Serious Gaming

No n00bs Allowed!

This content shows Simple View

WackyTailered: Quelf – A Board Game Review

Have you ever wanted to embarrass yourself in front of your friends and family? Quelf is nothing more than an obey the card game. Whatever the card says to do, you do it. At first I was skeptical because I don’t like being made to feel like an idiot but in the end I had a lot of fun. I almost peed my pants I was laughing so hard.

How to Play:

Choose a color.
Roll the dice.
Move that many spaces.
Select the card from that color.
Do the action or PAY THE PENALTY!
Whoever gets to the end first wins!

Each color is different category:

Red: “Categories” There are two different categories and you have to go around in a circle and name something in that category. If you don’t you suffer the penalty. The categories are sometimes dumb and usually someone gives up before it becomes monotonous.

Green: “Questions” This is basic trivia questions. Sometimes there is a bonus question to move ahead additional spaces. If you get the question wrong you suffer the penalty.

Yellow: “Stunts” This is why I peed my pants. Building a pillow fort and hiding in it until your next turn. Staring into space until it’s your next turn. If you look at anyone you get hit wit the penalty.

Purple: “Perform” This is also hilarious. I didn’t think watching my friend pretend to ride an Ostrich or take off his shirt and belly dance would be this fun. But it was.

Note: Sometimes these cards are classified which means you can’t tell the other players what is going on. This sometimes makes it hilarious and if they follow you or do a certain action can move up spaces

Blue: “Roolz” These rule cards can either effect you or everyone. They can be an action or a verbal rule. For example one action is that you can’t use your hands at all when it’s not your turn. And another one is you have to add -izzle after every word. It-izzle gets-izzle annoying-izzle. We have a house rule that if the rule is of the same type it gets replaced.

Overall: I’d recommend checking it out. It’s family friendly and the game can go on for an hour or more so it’s a perfect addition to family game night.


True Crimes That Were Inspired By Video Games

People often like to make connections between video games and violence. While the majority of people are able to play games without issue, some people are negatively influenced by the games that they play, according to Some people have even gone so far as to commit crimes after playing a game.

These are their stories. Yes that is a Law and Order reference!

The GTA Grandmother Murder

In September of 2013, a woman named Marie Smothers was shot in her own home. The culprit? The woman’s 8-year-old grandson. The child had played Grand Theft Auto 4 frequently, and had become obsessed by the violence displayed in the game.

The Grand Theft Auto series is aimed at players who are 17 or older, and it certainly was not designed with children in mind. This brutal crime is a harsh reminder that parents should pay attention to the age recommendations listed on video game boxes.


The DotA Stabbing

DotA, a massive-multiplayer game, is one of the most popular titles in the entire world. Unfortunately, this game has inspired at least one horrible crime.

In 2014, an 11-year-old boy allegedly hacked the DotA account of an older teenager. The teenager retaliated by murdering him. He was stabbed more than 40 times.

The Slenderman Murder

Many young children are fascinated by the character of Slenderman. Slenderman appears in numerous games, and is the subject of a number of creepy stories.

Two young girls became obsessed with Slenderman and wanted to find a way to join him. They attempted to murder their 12-year-old friend so that they could impress Slenderman. Thankfully, the young girl lived. You can hear her incredible story here:

It’s important to remember that video games have helped a lot of people get through rough times. They can also be an excellent educational tool. With that said, it is important to remember that video games can negatively influence people. Children who play games should be monitored by their parents.

Finding The Best Games For Xbox One

230dc52a-8f0e-40bf-bbd1-c51fdb8371e3If you own an Xbox game console, you should have plenty of excellent games to play and enjoy. The Xbox has a diverse and interesting library. There are major multiplayer titles, like Titanfall, and smaller, weirder titles, such as Dark Dreams Don’t Die.

If you’re looking for the best games on Xbox One, give these titles a try. Every one of them is interesting, and all of them offer plenty of fun.

Ori And The Blind Forest

Have you ever wished that you could play through an animated movie? If you play Ori And The Blind Forest, you can. However, this game definitely isn’t designed for kids. This platformer can be incredibly challenging. You will need skill and focus if you want to get through every level.

Quantum Break

Made by Remedy, the company famous for the Max Payne series, Quantum Break is an Xbox One console exclusive. This title isn’t an ordinary game; it’s a game that combines television and gaming in a new and exciting way.

When you play Quantum Break, you will have the chance to watch episodes of a TV show. Every episode will chance based on your actions in the last gaming section. You can play and enjoy it again and again.

Rise Of The Tomb Raider

If you enjoyed the Tomb Raider reboot, then you are going to love Rise Of The Tomb Raider. This game has more of everything that made the last game great. In fact, some people named it the best game of 2015.

As you can see, there are all sorts of incredible games to play and enjoy on the Xbox One. Whether you’re looking for a simple, relaxing game or a great challenge, you’ll be able to choose from an array of incredible titles. Xbox is where gamers want to be.