Elton Jones

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I'm the type of guy who has way too much ideas and plenty of time to write about them. My main geek obsession is tied to the wonderful world of video games. And my favorite comic book character of all time is the badass named Spawn.

57 Stories by Elton

Godzilla: 9 Games You Need to Play Before You See The Film

Hollywood plans well for the hot and dreary days of the summer. They dish out a healthy offering of blockbuster films filled with superheroes, middle-aged mercenaries, transforming robots and plenty of other onscreen characters that warrant huge ...

Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes – A GEEK Video Game Review

Hideo Kojima is highly regarded as one of gaming’s most prolific and creative developers/producers. His dedication to the Metal Gear Solid series has resulted in a collection of titles that have been universally praised by an ardent ...

The Best Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Video Games

Yes, they’re turtles in a half-shell. And yes, they’re filled with turtle power. They are the ever popular and lovable Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and they have spurned more than their fair share of video games… Lately, it ...

Wolfenstein: The New Order Preview

William Joseph “B.J.” Blazkowicz is a legit FPS legend. His name evokes memories of classic run ‘n gun corridor shooting games such as Wolfenstein 3D and Return to Castle Wolfenstein. The Wolfenstein series and its main war ...

The LEGO Movie Videogame: A GEEK Video Game Review

The LEGO video game formula has yielded excellent results thus far. The instant charm that emanates from Traveller’s Tales’ line of LEGO titles has given us Marvel superhero adventures, magical romps with Harry Potter, and galactic ...

Strider: A GEEK Video Game Review

Ninjas are awesome. That’s a well known fact. Video games are packed to the brim with some of the most badass ninjas known to man. There’s Ryu Hayabusa. Then Guy. And also Joe Musashi. But there’s one ninja who’s ...

Dustforce: A GEEK Video Game Review

The new age of indie gaming standouts has somewhat eclipsed the AAA games that gamers are so familiar with. Small and medium-seized development teams take risks and create the type of games that we never knew we wanted, but are glad to have them ...

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