dimension

Rick and Morty are coming to a Rocket League near you! Toppers, wheels, and rocket trails, broh! Read on for those sweet details!

Why the Xbox One X Will Fail – Prestige at a Premium

The Xbox One X is being billed as the most powerful console ever made. But that's not going to be enough to save it from failure.

Raids Bring the Spark Back to Pokémon Go

For many trainers, Pokémon Go has lost that special spark. But the new raids bring the excitement back to the game.

Ingress – Augmented Reality Done Right

Have you ever taken a look at Pokémon Go and thought that while the concept seems interesting, the game isn’t quite your cup of tea? Allow me to introduce you to PoGo’s bigger, badder, nerdier brother: Ingress.

PlayStation Vue – The Cable Killer You’ve Been Looking For

Are you a cord cutter who’s been relying on Netflix and Hulu for your shows? Maybe you’re like me and you even supplement those offerings with an package to satisfy your live baseball cravings? If any of that sounds familiar, or maybe you’re just thinking about cutting the cord for the first time, PlayStation Vue is the best option on the market for leaving your cable TV behind and ke...

Hands-On With the Disc Jam Open Beta

At first glance, it’s easy to draw comparisons between the Disc Jam beta and Rocket League, but for me Disc Jam distinguishes itself as an excellent couch co-op arcade experience

PAX South 2017 – Virtual Reality Is The Future

It’s been over a week since I arrived home after a long PAX weekend, and I’ve had plenty of time to reflect on what I’ve seen and experienced. One thing stands out: virtual reality is the future of gaming.

Wicked Apples – The Russian Roulette of Card Games

One theme at PAX this year kept drawing me in: evil. Wicked Apples lets you go all in with your nefarious intent.

Word Domination – Criminal Capers for Strategic Spellers

Word Domination is quite possibly the most clever game I played at PAX this year. Find out why.

Dark, Devious, and Deadly – Hands-On with The Shrouded Isle

There’s no way to dance around the subject: The Shrouded Isle is a deliciously dark, twisted, and fascinating take on strategy simulation games. The developer bills this game as a “cult village management simulator” and I absolutely love it.

Why I’m Looking Forward to PAX South

Once more, PAX South is upon us – and it’s absolutely my favorite time of year. PAX is a gaming convention put on with fans in mind, and gamers come from all over to celebrate our craft together. You want to borrow a tabletop game to play with your friends? Done. Magic the Gathering? Got it. Bring your own PC? Sure. And while that’s all well and good, here are my very favorite things about PAX:

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