I am the Founder, Publisher, Editor, Writer, and Animator for GoozerNation. I also wrote, Adobe Edge Animate for Dummies, which is the software I use to create the animations you see on this site. I love it when my worlds collide.
I've been playing quite a bit of Tomb Raider lately and the game has really impressed me. Sure, there are large sections of the game where it practically plays itself and all you have to do is push forward and occassionally push A or X, but the puzzles can be challenging and the graphics are outrageous. For my full review, press Play on the animated cartoon. If you have Tomb Raider and have finished playing it, you can trade it in on Goozex for 2400 points (as of this writing). You can then use those points to get another game.
My kids started playing t-ball this year and the coach had the ingenious idea of telling the kids to imagine their bats were lightsabers. This got the kids engaged in batting practice and they thought it was a lot of fun. That was all the inspiration I needed to create this animation I call "Lightsaber Baseball."
This is what happens when I get bored. Thinking about using something like this to start a new series of cartoons...
GoozerNation got hold of the first screenshots for The Wolf Among Us, from Telltale games, the same folks who made the good version of The Walking Dead game. The Wolf Among Us is set to premiere later this summer on Xbox LIVE, PlayStation Network and on PC and Mac from the Telltale Online Store and other digital distribution outlets. Additional platforms to be announced. For more information on The Wolf Among Us, read the announcement article.
I’ve been a Star Wars fan for the vast majority of my life. I suppose most of you could say that too. After all, you clicked through to read a review of a Star Wars book. Let me say right now that you won’t go wrong with the latest novel in the Star Wars universe, the full title being, “Into the Void: Star Wars (Dawn of the Jedi)” written by Tim Lebbon and published by Random House.
May is here and so are a bunch of new games. Click the images to find out the current pre-order specials and to check out the screenshots.
Yesterday, Goozex introduced the idea of InstaSwap to the Goozex community. I like the idea of the InstaSwap: allowing Goozex traders to make 1:1 trades by offering one game in exchange for another game. I like this idea mainly because I like getting new games, which hasn't happened for a very long time. I haven't received a game through Goozex since June 2012 and that was a Tiger Woods title. I do see the potential for InstaSwap to take over Goozex and eventually replacing both the queue system and the auctions, which I view as a good thing. The remainder of this article explains why I think InstaSwap could help pull Goozex out of it's slump.
If you’re looking for something good to read, then I’ve got something for you, especially if you were a fan of the TV show Lost. My recommended book of the month is 14, written by Peter Clines. 14 takes place, for the most part, in an apartment building in Los Angeles. When I told that to my wife, she was like, “Oh, like Melrose Place.” Well, sure, in that 14 and Melrose Place both centered around people who lived in the same building. But 14 is much more like Lost, in that a group of people, seemingly unconnected, come together and discover they aren’t in Kansas anymore.
Judging by the screenshots, Battlefield 4 is looking like one gorgeous game. A game you might not want to take home to your mother for a long leisurely chat, but a game you wouldn't mind taking home for a wild weekend full of non-committal gun blasting. Go ahead and click away on those screenshots, you know you want to.
I started playing Skyrim. Pretty good game. Really good. Probably one of the best ever. No other game compares. Best game in history. Best game in the universe. best game ever