Quarantine and Charity — Peter Hollens

This month, with everything going on in the world, the music videos we’re sharing are a little different. While we’ve showcased Peter Hollens’ and his family’s work before on the blog, a couple of his latest acapella compilations are parody snippets of songs with the lyrics twisted to remind people to wash your hands and […]

What Kind of Escapist Are You?

Happy Monday, everyone! Despite how low-key this past Easter weekend has been compared to previous years, it was still a nice couple of days. We mainly relaxed with our immediate family, had some good food courtesy of Mom baking up a storm, and played video games to escape from the outside world. Aside from the […]

Podcasts and Spotify

Happy Monday everyone! It’s been a little while, but I hope everyone is doing well. Summer is just about over and, honestly, I’m excited for cooler weather and being able to get back into a routine with blogging and gaming. So, today, we’re chatting about podcasts because why not. Rachel and I had a pretty […]

Meltan

The world was in a tizzy the past couple of days due to a glitched Pokemon that was found in Pokemon Go. A funky-looking Ditto with a nut on its head had players running around to capture it, only for it to transform back into a regular Ditto. Considering we haven’t played Pokemon Go since […]

Double Jump is on Twitch!

That’s right, Double Jump is officially on Twitch! Yay! We’ve actually streamed for the past couple of weeks now, getting into a small routine while figuring out technical difficulties, but we’re learning and want to share us playing awesome (and sometimes not so awesome) games with you all! You can find us at Twitch.tv/xDoubleJump! Please […]

The Digital Age

Happy July, everyone! Recent news about game stores and physical games have made me come to a realization, one that I’m a bit bemused by… Fairly recently, I read a couple of stories about how GameStop is in buyout talks and physical copies of Fortnite are being sold for hundreds of dollars, and it made […]

L.A. Noire

It’s amazing that the Nintendo Switch came out just this year and already there’s over 500 games in the works right now that can be played on the console either through physical cartridges or digital downloads via the Nintendo eShop. A game that’s gotten quite a few people excited is the anticipated detective game L.A. […]

New Pokemon Forms

The majority of Pokemon change forms as they grow, evolving into usually stronger creatures. It’s one of the main components to the games, enabling players to create all sorts of strategies for their adventure to play out. While evolution usually happens when a Pokemon levels up, there are different criteria for some species, such as […]

Friday Favorites: SNES Classic Wish List

With the news of the SNES Classic coming out in a couple of months, people have been scrutinizing the list of games the console will be loaded with. While I have no complaints about the game list, there are a few that I wish made an appearance on the console. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles IV: […]