Author: Douglas Overbeck

Hello! I am an Editor around these parts! I am a graduate of St. Francis and a substitute teacher, but I love to spend time playing games, especially RPG's and tabletop games! Sometimes I even create my own, such as my upcoming "Level Burst" project.My favorite video game franchises are Super Smash Bros, Monster Hunter, and Pokemon. My favorite tabletop games are Pathfinder (or D&D 3.5) and Magic the Gathering.

Our Nation’s Review of Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate

Game: Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate Developer: Capcom Publisher: Capcom Release Date: February 13th, 2015 Platform: Nintendo 3DS Monster Hunter is one of my favorite series and I have been a fan since the...

Titanfall 1 Year Anniversary and Free Maps!

To mark their one-year anniversary of their wildly successful title, Titanfall, the people at Respawn are giving fans all of their map packs for free! According to a post on Twitter, “This content is ...

Five Night’s at Freddy’s 3 Greenlit

Since December Scott Cawthon has been teasing the development of his new Five Night’s at Freddy’s game, but has been keeping most of the details secret. Many gamers on the Steam community ...

Our Nation’s Review of Five Nights at Freddy’s

Game: Five Nights at Freddy’s Developer: Scott Cawthon Publisher: Scott Cawthon Release Date: August 18th, 2014 Price: $4.99 Platforms: Android, iOS, PC, Steam, Windows Phone Reviewed Platform: ...

Our Nation’s Review of Pokemon: ORAS

Game: Pokemon: ORAS Developer: Game Freak Release Date: November 21, 2014 Platforms:Nintendo 3DS Reviewed Platform: Nintendo 3DS Now here is a rare treat. I never owned the Ruby, Sapphire or Emerald v...

Retro-Spective: How I Became a Gamer

Some of my earliest memories are of me playing the family NES. We didn’t have any fancy SNES in our house, despite this being the mid 90’s. There, in the musty, oft flooded basement, I spe...

Our Nation’s Review of Super Smash Bros – Wii U

Developer: Sora Ltd., Bandai Namco Producer: Shinya Saito, Masaya Kobayashi Release Date: November 21, 2014 Platforms: Wii U, 3DS Reviewed On: Wii U Cost: $59.99 Welcome back, Nation! This is the long...

First Impressions — Enter the Shadowside: Destiny

As a longtime tabletop gamer, I am always looking out for interesting new ways to approach Role Playing Games. I have played on several systems in my time, including traditional Dungeons and Dragons, ...